Does Crystal Deodorant Work?

Having hyperhidrosis I’m all for trying new deodorants especially something natural. Crystal deodorant isn’t a brand new to the market. Per their website, on a trip to France in 1984, the founder of CRYSTAL™ was introduced to a mineral salt product used to purify water. He realized these mineral salts work as a natural, powerful, and hypoallergenic deodorant, so he started importing the mineral salts, shaping them by hand, and selling them as Le Crystal Naturel®.

The Sticks are proven to offer odor protection for up to 24 hours and feature essential oils, extracts and other safe ingredients (no aluminum, parabens or artificial fragrances).

This was my first introduction to the deodorant which is described as offering a  safe odor protection (without the use of harsh chemicals) and cares for your skin too by providing deep moisture. Kontrol was sent two products, the Unscented and the Lavender & White Tea. I naturally went for the Lavender & White Tea because it smelled like a nice spring day.

 

Crystal Deodorant Invisible Solid Lavender & White Tea 2.5oz

I reside in Atlanta and with the temperatures warming up, I thought it would be best to put their claims to the test for odor protection for up to 24 hours. Unfortunately the deodorant didn’t work for me. By the end of the day, I smelled like a teenage boy, extremely musty. This could have a lot or a little to do with my hyperhidrosis. I really wanted this product to work for me.

The deodorant did glide on smoothly and left no white marks and there were  no flakes or crumbling that you get with regular solid deodorant. While this product didn’t work for me, it may very well work for you. These deodorants come in two other scents Vanilla Jasmine and Chamomile & Green Tea. If you’re in the market for a natural deodorant give Crystal deodorant a try.

This post was coordinated in exchange for product with CRYSTAL in accordance with FTC Endorsement Guides. All thoughts, opinions and recommendations are my own.

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