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Article written by the awesome Sean Lloyd on the 15 Apr 2012

“When you see me in jeans and a bad ass jacket and leather boots, rolling into town on my Harley with my Aviators on and my beard in the wind, you’d never think I use organic products. But I do. My latest find is Jozi Organic deodorant, and it works.”

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Off the shelf deodorants smell nice, but they’re packed with all sorts of stuff that isn’t natural and probably not all that good for you. Natural deodorants are a little more expensive but you can use them and not worry about them being bad for you. It is really difficult to find a natural deodorant that works though. You don’t want to wear a natural deodorant and then still smell like one of those Knysna tree people or one of those Hout Bay hippies.

It’s also difficult finding a locally manufactured product that works, but I seem to have found it! Now this isn’t the gospel, because I’m sure most, if not all of you work harder than me. But this stuff get’s me through the day smelling great!

It’s R70 for 80ml’s and is a roll on, so if you’re a fan of spray you can go to hell. I’m joking. But yeah if you like spray then this won’t work for you. I like the roll on, it’s really cool. It comes in four variants namely Ivory, African Citrus, Ylang Ylang and fragrance free. I chose the Ylang Ylang one and I’m sure you’re wondering what the hell that is.

I have absolutely no idea but it smells cool. I tried the rest but this one seemed cool for me. It’s not like a deodorant that people can smell and ask you what you’re wearing. But it does keep you fresh. The great thing is you can still wear your favourite high end fragrances and they aren’t going to clash with this.

So give it a try, it’s been working for me. Well from what I know, because no ones told me to shower yet.

Click here to buy Jozi Organic online at Faithful To Nature.

Or find it at health stores, Wellness Warehouse stock it.

Click here for the Jozi Organics website.

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