This month I am giving away over $950 worth of my favorite migraine-friendly products to promote the launch of my book The Migraine Relief Plan. Click here to learn how to enter the giveaway, which requires purchase of the book.
I’ll be highlighting some of the products each day as a way to thank each company for supporting my work.
Meet: Schmidt’s Deodorant
Why it’s migraine-friendly:
- Gentle scent or completely unscented formula
- No chemicals—100% free of aluminum, parabens, phthalates, and gluten.
What they say about their product:
“We heard that natural deodorants never work, so we fixed that. Schmidt’s sets new standards for deodorant: a luxurious feel, health-conscious formulation, captivating scents, and an experience that can outlast the competition.
Founder Jamie Schmidt had a passion for natural body care products, and became motivated to make natural products for her family’s health during her pregnancy.
The investment in research and testing proved to be invaluable when Jaime developed a product that legitimately worked all day, felt great on the skin, and smelled incredible. Jaime introduced Schmidt’s Deodorant to local Portland, Oregon farmer’s markets and businesses. Demand for the product surged as local markets and co-ops began to carry the deodorant.”
Why I recommend it:
I have tried many natural deodorants and none of them ever worked for me. I learned about Schmidt’s at Natural Products ExpoWest, one of the biggest conventions in the country. I have been using Schmidt’s ever since. The best part is, it doesn’t stain your clothes or create pit stains—those actually come from the chemicals in deodorant, not from you.
What you need to know:
Since the product is coconut-oil based, it works best gently warmed before applying. A little goes a long way; I use about half as much as regular antiperspirant.
Where to buy:
Online at Schmidts Deodorant, check their store locator for a store near you.
Required FTC disclosure: The giveaway items were provided by Schmidt’s Deodorant. I was not paid to write this post.