Tom's of Maine - Natural Long-Lasting Deodorant Roll-On Unscented - 3 oz. (88.7 mL) Tom's of Maine Long-Lasting Deodorant Roll-On fights odor three ways to keep you feeling fresh,...
Tom's of Maine - Natural Long-Lasting Deodorant Roll-On Unscented - 3 oz. (88.7 mL) Tom's of Maine Long-Lasting Deodorant Roll-On fights odor three ways to keep you feeling fresh, naturally, all day. Zinc ricinoleate, sourced from castor beans, absorbs and neutralizes odor; the natural botanicals coriander and lemongrass neutralize bacteria; and natural fragrance creates a pleasant aroma.Here are the things that Tom's of Maine does not put in their products:Animal ingredientsTom's of Maine's support of non-animal-testing models also includes the belief that they don't need to use animal ingredients to create effective products. Just one example: glycerin, used in toothpastes and soaps, is often made from animal ingredients, but theirs is vegetable-based. Artificial colorantsBecause Tom's does not add artificial colorants, the appearance of our products may vary from batch to batch. Artificial flavorings or scentsTom's of Maine does not use any synthetic flavors, colorants, or scents. The customers that Tom's caters to prefer the fresh, natural taste and smell of herbs, fruits, and flowers (or no scent at all!). Artificial preservatives (EDTA, formaldehyde, parabens, etc.)Natural preservatives work as well or better than artificial alternatives. For example, they use rosemary to help guard freshness in our soaps. Ethylene glycolEthylene glycol can be found in hair care products and facial/body washes as a fragrance ingredient, a solvent, and as an aid in controlling viscosity. Tom's of Maine uses water and ingredients derived from corn, coconut and palm kernel oils, and sea salt to control consistency in Tom's body washes, and natural fragrances in all of Tom's products. GlutenAside from Tom's of Maine liquid hand soap and body wash, which contain wheat protein, all other Tom's of Maine products are gluten-free. They do not use alcohol, casein or caseinate, MSG, wheat, oats, barley, rye, malt, spelt, kamut, HPP, or HVP. None of their flavor oils are grain-distilled.