Black Chicken Remedies proprietary blend of essential oils has a cooling effect whilst delivering antibacterial, antifungal and antiseptic properties. This helps to keep you feeling fresh and neutralise odour.
Made with natural and organic ingredients
Organic Shea Butter – anti-inflammatory and soothing on the skin.
Organic Coconut oil – antibacterial and neutralises odour.
Organic Camellia Tea oil and Vitamin E – soothes skin irritations.
Sodium Bicarbonate – neutralises odour.
Arrowroot – absorbs moisture.
Kaolin Clay – absorbs moisture and increases blood circulation.
Vegetable Glycerin – absorbs moisture and hydrates skin.
Clove Essential oil – a powerful antiseptic and anti-inflammatory.
Applying our deodorant paste is just like moisturising your armpits. Grab a pea sized amount with your finger and gently rub it into your armpits until it warms and dissolves.
Keep your Axilla in a warm spot like your bedroom or makeup bag to prevent it from firming up during those cooler months.
Vitellaria Paradoxa* (Shea Butter), Cocos Nucifera* (Coconut oil), Camellia Oleifera seed oil* (Camellia Tea oil), Sodium Bicarbonate, Maranta Arundinacea (Arrowroot), Kaolin Clay, Vegetable Glycerin* - not derived from palm oil, Mentha Piperita* (Peppermint essential oil), Melaleuca Cajeputi* (Cajaput essential oil), Citrus Reticulata* (Mandarin essential oil), Eugenia Caryophyllata Thunb (Clove essential oil), Pelargonium Graveolens (Rose Geranium essential oil), Citrus Aurantifolia* (Lime essential oil), Lavandula Angustifolia* (Lavender essential oil) and Cedrus Atlantica* (Cedarwood essential oil), Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E).
*Certified organic ingredients.
Black Chicken Remedies suggest not putting Axilla Deodorant Paste on right after shaving. Because shaving creates hundreds of tiny cuts to your skin your armpits become highly sensitive – especially to Sodium Bicarbonate, which we use to neutralise odour. So if you can, wait a day or shave at night so your little pits have time to heal.
Always read the label & use only as directed.
If symptoms persist, see your health professional.