Pit paste Deodorant reviews
Pit paste is deodorant that comes in the form of paste, it’s applied under the underarms like conventional deodorant. Pit paste is a great alternative to conventional deodorant for many reasons. It’s simply to use, made mostly with natural ingredients. And it’s also not flammable so it’s totally safe to have around kids. If you’re looking for one of those things then Pit paste might be for you.
PiperWai, Natural Activated Charcoal Deodorant Jar
Piperwai pit past is a vegan friendly deodorant that is also aluminum free and cruelty free, could you ask for much more! Its ingredients are safe for everyone to use and also perfectly safe while pregnant. It does a good job at neutralising body odor and by being aluminium free means it naturally has a higher PH level, what this does is it creates a hostile environment for bacteria and prevents it from thriving under your underarms. Piperwai has an activated charcoal base, which absorbs moisture and water, keeping your underarms dry all day long. And because it’s a natural deodorant and not an antiperspirant, it doesn’t block the pores in your skin. So after a solid day of work or even on the tools. You will still be smelling fresh. This pit paste is ideal for anyone who wants to use conventional deodorant, however suffers from sensitive skin, suitable for people with eczema. This deodorant cream absorbs into your armpits and hands quickly so it won’t leave you feeling greasy and slimy.
- Vegan friendly.
- Aluminium free
- Glass jar can break
Certain Dri Prescription Strength Clinical Antiperspirant
This deodorant cream is not made with excessive baking soda so it won’t irritate sensitive skin. Unless your skin doesn’t like baking soda all together then this will not be for you. It’s a perfect pit paste that actually works, and will keep you smelling fresh. It’s free from all the nasty ingredients that you dont want on your skin.
- It is Parabens Free
- Aluminum Free
- Phthalates Free
- GMO Free
- Cruelty Free.
- Contains some baking soda
Schmidt's Deodorant Schmidt's Natural Deodorant
This pit cream is known for its award winning formula. It neutralizes odor and keeps you feeling natural all day long. No more headache all day from smelling the chemicals you sprayed under your arms.
- Easily absorbed. Non-greasy, non-sticky feel.
Why I like pit paste
Pit paste is good as it offers a good resolution for individuals looking to use deodorant but are unsure of what the ingredients are and looking to avoid any negative stigma that surrounds the conventional spray on.
It’s also good as Pit paste more often than not is made from natural ingredients and does not include any harmful toxins such as aluminium. Pit paste is also excellent as it can be shared easily and something you can simply carry on you each day. Using pit paste helps significantly with everyday life as it avoids awkward moments.
I have used pit paste for some time now from natural deodorants that I have made, you can check some of them out for yourself. I have found it is far better from conventional deodorant and leaves me always feeling fresh.
One thing I will comment on is that if not applied properly it can leave the inside of your clothes stained. This however is a short term problem with an easy fix. As most pit pasts are made from natural ingredients often these stains are able to wash out without an issue. If you have this problem, first try to rub in your paste better, if that doesn’t work then it looks like the old washing machine will do the trick.
How to apply pit paste
Pit paste does take a little more time to apply that conventional deodorant. This is because you can’t simply spray it under your underarms. To apply obviously first remove the lid and hold the paste in one hand, with the other hand put your pointer finger in the paste and take a clump out about a quarter the size of a teaspoon, then put the pit paste down. Rub your two pointers together and apply under the op[posite armpit. Rub in well and cover the whole area of your armpit. If you need to apply more do so. Other areas pit paste can be applied is on the wrists, a bit like perfume. I started doing this recently and it works well. Similar to how you apply it to your underarms but put that amount on your wrists, from there, rub your wrists together and there you have it