Friday, 7 August 2015

Skin Likes Deodorant Review

skin likes deodorant review
For me the most important thing about a deodorant is that it has to be as natural as possible. I am not a fan of most deodorants on the market as they are full of ingredients I can't even pronounce never mind know what the actual heck they are. I just like a nice fresh smelling deodorant that is as natural as possible so that's where this deodorant Skin Likes comes in.
Skin Likes Deodorant 70ml
Cruelty Free
Skin Likes is a 100% natural deodorant, yes your see correctly 100% natural! isn't that just fabulous on its own?
This deodorant is a handy size that is easy for travel and roll on ball for simple application. The ingredients are simple so wont irritate the skin. They say doesn't leave marks on clothes and most of all takes away bacterial odour in an instant.
Skin Likes Natural deododrant review
I really like this deodorant as it hasn't got a strong scent but its brilliant at combating under arm odour very quickly and leaving no marks whatsoever. I found the application very easy and it wasn't drying and gave the right amount of deodorant every time. I just love the design of this as its so simple yet effective at showing the important things such as its natural and of course its ingredients.  I use this every time I have a  shower or when Its a very hot day.
The wonderful natural ingredients in this product are: Scottish spring water, bicarbonate of soda (Mum uses it when making cakes), xanthan gum (a natural thickener found in many quality food products) and a special blend of bacteria-busting therapeutic essential oils.
What is your favourite deodorant?
Melissa x
Thanks for reading ♥


  1. Jessica Edmunds8 August 2015 at 16:49

    I really want to give this a go, it scares me what can be in synthetic skincare xx

  2. Besma | Curiously Conscious9 August 2015 at 21:12

    Hi Melissa,

    Love your write up - I recently reviewed another natural deodorant, and said the exact same thing: natural deodorants are 100% the way to go! You can find my full review here if you're interested:

    Besma (Curiously Conscious)