Aloe Vera is the well-known super hero of the natural skincare world, incorporated into a vast array of personal care products. Check out our Top 6 Natural Uses for Aloe Vera. Read More
It's quite common to get underarm irritation from your deodorant or antiperspirant, but it’s not necessarily the fragrance your skin may object to. Read More
Excessive sweating is an embarrassing problem that can seriously damage your confidence and self-esteem. We’ve put together just 10 of the best ways to naturally sweat less... Read More
Salt of the Earth Natural Deodorant Spray receives invite to the Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations... Read More
For the 2014 child, puberty is likely to commence between 8 and 15 years of age. The stimulation of sweat glands by puberty hormones (and the resulting body odour) is one of the first signs of maturity, and can invite ridicule from other children at school - particularly following morning sports activities, or on a warm summer's day. Read More
A. Vogel menopause expert and Crystal Spring's guest blogger, Eileen Durward, discusses some of the more personal symptoms of the menopause, and the natural products available to combat these symptoms Read More
We are very please to announce that Salt of the Earth multi-award winning natural deodorants are now being stocked in selected Waitrose stores. Read More
If you’re considering buying a natural deodorant but not quite sure what to look for when making the purchase, we’ve got some simple tips to help you make the right decision.
Please give a big hand to Rock Chick
, the natural deodorant for active divas aged 6 and up. Rock Chick has been produced by popular demand for girls who are starting to notice changes to their bodies but grown ups can use it too if they like, we won't tell.
Alum Read More
is an ingredient that features highly in all of our current range of natural deodorants
has been used for many years, in the Far and Middle East, as a deodorant
, astringent and basic antiperspirant. It is also used on cuts after shaving because of its styptic properties (stops bleeding and closes pores).
People have been concerned with deodorising for many thousands of years. Ancient techniques have included covering up with heavy scents, shaving underarm hair, putting perfumed fat on your head and using natural salts. Read More