Aesop Herbal Deodorant | Neu bei SAINT CHARLES

Aesop Herbal Deodorant | New at SAINT CHARLES

Good news! Aesop has expanded its range with another aluminium-free deodorant spray with selected botanical ingredients.

Sweating is a natural and even healthy thing. Via our sweat glands, we conduct toxins and metabolic waste out of the body. Fresh sweat is actually completely odourless; naturally occurring bacteria that break down substances contained in sweat are to blame for the resulting unpleasant odour. The corynebacterium is considered to be the prototype of the bacteria that cause the typical smell of sweat.

Aesop Herbal Deodorant

The new Aesop Herbal Deo is naturally aluminium-free and relies primarily on the effectiveness of essential oils in the fight against odour. The oils of rosemary, lavender, sage, eucalyptus and Moroccan neroli prevent or neutralise odours, which are additionally coated and bound by the zinc salt of ricinoleic acid. The deodorant can be used as often as desired and leaves a pleasant feeling of freshness as well as the unique herbal aroma of the essential oils contained.

The deodorant comes in a practical 50 ml spray bottle, making it convenient to take along on the go or for sports.


Aesop was founded in Melbourne back in 1987 and aims to create a range of the highest quality products for skin, hair and body. The focus is on the finest plant-based ingredients and innovative substances extracted in the company's own laboratory, the effects of which are also scientifically proven. Each product is made with the same attention to detail, taking into account the climate and the environment. The whole body breathes deeply when it is allowed to experience the balance of Aesop care.

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