Thinksport Deodorant, Aloe & Tea Flowers
Thinksport, the leaders in safe, non-toxic products, is excited to announce the upcoming release of our all natural deodorant.
On the heels of their award-winning sunscreen we’ve used the same thought process to solving smelly, sweaty athletes, by creating a safe, non-toxic deodorant that actually works!
Countless deodorants flood the aisles that contain harmful chemicals that should be put nowhere near your skin (phthalates, parabens, aluminum)…so we set out to create a deodorant that is free from toxic chemicals. Our natural deodorant is made up of ingredients you can trust AND pronounce. All ingredients are rated “1” by EWG.
Apply our deodorant to your underarm prior to going anywhere or doing anything. Now move!
Formulation based on our scientific expertise in creating safer products
Free of biologically harmful chemicals, no phthalates, parabens or aluminum
All ingredients rated either a "0" or a "1" by EWG's Skin Deep database
Each ingredient provides the EWG safety rating
Great size for travel on your next adventure or to your next workout
Applies and absorbs easily
Produced in the USA
No animal testing (Leaping Bunny member), Only tested on humans
Certified B Corporation
COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT OIL) (1), EUPHORBIA CERIFERA (CANDELILLA) WAX (1), CERA ALBA (BEESWAX) (1), ZEA MAYS (CORN STARCH) (1), MARANTA ARUNDINACEA (ARROWROOT) POWDER) (1), SODIUM BICARBONATE (1), BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER (1), CORIANDER SEED OIL (1), CITRUS PARADIS (1)
For smoothest application, place the opened stick under your underarm for a couple of seconds. This allows the formula to warm up slightly. Then apply the deodorant until smooth. This is best achieved by not lifting the deodorant stick when applying. Help us spread the word! Tell all of your stinky friends about Thinksport Natural Deodorant!
When selecting a safe solution always check the active and inactive ingredients to ensure that there are no harsh chemicals. A great resource for reviewing chemicals is the Environmental Working Group's database - Skin Deep. There are thousands of products and ingredients within their database -> www.EWG.org/skindeepur stinky friends about Thinksport Natural Deodorant!
Problem with deodorants:
Countless deodorants flood the aisles that contain harmful chemicals that should be put nowhere near your skin (phthalates, parabens, aluminum)...so we set out to create a deodorant that is free from toxic chemicals. Our natural deodorant is made up of ingredients you can trust AND pronounce. All ingredients are rated "1" by EWG.
Problem with natural deodorants:
Many natural deodorants available today just don't get the job done. While the ingredients are all natural, users continue to stink! Unfortunately, natural deodorants get a bad rap and many users are afraid to make the switch to an all-natural deodorant....But look no further! On the heels of our award-winning sunscreen we've used the same thought process to solving smelly, sweaty athletes, by creating a safe, non-toxic deodorant that actually works!
Whether you're an athlete or just don't want to smell like one, Thinksport products are formulated free of biologically harmful chemicals.
Mission & THINKSOCIAL
Since their company's inception, they have been focused on being socially responsible. For them this means three things:
Create safe products
Have the least impact possible on the environment in the creation, packaging, usage, and disposal of product possible.
Connect to non-profit organizations engaged in activities that help the world become a safer, healthier place
Over the last 7+ years, they have provided products for various fundraisers for diabetes, child abuse, autism, and cancer organizations, and have provided direct aid to catastrophes such as the Texas fires and Haiti. In addition, they have been proud donors to Texas4000, Healthy Child Healthy World, Environmental Working Group, and St. Jude.
Their program evolved, and through a little bit of "thinking," Thinksocial was created. They came up with Thinksocial as a way to empower consumers to choose which non-profits they feel most connected to and want to monetarily support. They call it the democratization of social responsibility.