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Sage Deodorant

neutralizing herbal fragrance with pure essential oils

3.4 FL OZ (100ml) | Price: US$14.00

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Sage Deodorant

How to use

Apply Sage Deodorant as often as needed throughout the day.

neutralizing herbal fragrance with pure essential oils

Residual odor from naturally detoxified skin gets neutralized and purified with this earthy, unisex deodorant. It’s a refreshing, non-aerosol spray that helps eliminate the causes of body odor and leaves a tantalizing herbal scent.

The distinct aroma and astringent properties of organic sage and tea tree leaf oil are complimented with delicately blended essential oils. With no risky antiperspirants such as aluminum salts, your body’s natural detoxification process is supported while bacteria that cause unpleasant odors are neutralized. You don’t have to worry about sweating the small stuff when you’re as naturally pure as our natural and organic ingredients.

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Sage (Salvia Officinalis) Leaf Oil

This herbal plant, indigenous to the Mediterranean region, emits a refreshing fragrance and is used externally as a cleansing and purifying agent. The plant is indigenous to the Mediterranean region and has naturalized in all of Europe. It is also cultivated in North America. It is approved by Commission E for loss of appetite. In folk medicine, it is used internally for gastric disorders such as loss of appetite, bloating, flatulence, diarrhea and enteritis (see PDR for Herbal Medicines, 2nd Ed., p. 655).

Alcohol

Alcohol is derived through the fermentation of starch, sugar and other carbohydrates. It can be used to extract and preserve botanicals. * Weleda uses organic grain alcohol cultivated in Italy.

Sage (Salvia Officinalis) Leaf Oil

This herbal plant, indigenous to the Mediterranean region, emits a refreshing fragrance and is used externally as a cleansing and purifying agent. The plant is indigenous to the Mediterranean region and has naturalized in all of Europe. It is also cultivated in North America. It is approved by Commission E for loss of appetite. In folk medicine, it is used internally for gastric disorders such as loss of appetite, bloating, flatulence, diarrhea and enteritis (see PDR for Herbal Medicines, 2nd Ed., p. 655).