Green Beaver Natural Antiperspirant Review

Green Beaver Natural Antiperspirant Review

Green Beaver Natural Antiperspirant Review

This post contains affiliate links. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

Over the past few years I’ve been quite candid about the state of my underarm affairs regarding their (sometimes excessive) amounts of sweat and smell. So if you’ve been a long-time reader then you are no stranger to the plethora of deodorants and anti-perspirants I have reviewed including brands like Tom’s of Maine, Clean Kiss Organics and even the Crystal Natural Deodorant, to name a few.

Today however, we are going to talk about a potentially game-changing product to hit the clean beauty market. A natural, aluminum-free anti-perspirant.

Green Beaver Natural, Aluminum-Free Antiperspirant $12.99 from Well.ca

This comes as no surprise, but I have been a huge fan of Green Beaver’s products for a while. Their Castile Soap is my absolute favourite household product; I use that sh*t for everything. I also had a great experience with their toothpaste-though I wish it was packaged more sustainably. Thus, I expect nothing but great things from their release of a highly anticipated natural antiperspirant.

I ordered the Green Beaver natural antiperspirant in “Verve” $12.99 from Well.ca

Verve is described as a blend of Jasmine, Citrus, Geranium and May Chang. It’s a light, floral scent that somehow vaguely reminds me of baby powder. Ironically, I hate the scent of geranium… so I am unsure as to how I decided that this scent would be the one to order.

The Green Beaver antiperspirant is formulated with NaturaDri™️ technology, it is COSMOS certified and of course, aluminum-free. So let’s take a look at the ingredient breakdown to get an idea of what really packs a punch in this product.

Ingredient Safety Key

Safe Ingredient

Ingredient to use with Caution

Unsafe Ingredient

Limited Data

🌱Certified Organic

Ingredients

Corn Starch (wetness absorbing), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (humectant), Cetearyl Alcohol (binding), Coconut Oil (moisturizing), Triethyl Citrate (preservative), Glyceryl Behenate (skin-conditioning), Lauryl Laurate (binding), Zinc Ricinoleate (deodorizing), Carnauba Wax (viscosity), Castor Oil (moisturizing), Mimosa Flower Wax (film-forming), Tapioca (viscosity), Sunflower Seed Oil (skin-conditioning), Jojoba Esters (skin-conditioning), Polyglycerin-3 (humectant), Fragrance

So… does it work?

I was so excited to try the Green Beaver antiperspirant that I purchased this as soon as it was available. I’ve been using it for nearly three months now-to provide you with a very honest and accurate review, but also because I’ve been procrastinating writing this post…

I am most certainly biased, but the scent was not exactly my favourite. Luckily, the Green Beaver antiperspirant is available in five different scents; three “feminine” and two “masculine” fragrances.

The Options

  • Bliss: Coconut and Vanilla (yum!)
  • Verve: Jasmine, Citrus, Geranium and May Chang.
  • Escape: Lemon, Orange, Vanilla and Kumaru
  • Voyage: Eucalyptus, Patchouli and Kumaru
  • Freedom: Clove, Palmarosa, Peppermint, Bergamot and Cilantro

Something that I have become accustomed to after using natural deodorant is a slight tacky or sticky feeling after application. The Green Beaver antiperspirant does not leave my underarms feeling this way-it is exactly like applying an antiperspirant that contains aluminum. With a powdery, dry feeling.

Throughout the day…

The Green Beaver antiperspirant holds its own by keeping excess sweat at bay. About halfway through the day, even though my underarms felt dry, I sometimes smelled a blend of my sweat mixing with the fragrance of the antiperspirant. I’m not exactly sure how this works or whether I am just hyper-aware of my sweat (because I have osmophobia!) Either way, I am quite impressed with the overall effectiveness.

There is one caveat that I dislike about this product-though I am sure that it is of no concern to the average person.

The packaging

I actively search for products that are packaged sustainably or readily recyclable. While the Green Beaver antiperspirant comes in a white plastic which can be recycled, providing it has been thoroughly cleaned and the rest of the recycling at the facility has not been contaminated. I would prefer if it were available in more sustainable packaging like aluminum or glass which can be recycled indefinitely.

That being said though, I do thoroughly enjoy this product. I am very excited that a Canadian company has been able to successfully create an aluminum-free antiperspirant that works! I will most definitely be adding “Bliss” to my next Well.ca order.

What is your favourite antiperspirant scent? 

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