Farmpit Natural Deodorant Featured on BikeRumor.com

  • By - Hal Huffman
  • 14 August, 2019
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Switching From Anitperspirant - An Anecdote by Wes

  • By - Hal Huffman
  • 30 June, 2019

Every now and then we ask some customers for an in depth review.  This one came from a recent cus... Read More

Organic Deodorant Ingredients Explained

  • By - Hal Huffman
  • 06 May, 2019

     Once the decision to produce a truly USDA certified organic stick is made, the list of avail... Read More

Is There a Difference Between All-Natural and Organic Deodorant?

  • By - Hal Huffman
  • 02 April, 2019

We are well aware of the risks of using an antiperspirant deodorant and luckily there are many sa... Read More

What Exactly Is Aluminum Free Deodorant?

  • By - Hal Huffman
  • 21 March, 2019

The quick answer is Farmpit, but let’s start with the type of deodorant that contains aluminum.  ... Read More

Top 5 Ingredients to Look For In Organic Deodorant

  • By - Hal Huffman
  • 14 March, 2019
If you want to ditch the aluminum, parabens, and propylene in your deodorant, the options you have these days can make your head spin. Read More

Aluminium Free

You wouldn’t wear aluminum socks, would you? So why put it in your armpits? Plus, does that stuff cause cancer? JR doesn’t think that’s very cool either way. The only aluminum he likes has domestic beer inside of it.

Paraben Free

Parabens are a group of commonly used preservatives in cosmetic products, including in deodorants. Parabens have been linked to causing infertility in men. JR definitely does not like that one bit. Let’s keep your little guys swimming hard and your pits smelling good.

Polypropylene Free

A flammable gaseous hydrocarbon C3H6 obtained by cracking petroleum hydrocarbons and used chiefly in organic synthesis. Would you put that in your pits?

Baking Soda Free

Baking Soda in deodorant is commonly known to cause rashes, itchy/dry pits, discoloration, and can even cause breakouts. Basically the alkaline properties of baking soda will have a chemical reaction with your naturally acidic skin bits. Over time this damages the skin and leaves you susceptible to sores and infections. Just more stuff that has no business being on your body