Our natural deodorant products are crafted with great care, using only environmentally friendly and naturally sourced ingredients. Each item is expertly handmade to ensure the use of only the finest natural and low-toxicity components, thereby minimising exposure to harsh chemicals that could be harmful to your body.
Batches are hand formulated and produced solely by me which means limited quantities are available. This allows high quality control of each batch while allowing me time to create new products to sample and test between each restock.
Packaging and Labels
All products are named and labelled using Walmajarri language. The artwork is hand-painted to represent Aboriginal culture in the beauty and cosmetics industry.
Packaging is eco-conscious, biodegradable, recyclable and reusable to value caring for country.
First Time User?
If you’re a first time user of natural deodorant your body will undergo a detox process. During this process your body odour may increase as your body expels all of the toxins built up from synthetic deodorant (the increased odour is not due to the natural deodorant). This detox phase can last 2-4 weeks depending on the individual. To assist this process the Marta Detox Mask may help speed up the process. You must trust the process as once the detox is complete you will then reap the rewards of natural deodorant and all it’s beautifully scented glory - not to forget the skin health benefits.
How To: Test Patch
To do an allergy patch test, simply apply a small amount of the product to a small area of your face that's easily covered—such as the underside of your jaw, a corner of your forehead, behind your ear or the side of your neck.
There should be no other products on the skin so that you can properly test this product. Wait around 48 hours to see if you have a reaction.
To see if a product makes you breakout, you should apply the product directly on a small part of your face, such as the cheek, chin or anywhere else that’s prone to blemishes.
Apply the product daily (or as recommended) to the same area for a week or so to determine whether your skin will react.
However, keep in mind that breakouts can be an intended reaction for some skin care products, especially acne medications, and anything that contains retinol and strong acids (including lactic, salicylic, and glycolic acids)
How To: Dispose
Remove label from the aluminium tin and put in general waste, rinse and re-use or place in recycling bin.