Scrubbingtons Pit Stop Children's Natural First Deodorant Aluminium and Alcohol Free for Sensitive Skin 1 x 50ml
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Mumsnetters who want a green, clean and chemical-free deodorant say that this spray can be a great alternative to applying a roll-on, which can often be met with resistance from children with sensory issues. Whilst you may need something stronger for really sporty or active kids, for most this is a long-lasting deodorant that, rather than masking odour, prevents it from occurring in the first place. Pros If your kiddo has sensitive skin, this option from Native, made with all naturally derived ingredients, is the way to go. It is baking-soda-free and fragrance-free, but it goes on smooth and works for hours without causing irritation.
Our company mission is to empower children – there are so many things that parents need to teach their children, the most basic of which is washing and personal hygiene, so we thought we would develop a range of products that help children to wash themselves.Scent - Do you want a deodorant with a perfumed scent or would you prefer a fragrance-free option? A scent-free deodorant is less likely to contain perfumes that can be an irritant, but a natural, fresh scent may be appealing to teens. I highly recommend this one. I use it and my 11-year-old DD is now using it. It lasts three days and is aluminium-free. It comes in a little pot so you have to use a finger to put it on but it works. It’s hard to find one aluminium-free that actually works.” (Rated by Mumsnet user DDMAC) Lush solid deodorants, they look like bars of soap and come in different scents.” (Rated by Mumsnet user allthegoodusernameshavegone)
Natural ingredients - Deodorants made from natural products are increasing in popularity, but it’s worth noting that your child’s body will need time to adjust and for the deodorant to start working, whereas traditional deodorants are more likely to work from the first application.Approach with sincerity and excitement: This is a major milestone. And while it might not feel particularly thrilling for either one of you, you can change the narrative and celebrate this moment. Deodorant may very well be the first noticeable step your child takes toward puberty. They are officially transitioning into adolescence. This comes with big challenges, but it also means your tween or teen can soon exert some autonomy and find their own unique voice. Be truthful — the next few years will come with peaks and valleys, bodily betrayal, and all sorts of weirdness. It will also be amazing, exciting, and full of opportunity.