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The clean beauty market is forecasted to reach $22 billion by the year 2024, which means many of us will likely swap from conventional to clean beauty products. That goes for deodorants too. Not sure which to start with? We’re sharing our top picks below!

LATHER Lavender & Bergamot Deodorant $14

Switching from tube to tub might seem daunting, but it’s worth it to try this award-winning, synthetic fragrance-free formula. The cream to powder formula, which features arrowroot, baking soda and bamboo powders for absorption, promises an odor-neutral future.

Kaia Naturals The Takesumi Detox $22

Arrowroot powder, salicylic acid, allantoin and aloe juice make this a popular, vegan option. The line also sells charcoal soap to help with the initial detox period, as well as other fragrances to suit your preferences.

Cleo + Coco Charcoal Deodorant $18

Activated charcoal, bentonite clay and natural plant powders make this award-winning, zero-waste beauty brand worth a mention. The popular line also carries body powders, dry shampoo  and sensitive skin-friendly options.

Kopari Beauty CBD Deodorant $18

The coconut beauty line’s deodorant is one of their top-sellers — and this new launch, which is infused with whole-plant hemp and CBD for extra-soothing relief, has clean beauty fans ecstatic. The formula is free of baking soda and made from organic coconuts and their plant-based active ingredient.

Soapwalla Deodorant Cream $16

This popular formula, which relies upon baking soda, kaolin clay and tea tree oil, is something of a cult-favorite within the clean beauty community. After your initial detox, the brand claims that you might find yourself sweating less than before.

Each & Every Worry-Free Deodorant $15

A cruelty-free, vegan line that is made from only five ingredients and scores a one (the safest rating) on EWG’s Skin Deep scale? So much yes. This pick makes your risk of irritation minimal, particularly if you go the fragrance-free route.

Meow Meow Tweet Rose Geranium Baking Soda Free Deodorant Stick $21

Sustainable beauty brands are truly innovative in their waste-free packaging, whether you buy deodorant in a recyclable glass jar or this biodegradable paper tube.

Schmidt’s Activated Charcoal Sensitive Skin Here + Now Deodorant $7.99

An award-winning clean deodorant line just launched this sensitive skin-friendly scent featuring detoxifying activated charcoal. While the brand offers extensive options, this new blend was launched in partnership with Justin Bieber.

Primally Pure Blue Tansy Deodorant $16

Blue tansy is a soothing, anti-inflammatory essential oil found in this arrowroot-, kaolin clay, and non-nano zinc formula. Note: This product contains tallow from grass-fed cows, which means it isn’t vegan.

Agent Nateur Holi(Stick) Sensitive $28

Apply this vegan, sensitive skin-friendly deodorant to your underarms as often as you need. Subtle hints of neroli, patchouli and cedarwood essential oils upgrade the blend of nourishing oils (like avocado, coconut, castor seed and more), botanical powders, and non-nano zinc in this baking soda-free concoction.

Type:A Deodorant The Dreamer $10

A top-performing natural deodorant line now offers two scents — white floral linen and ocean mint — that are available exclusively at the clean retailer, Credo Beauty. As you can see from the retailer’s new “Radical Fragrance Transparency” policy, all aromas come from essential oils without any iffy sources.

Twig + Petal Patchouli Cedarwood Deodorant $16

For a 100% organic deodorant that is handmade in Los Angeles, look no further. Twig + Petal uses natural butters and oils, rosewater, vitamin E and witch hazel in their charcoal-infused formula. The vegan, cruelty-free deodorant contains baking soda and features a satisfyingly earthy scent.

xx, The FabFitFun Team