This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Native. The opinions and text are all mine.
There isn’t a more important men’s grooming essential than deodorant. Often the first product used post-shower each morning, deodorant is the key to staying cool and, more importantly, smelling fresh through whatever the day throws your way. While deodorant is something we all use every day, we tend to have very little knowledge of what exactly it is we’re putting under our arms. Many traditional deodorants and antiperspirants contain potentially harmful ingredients like aluminum, parabens, phthalates, and talc. Thankfully a safer, simpler, more effective alternative has arrived—Native Deodorant.
Native is an aluminum-free, sulfate-free and paraben-free deodorant made from natural ingredients you can actually pronounce—like coconut oil, shea butter and probiotics. Natural deodorants are often stigmatized by strange textures and hippie scents (see: lavender and patchouli) but Native’s men’s deodorant line incorporates refreshing, masculine fragrances like (my favorite) Citrus & Herbal Musk and Eucalyptus & Mint. While Native’s deodorants smell great they also do something most natural deodorants don’t—prevent body odor. And if you’re on-the-go from the office to lunch meetings, the gym, then drinks, you know how important that is. Another thing I love about switching to an aluminum-free deodorant is that it goes on clear and doesn’t stain clothing (a revelation for those of us who enjoy wearing black).
But don’t take my word for it. There’s a reason why the brand boasts over 5,000 5-star reviews on its website. With men becoming increasingly more aware of personal hygiene and the benefits of natural ingredients, the switch to Native really is a no-brainer. Recently expanding from e-commerce, Native is now available in Target and Wal-Mart stores, but they still offer free shipping and free returns on their website if you prefer to shop from home.
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