No. 40 Myrtle Organic Body Deodorant
$19.00

Herbsardinia

No. 40 Myrtle Organic Body Deodorant

SKU: 35106

Add to Wishlist

Details

This Certified Organic deodorant contains only natural ingredients with a totally innovative formula that links together the outstanding properties of Myrtle, the most typical bush of Sardinia, with its wonderful and unmistakable scent.

More

For external use only.

Organic product subject to natural changes in density and colour.

Directions

Gently apply on the skin with roll-on delicate circles.

Ingredients + Benefits

AQUA, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED OIL*, CHAMOMILLA RECUTITA FLOWER WATER*, TRIETHYL CITRATE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE*, ZINC RICINOLEATE, GLYCERIN, ISOAMYL COCOATE, POTASSIUM PALMITOYL HYDROLIZED WHEAT PROTEIN, MEL*, XANTHAN GUM, CANANGA ODORATA FLOWER OIL, OCIMUM BASILICUM HERB OIL, SODIUM BENZOATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, MYRTUS COMMUNIS OIL, JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS SEED OIL, LACTIC ACID
. *INGREDIENTI BIOLOGICI
– *ORGANIC INGREDIENTS

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

From the heart of Sardinia, organic cosmetics for your well-being.

The magic mix between healthy sea waters, the prevalence of the strong Mistral wind, the total absence of water and air pollution and the widest botanic bio-diversity in the whole Mediterranean area allowed HerbSardinia to be the the first company in Sardinia to produce high quality Organic Certified Cosmetics (CCPB) made only with organic essential oils and ingredients native to Sardinia’s most aromatic floral and herb varieties.

HerbSardinia’s organic cosmetics are ideal for sensitive skins as they contain no SLS or SLES, synthetic perfumes, colorants, parabens, preservatives or any chemical component.

All packaging is eco-friendly, made from specific materials that are both recycled and suitable for recycling. 
HerbSardinia products are cruelty-free. None of their formulations are tested on animals.

Open modal