• Druide - Green Forest Organic Deodorant
  • Druide - Green Forest Organic Deodorant
  • Druide - Green Forest Organic Deodorant
  • Druide - Green Forest Organic Deodorant
  • Druide - Green Forest Organic Deodorant

Druide Natural and Organic

Natural deodorant based on organic essential oils 

65 ml roll-on applicator 

Formula containing natural essences from the Canadian forests: balsam fir, white cedar and pine essential oils.
Deodorizing, antibacterial, antifungal and soothing properties.

Denatured alcohol free. Aluminium free. 

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How to use

  • Roll the ball two or three times under each arm to ensure even application
  • Repeat throughout the day if necessary

Description Learn more about this product

Formulated with deodorizing plants that ensure skin protection and bacterial control

Our formula neutralizes the cause of bad body odor. The plant extracts provide long-lasting protection, respecting the skin's balance.

  • Balsam Fir: soothing, high in anti-inflammatory active ingredients
  • White cedar: draining
  • Pine and tea tree: purifying, antifungal, antibacterial
  • Eucalyptus: purifying
  • Bearberry and licorice root: astringent and soothing
  • Zinc ricinoleate and zinc oxide: absorbent

Useful information...

Perspiration is essential! It regulates our body temperature, allowing us to evacuate toxins. Common deodorants and antiperspirants unfortunately disrupt these important natural health functions. Let your skin breathe and activate the natural regulating mechanism of perspiration. Our deodorants are safe because they do not contain aluminum, triclosan, paraben, alcohol and propylene glycol (ingredients suspected of promoting certain diseases).

Ingredients list (INCI)

Aqua, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Extract*, Glycyrrhiza glabra Extract*, Salix alba Extract*, Coco-caprylate, Capryloyl glycine, Undecylenoyl glycine, C14-22 alcohol**, C12-20 Alkyl Glucoside, Glyceryl stearate, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea tree) Leaf Oil, Zinc ricinoleate, Cyclodextrin, Polyglyceryl-10-laurate, Calcium lactate, Zinc oxide, Eugenia caryophyllus Extract, Glycerin, Hyssopus officinalis Extract, Caprylic/Capric triglyceride, Xanthan gum, Polyglyceryl-6-Caprylate, Abies balsamea Extract*, Eucalyptus globulus Oil*, Pelargonium graveolens flower/leaf/stem extract*, Bulnesia sarmienti Oil, Lavandula hybrida Oil*, Zingiber officinale Root Extract*, Litsea cubeba fruit Oil, Thuya occidentalis Oil*, Maltodextrin, Polyglyceryl-3 palmitate, Menthyl lactate, Sodium chloride, Usnea barbata Extract [CO2], Citric acid, Potassium sorbate, Levulinic acid. (Essential oil components : Linalool, Citral, Limonene, Citronellol, Geraniol) 

99 % of the total ingredients are of natural origin
12 % of the total ingredients are from organic farming*
**C14-22 alcohol = natural molecule extracted from vegetable oil.

With Druide's skin care products, you are guaranteed to use the highest quality products recognized by COSMOS ORGANIC, ECOCERT and COSMEBIO. Our formulas are thorough and exceed all the certifying bodies' specifications. Finally, all our containers are eco-friendly, 100% recyclable, made of PEHD with no environmental impact. Does not contain: SULFATES, PHTALATES, PEG (PolyEthylene Glycol), EDTA (Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid), PHENOXYETHANOL, COLORANTS, MINERAL OILS, SYNTHETIC PERFUMES, GLUTEN, GMO

FAQ Your Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between organic and natural?

The word "natural" can be used in a generic way. It is often used as a marketing argument in order to promote the formulas. A 100% natural product is restricted to the information provided by the manufacturer and its "good faith". The term "organic" implies the control of the origin of the raw materials which are themselves guaranteed to be organically grown. This is generally reflected by the obtaining of a label which meets strict requirements (e.g.: 95% of ingredients from natural origin, at least 20% of organic ingredients in the total formula).

Why can the word "alcohol" be found in some INCI lists?

Your wariness is justified! However, the designation "alcohol" is not necessarily negative, as it contains interesting variants. A word ending in "-yl" designates a beneficial fatty emollient alcohol: Cetearyl alcohol, Cetyl alcohol, Stearyl alcohol... While denatured alcohols (ethanol) are considered irritating and dry out the skin.

How long do I have to use your products before I see any results?

Skin reacts differently from one person to another. By nature, it can be more or less receptive to ingredients. Also, depending on many health or environmental factors, the effectiveness of a product can be slowed down.
Nevertheless, cell renewal - which occurs at the same rate for everyone - is the fundamental element to take into consideration when using a cosmetic product or a shampoo.
It is necessary to wait several weeks (3 to 6) in order to notice the true effects of a product.
Depending on your receptivity to a formula's active ingredients, noticeable results may be visible after 2 cell renewals, i.e. after 6 weeks.

What is the difference between a natural and a synthetic perfume?

A natural perfume is built around aromas naturally found in its ingredients such as flowers, fruits, plants or essential oils. The latter can also be certified organic. The extraction processes of this kind of perfume are gentle: low temperature or steam distillation, closed circuit liquid extraction...
A synthetic perfume is artificially formulated around a solvent (ethanol), phthalates, synthetic musks and other chemical components.

How can I tell whether I am allergic to a product?

In order to check your sensitivity to non-hypoallergenic formulas, we encourage you to place a small amount of the product on the inside of your wrist, where the skin is very thin. Leave it on for a few minutes before removing it with a clean cloth. Do not rinse it off for the next few hours. If you don't notice any particular reaction, it means that your skin is suited to this product.

What is the transition from conventional to natural cosmetics?

There is indeed a transition period to go through. The products most often involved are deodorant, shampoo and face care products. The often occlusive ingredients found in conventional products have a "camouflage" effect. The skin and hair must get rid of them and detoxify themselves in order to resume an autonomous and natural way of functioning.

• Switching from a conventional deodorant (antiperspirant containing aluminum salts) to a natural and organic deodorant requires the body to regain control over its perspiration by regulating it naturally.

• The same goes for the scalp and hair, for which it will take time to get rid of the chemical residues (silicones, sulfates).

• For the face, using a natural care product implies that your skin has to regain its biological functioning, regulate itself, get rid of the toxins left from synthetic products, before relearning to produce its own sebum and regain a natural cycle.

These transitions can last several weeks, or even several months in some cases. Don't be discouraged! Everyone can do it and it is bound to be beneficial!

You can find out more about this process on our blog.

Review What our customers think


Based on 16 reviews

  • Dominique c.
    Published Aug 30, 2022 at 02:38 am (Order date: Aug 18, 2022)

    Perfect (Translated review)

  • Eric L.
    Published Jun 24, 2022 at 10:11 am (Order date: Jun 08, 2022)

    it fits me like a glove ;-) I discovered it in Quebec and I am very happy to be able to find it in France (Translated review)

  • Audrey C.
    Published May 28, 2022 at 02:01 pm (Order date: May 13, 2022)

    Very pleasant product (Translated review)

  • Marie-Ange A.
    Published Apr 19, 2022 at 10:36 am (Order date: Apr 03, 2022)

    Smells great and very effective for me. (Translated review)

  • Meghane J.
    Published Feb 09, 2021 at 11:04 am (Order date: Jan 24, 2021)

    At the top! (Translated review)

  • Christelle l.
    Published Jan 26, 2021 at 09:55 pm (Order date: Jan 09, 2021)

    Pleasant (Translated review)