Review: Good for You Girls Deodorant

Like many girls, I first started wearing deodorant in middle school. I went through several different drugstore brands, finding each leaving my underarms red and irritated, even the "sensitive skin" versions. I turned to the health food store before I even knew what "organic" meant, just so I could find a gentle deodorant. I haven't gone back to drugstore deodorants since. The selection was much smaller back then, and I wish there had been products like Good for you Girls deodorant when I was a teen.

Pros:
  • Aluminum free
  • Affordable
  • Naturally scented
  • Pleasant citrus fragrance
  • Gentle formula
  • Easy to apply
Cons:
  • Not strong enough for me
Summary:
I love the branding of this line, with clean whites and friendly designs to appeal to young women. I also like the light citrus scent and many organic extracts in the ingredients. It rated about a 3 on EWG's Skin Deep scale, which is pretty gentle. However, I would love to see this deodorant made a little stronger. I sweat more than the average person, and I could definitely tell that this deodorant helped. It just wasn't quite strong enough for me. I think it would be fine for most people, especially young women. This deodorant is a nice option for tweens and teens, especially if you want something that is vegan, gluten-free, and cruelty-free.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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