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
Honorable mention: Dr. Hauschka Deodorant, $22.95While this one works fairly well, there's one clear downside: the price. It's by far the most expensive deodorant on the list. However, if you have extremely sensitive skin and you don't mind splurging, this deodorant has some qualities I loved. It's extremely gentle with witch hazel and sage, and the fragrance is light and refreshing. It's a roll-on, but it dries quickly.
SEE NEXT PAGE: Honorable mention: Jason Tea Tree Oil Deodorant, $6.95