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Trends in Deodorant Fragrances
Posted: March 3, 2008
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Going one step further than botanical and herbal ingredients, organic and all-natural formulations are also gaining popularity in new product development. These claims remain relatively niche, however, as consumers warm to the idea of fully trusting naturally-formulated deodorant products. But as consumer interest in natural and organic deodorant grows, so too will the numbers of products making these claims. As with botanical and herbal products, organic and all natural deodorants often link their fragrances to their wholesome contents.
Coslys Déodorant à Bille Recharge (deodorant refill) in France contains five essential oils, including sweet almond oil to protect the skin, and tea tree, sage and eucalyptus oils for their antibacterial properties. Ninety-five percent of its ingredients are of natural origin, and 10% of the ingredients are produced organically.
In the United States, L'Occitane en Provence features a Cooling Deodorant Stick with Organic Verbena Extract. Made from ingredients of natural origin, the deodorant is also alcohol-, paraben- and aluminum salt-free. It has a long-lasting scent of fresh and sparkling citrus.