Saltair Launches Refillable Natural Deodorants

Iskra Lawrence’s physique and private care model, Saltair, has launched pure deodorants utilizing a next-generation formulation of activated acidification to maintain odor at bay for over 24 hours. 


Formulated with BHA, zinc ricinoleate, nourishing oils and algae to assist neutralize odor, this formulation retains you feeling contemporary for long-lasting efficiency and expands on Saltair’s current vary of serum physique washes and nourishing physique lotions.


The new deodorants might be out there in seven fragrances (together with fragrance-free), matching many of the current serum physique washes and introducing seascape, and packaged in refillable pods, created from recycled plastic.


“I knew after I began Saltair I wished to create a deodorant that not solely managed odor all day, but additionally had added skincare substances to assist sooth irritation, soften pores and skin and even assist brighten underarms,” stated Lawrence, Saltair’s founder. “After months of testing, we knew we had one thing particular and wished the clinicals to again it up. Using one of many prime world scientific testing amenities, with over 20 years of deodorant trial expertise, we’re proud to say our formulation has been clinically confirmed to regulate odor for over 24 hours, visibly brighten underneath arm pores and skin, enhance smoothness after one week and hold underarms feeling contemporary all day.”



The Natural Deodorants are retailed at $10 with refillable pods at $8. Fragrances embrace Santal Bloom, Island Orchid, Lush Greens, Seascape, Lagoona, Black Tide and fragrance-free. 


Salicylic acid acidifies the pores and skin for optimum odor management whereas exfoliating and smoothing; zinc ricinoleate neutralizes odor by absorbing odor molecules; tamanu oil and brown algae balances pores and skin moisture barrier and improves pores and skin situation; and saccharomyces ferment and amino acid spinoff retains pores and skin feeling contemporary.

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