Natural Deodorant: Federal Package Leads the Way in Organic Manufacturing


It’s no secret that natural products of all kinds are currently in the middle of a huge popularity surge. People are looking for alternatives to potentially controversial items that could have an impact on health and wellness. Common everyday household products, like detergent, fabrics, and even cosmetics, are being exchanged for more organic options. Deodorant might not be the first thing you think of when somebody mentions an all-natural product, but all natural deodorant has definitely found its place on the proverbial organic shelf.

How it works: aluminum salts in typical deodorants block your sweat ducts, preventing body odor caused by the bacterial breakdown of perspiration in armpits, feet, and other areas of the body. While there are no definitive, substantiated reports linking aluminum salts and harmful health effects, some consumers would rather not take the risk altogether. Natural deodorants, as an alternative, often use an essential oil or cornstarch base to attain the same effect. Extra ingredients can include things like; coconut oil, tea tree oil, shea butter, baking soda, arrowroot powder, among others. Effectiveness can vary between brands and types, and it is often necessary to test a few before settling on a favorite, but advances in production and natural deodorant formulation have created several high-performance versions.

Federal Package has been a leader in formulating some of the world’s top beauty products. It has also been a huge proponent in the natural and organic beauty field. While the terms “organic” and “vegan” are not defined or enforced by the U.S. Food and Drug Association (FDA), Federal Package holds itself accountable to meet the highest standards. So accountable, in fact, that the company has created its own internal regulations for these products to guarantee compliance and satisfaction. To read all about our protocols and use of high-quality ingredients, check out our vegan, natural and organic guidelines here.