Tori Loves Farmpit

Tori's Farmpit Switch

  • By - Hal Huffman
  • 22 December, 2018

Compared to other all-natural, organic deodorants, I’m not just saying Farmpit is better… it is better.  Here’s why:  it rolls on smoother, lasts longer, and smells super fresh.

I made the switch to organic deodorant earlier this year.  My hairdresser suggested I try the brand she uses, so I bought a stick and tried it out.  She warned me about the detox my body would go through, all those nasty chemicals leaving my system.  I’m not gonna lie, it was gross. It took a few weeks to get used to, but once the chemicals were gone, I was home free.  So I tried the brand for a while, but I wasn’t totally impressed. The sticks felt clunky, they didn’t glide on well. The worst part was that I still had to apply more than once a day.  It felt like the company almost knew how they wanted to make their sticks, but hadn’t really quite figured them out yet.

And then I got a stick of Farmpit in the mail.  My husband got one too, and we decided to try them together.  This was his first time detoxing from the chemicals in a regular name-brand deodorant.  He had never tried an all-natural, organic deodorant before, so he wasn’t able to compare Farmpit to other brands.  But I know the difference, and I can say that it is fairly remarkable. It is easy to tell when a product is high quality.  Now that my body is free from all the crap that comes in the regular sticks, I put on Farmpit just once a day, and it lasts until I’m done with work.  That’s a product that I can count on.


Aluminium Free

You wouldn’t wear aluminum socks, would you? So why put it in your armpits? Plus, that stuff might 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