Today I start flying this plane I was slowly building from scrap pieces here and there. Inspiration from a pal with severe skin problems, a bad diaper rash after a 4 day drive cross country with babies in the summer, just plain ole sick seasons, hormonal skin and body fatigue, and truly all of us needing some extra tender loving care in this time of misleading marketing. I like to know my ingredients. From head to toe the products I personally use have slowly become the products I make. One small step at a time. For small steps precede giant leaps!
Hippie KarMa is a holistic skin care company dedicated to handcrafted goodies with roots as close as possible to nature and it's sources.
Today we will start this journey with our most inspirational and on demand request. Detox Deodorant!
While pursuing a higher purpose in this education and passion for purposed plants and oils and waxes and all things good for you and your body and our shared planet (See! Excited!!) I found the need for an easy daily aid in my strive for better. I mean life is hard enough, why add to the chaos?
After making some creamy do it your own style deodorants for a few years I began incorporating clay into the regimen for it's odor killing properties. I had already used it for skin poultices and a detox; I was well aware of it's massively impressive drying properties! After some feedback and several trial and error batches that got recalculated and retested on the friends and family... I think we finally came full circle to our underarm-a karma!
- $17.25 USD
- This hit natural deodorant uses ingredients sourced as sustainable as possible. It purposefully combines the right amount of raw sources to combat smelly bacteria and aid in daily cleaning of the lymphatic system all while letting your body sweat and detox naturally like it should. Clay and arrowroot not only aid in a bounty of skin healing benefits, it keeps you dry.
- 2 oz jar of Unpolluted Pits has lasted me since July here in San Diego and I will be needing more by next month's end.. so the moral of the story is a little can go a very long way!
- send me a request or feel free to ask us anything on our facebook page: Hippie KarMa: Rooted in Nature