All About Clean Deodorants from Salt & Stone
Balancing your PH-Levels with Toners
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For the past 6 months I have been doing extensive research on deodorants. I wanted to know what are the ingredients that are harmful for my body and the environment.
This is why we were set to find a clean beauty deodorant for all of my clientele and myself. We were so excited to test out Salt & Stone, a clean beauty brand based in California. Finally we thrilled to have their skincare products and deodorants featured in our online store and boutique.
One of the greatest perks of switching to clean deodorant is that your body will adjust to the volume of sweat it produces once you're no longer blocking your pores with aluminum. If you actually allow your body to eliminate toxins the natural way, you'll end up sweating less than you have in years!
SALT & STONE was founded in 2017 by Nima Jalali. As a former professional snowboarder, Nima traveled the world experiencing a broad range of outdoor environments and conditions. Spending long periods exposed to the elements led to understand their effects on the skin and body, and instilled in the importance of protection. During his career, as he struggled with a series of injuries, Nima discovered that a natural approach in his diet and lifestyle optimized his recovery and performance. His personal demand for products (like chemical-free sunscreens and aluminium-free deodorants) that aligned with his natural lifestyle became a catalyst for the inception of SALT & STONE.
Formulated for all skin types, this clear all-natural deodorants contain hyaluronic acid to moisturize the skin and probiotics to help neutralize odor.
SALT & STONE is a unisex skin and body care brand from Los Angeles, California. We focus on natural, organic, cruelty-free ingredients and research the quality of each ingredient extensively, taking no shortcuts. Our mission is to create safe formulas that are extremely effective without the use of unnecessary or harmful ingredients.