bite deodorant reviews. To be completely forthright, here is how most of my other reviews of eco-friendly products have gone: I read novels about virtually every plastic-free product line available.
However, I went with a basic approach this time.
Here are my impressions of not one but three fantastic alternatives to the ubiquitous (and typically non-recyclable) plastic deodorant tubes. (And the rationale behind why their formulas are superior to the rest and can be used for a long time to come.)
List of possible candidates:
PAPR’s natural deodorant comes in a cardboard tube and has a pleasant, subtle scent that isn’t at all hippie (single-use or reusable).
My first “zero waste” product was a by Humankind deodorant system, which is a sleek, refillable system.
The review has been updated to include my new go-to deodorant, Bite, which I’ve found since writing the original version. (From the creators of Bite, the tablet form of toothpaste that I’ve reviewed previously. Save 10% on your purchase of Bites products (deodorant, toothpaste, etc.) with the promo code tiltedmap10.
Carbon neutral, vegan, and cruelty-free, PAPR, by Humankind, and Bite deodorants are printed with eco-friendly soy or water inks.
When it comes to environmental friendliness and product efficacy, these are the brands that other zero-waste companies look up to the most. The market is saturated with rivals; I’ve tried some of them and consciously avoided others.