Road Test: 9 Natural Deodorants
Even the most organic-obsessed people generally say "bring on the chemicals" when it comes to deodorant because the natural stuff just doesn't get the job done. Or does it? We did the (sometimes stinky) testing for you and found that these nine natural deodorants really do work
First runner-up: Weleda Citrus Deodorant, $12.99This formula couldn't be more different from the Lavanila, but it works almost as well -- and that's why it's taking home second place. It's a simple spray with only six ingredients (alcohol, water, lemon peel oil, and three other obscure-sounding essential oils), so if you're a spray-on deodorant fan this one's for you. The spray also makes it easy to reapply -- making it my new go-to for afternoons at the beach. One word of warning: Because it contains alcohol, it does sting a little (especially on freshly-shaven skin), but in a cooling sort of way.
SEE NEXT PAGE: Second runner-up: Geodeo Natural Deodorant, $5.99