Clean Routine

Friday, October 26th, 2018

The past few weeks have been NON-STOP. With fashion month, lots of travel, and Mad and I’s anniversary, I’ve been back to back with no breathers in between. In the midst of the crazy schedule, I have a few staples that are always with me and never leave my bag. One of those is my Native deodorant. It’s wholesome, natural,and a daily staple for me.

Clean ingredient deodorant is a big topic in the beauty and skincare industry and very important in my routine. Honestly, before Native, every deodorant  I tried was either too sticky, meh fragrance, or truthfully just didn’t work. But, Native completely changed my mind!


First, it really does smell amazing – my personal favorite scent, coconut vanilla, is tropical, sweet, and sophisticated. More importantly, all of the scents are paraben-free, aluminum-free, cruelty-free, and non-toxic. It may surprise you to read other label ingredients and all the unknowns… With Native, less is more. They are thoughtful with their product, ensuring every ingredient to be natural and safe. (They have it for guys, too!)

At $12 it’s pretty reasonable to ensure you smell great the safe way… Also, check out their seasonal scents. Pumpskin Spice Latte?! Might be Fall go-to.



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28 responses to “Clean Routine

  1. I’ve tried this brand and with continued use it irritated my arm pits. Red rashes. That’s because one main ingredient is baking soda. So I tried the ‘sensitive’ version and that doesn’t seem to irritate as much, but still I once in awhile use my other antiperspirant to give my arm pits a bit of a break.


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