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vapour organic beauty AER next-level deodorant

My pits have been plastered in natural deodorant paste for years

I’d be lying if I told you it was “no big deal” to dig my fingers into a jar of deodorant every morning, rubbing a cream into my underarms and then excessively washing my hands afterward.

I figured this was it for the natural deodorant world, as the natural deodorants in stick packaging would just gum up with product and never go on smoothly. I’d still end up blending it in with my fingers, so what was the point?

Before I swore off natural stick deodorants, I got the chance to try Vapour Organic Beauty’s new AER Next-Level Deodorant — and since that first sample stick, I’ve repurchased it four times.

Yeap, this is my absolute favorite natural deodorant.

vapour organic beauty AER next-level deodorant

Vapour Organic Beauty AER Next-Level Deodorant Review

While the stick packaging is convenient, it’s nothing without the formula.

Most natural deodorants in stick packaging have a dense, flaky consistency that results in chunks of deodorant rolled onto the skin and leftover product clogging up the rim of the packaging.

Vapour Organic Beauty AER Next-Level Deodorant boasts a silky, gel-cream formula that effortlessly rolls on without waste and transforms from gel to powder. It keeps me stink-free through stressful days at the office, intense weightlifting workouts and even 60-minute, sweaty cycling classes.

The gel-cream pushes through a set of tiny holes that evenly dispenses the product (as seen in the picture above). You don’t need much, as this product is very concentrated. What I’ve captured in the photo above could easily be used under both arms.

This texture sets AER Next-Level Deodorant apart from other natural deodorants, which can feel hard or paste-y.  I’m no formulator, but my guess is the silica (a mineral) and glyceryl undecylenate (an emollient) help with this texture.

Here’s the full ingredients list:

Organic Maranta Arundinacea (Arrowroot) Root, Organic Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Oil. Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda). Organic Virgin Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Silica, Glyceryl Undecylenate*, Organic Cera Alba (Beeswax), Vapour’s Proprietary Blend of Essential Oils, Tocopherol (Non GMO Vitamin E ‚Äì Soy), Organic Ocimum Sanctum (Tulsi) Leaf Extract, Wildcrafted Commiphora Myrrha (Myrrh) Gum Extract, Organic Oreganum Vulgare (Oregano) Leaf Extract
*Eco–Cert

Vapour Organic Beauty AER Next-Level Deodorant comes in three scents: Lavender Myrrh, Palo Santo Blood Orange and Ginger Grapefruit. I’ve tried all of them, and each works just as well as the next.

(If any of those scents sound super-exotic to you, the scents are essentially lavender or citrus.)

The only negative about Vapour Organic Beauty AER Next-Level Deodorant? It’s stupid-expensive.

At $24 a stick, it’s $10 more than my previous holy grail (jar) natural deodorant. Each stick lasts maybe a month and a half, so that’s eight sticks — or nearly $200 — to cover a year-supply of natural deodorant.

Seeing how I’ve repurchased this four times, I would say it’s worth it for the convenience and performance.

But, it’s definitely an open invitation to other natural deodorant formulators out there: Can you create something just as good (if not better than this) for a little less?

What are your favorite natural deodorants? How much would you pay for an effective natural deodorant in stick packaging? Have you tried Vapour Organic Beauty AER Next-Level Deodorant? Tell me in the comments.

You can find this natural deodorant at Amazon, Credo Beauty, The Detox Market, Follain and Integrity Botanicals.

Want to find more natural deodorants? Check out “The Ultimate Guide to Natural Deodorants


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