Product review: Weleda Citrus Deodrant

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Guest blogger:  Rachael Witton is mum to three little people, 9, 6 and 2.  She enjoys all things natural, vegetarian and the simple things in life.  Rachael works helping people navigate their way through debt stress to a better place (  In her spare time, she has  just started into the world of triathlon,  she’s bought a fancy looking bike (with shirt to match!) and is trying to master it alongside her cycling enthusiast partner Cris.

Weleda Citrus Deodorant $23.95

The facts:  Weleda All Natural Deodarant works by neutralising odour causing bacteria that accompany the body’s natural detoxification without preventing perspiration or disrupting the body’s natural functions.  The deodorant has natural essential oils of biodynamic lemon peel and orange infuse the fresh scent of the formulation.  The formulations are free from antiperspirants such as aluminium salts. With the natural formulation you can apply the deodorant as often as needed throughout the day. The product was developed in collaboration with doctors and pharmacists and the origin of most of the plants used are grown biodynamically in Weleda’s own gardens, organically by certified growers.

The review:  I have only great things to say about Weleda Citrus Deodorant.  Having tried just about every “natural” deodorant I could get my hands on over the years – something was always missing. They all had great ingredients, ethical production/testing etc but they just didn’t work! Weleda Citrus Deodorant works and it has a light scent that doesn’t overwhelm the senses.  It stood up to a solid test of weekend camping and the last few weeks of insanely humid weather on the Coast.  I happily ditched three other similar products from my drawers.   

Stockists:  pharmacies and health food stores;

The Weleda deodrant collection

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