Our family is slowly yet consistently making changes to use products free of harmful chemicals. I feel that small changes are the best way to make the changes stick. If we were to all of a sudden change all of our products at once, there would an uprising around here. It would also be very difficult to research each item to make good decisions. We are able to choose just one area we would like to change, do the research, and make the change. We can then see if the change will realistically fit in our lives and our budget.
Michael has agreed to "try" what he calls "imaginary deodorant".
Just a tip ladies, if you convince your husband to make the switch. Don't turn around and make fun of him for the pink packaging on the unisex deodorant.
Second tip. Don't let your husband trick you into thinking that the picture on the packaging is the only way to apply said deodorant. He can apply it himself, and 99.9% of the population would not look like that while applying. Michael and I were going to take a picture of ourselves recreating this picture, but we figured nobody would ever come back to this blog if we did. You're welcome.
Seriously, who had this great marketing idea?
For a homemade deodorant recipe, click here.