8 Deodorant Brands Clean for You and the Planet

May 14, 2023

1. Cleo+Coco 

Instagram | @cleoandcoconatural
Based in | United States
Shipping | Worldwide
Sustainability Certifications| Leaping Bunny, PETA's Beauty without Bunnies - Cruelty-free

Cleo+Coco uses charcoal, plant-based powders, and clays and is 100% free of aluminum, petroleum, and synthetic fragrances. Their bottles are 100% recyclable, and they also provide zero-waste cleansing bars and deodorant bars.

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2. Corpus

Instagram | @corpusnaturals
Based in | United States
Shipping | Worldwide
Sustainability Certifications | PETA's Beauty without Bunnies

Corpus offers non-toxic, vegan, cruelty-free, and plant-based deodorants made for people who don’t want to sacrifice quality for going natural. Every aspect of the product is considered, from its formula to its packaging to manufacturing, including using renewable energy, being transparent with manufacturers, and working with local communities. 

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3. Wild

Instagram | @wildrefill
Based in | United Kingdom
Shipping | Worldwide

Wild develops reusable deodorant applicators made with aluminum packaging that will last you a lifetime. You can refill your deodorant case again and again with Wild’s bamboo pulp deodorant refills. Stay odor-free for 24 hours with plant-based ingredients free of aluminum salts, parabens, and sulfates, certified vegan and cruelty-free.

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4. Akt

Instagram | @akt_ldn
Based in | United Kingdom
Shipping | Worldwide

AKT introduces deodorants with vegan, cruelty-free, natural ingredients in plastic-free aluminum packaging. Designed with efficacy, strong environmental ethics, and premium fragrances, all formulations are made in the UK.

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5. Fussy

Instagram | @fussy
Based in | United Kingdom
Shipping | Worldwide

Fussy helps you smell and feel good with their natural deodorant free from aluminum and parabens. They provide plastic-free and compostable refills which you can easily purchase through their subscription service. All of their products are carbon neutral which means they offset and reduce carbon emissions throughout the production process.

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6. Megababe

Instagram | @megababe
Based in | United States
Shipping | United States, Australia, Canada
Sustainability Certifications | Leaping Bunny

Megababe creates clean body care products including deodorant with a mission to tackle “taboo” body issues and be more comfortable and confident. They offer vegan and cruelty-free products that help prevent thigh chafe, body sweat, and others made free of talc, aluminum, parabens, phthalates, and sulfates.

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7. Hey Humans

Instagram | @heyhumansofficial
Based in | United States
Shipping | United States

Hey Humans create clean, safe, performance-driven, naturally derived formulas in sustainable packaging to help reduce plastic on the planet. They are plastic-free (excluding cap and tube thread), cruelty-free, and free from parabens, phthalates, and silicones. The formulas feature upcycled ingredients that repurpose plant-based byproducts into gender-neutral scents.

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8. Native

Instagram | @native
Based in | United States
Shipping | United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil

Native uses ingredients you understand like coconut oil, shea butter, and baking soda and never aluminum, phthalates, or talc. They also offer plastic-free deodorant products made from paperboard sourced from responsibly managed forests. 

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Deodorant is our best friend during hot summer days, but not all deodorants are formulated with clean ingredients and may contain potentially harmful ingredients including but not limited to parabens, phthalates, aluminum, and talc. Here are 8 conscious brands that offer safe and clean deodorants in eco-friendly packaging for your improved body care. Learn more about how these brands are sustainable on the ConsiderBeyond app.

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