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FAQs

My body scrub is clumpy, what do I do?

If your scrub is getting clumpy, you simply will just stir it with a spoon so that it can absorb the oils in the bottom. After a couple of uses, the oils may settle to the bottom, causing this to happen.

 

How do I use a wood wick candle?

Wooden wicks are an eco-friendly and all natural option for candles. If your wick is not staying lit, keep lighting it until it is close enough to the wax. Once it is close enough, it will stay lit and will burn until the melted wax reaches the top of the wick. Please note that the first burn should be a minimum of 4 hours to let the pool of wax reach the outside of the jar. This will prevent the wax from tunneling + will allow a cleaner burn.

 

How much deodorant do I apply and how do I do it?

You will notice when you get your deodorant that it is in a jar rather than a stick. You simply take a pea-size amount, split it into 2 and rub it onto each underarm. You don’t need a lot of product, and you will know if you are using too much if there is a residue left after rubbing it all in. A little bit goes a long way.

 

Why am I still sweating when I put on my deodorant?

It is important to note that our deodorant is simply a deodorant and not an antiperspirant. An antiperspirant works to clog your pores and stop you from sweating, where as a deodorant simply just keeps you smelling fresh and sweat like our bodies are supposed to do.

 

How do I transition to an all natural deodorant?

When transitioning to an all natural deodorant, you have to completely cut out your old antiperspirant/deodorant. During this transition, our bodies will go through a detox period. This detox can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks and can involve a rash, excessive sweating, etc. DO NOT go back and use your old one as it will completely reverse the process. If the detox period lasts more than 4-6 weeks, you may have a sensitivity to the baking soda.

 

My deodorant has separated/melted, what do I do?

It is important to note that our deodorants are temperature sensitive. With this being said, they will become very soft in warm climates and the ingredients may separate from each other. If this happens, simply stir it with a toothpick and place it in the fridge until it is firm.