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K-Deo deodorant cream *super-scented*

Kadano

€13,20
(2 reviews) Write a Review
SKU:
2TO-25C
Condition:
New
Availability:
Ships from Austria, Europe in my next shipping batch, one every 10 days. Arrives in 2-3 weeks from date of purchase typically.
Weight:
24.00 Grams
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

Highly effective deodorant cream that prevents stench rather than just masking it. Contains the antibacterial minerals NaHCO3 (sodium hydrogen carbonate / "baking soda") and ZnO (zinc oxide) in high concentration for maximum body odor prevention.

A new offer (as of 2023 November), this listing has a collection of the most popular scent options with a higher perfume oil concentration (1% / 2% instead of the default 0.4%). As the high-quality perfume oil is by far the most expensive component of my deodorant cream, this means that the prices have to be a bit higher.
If you have had my regular deodorant cream but found yourself wishing the scent was more noticeable, this listing is for you.
(For first-time customers, on the other hand, my recommendation is to get a selection of 3-6 small (20g) jars of the regular concentration scents, and later on order a super-scented jar if there was a scent among them that you liked a lot.)

All the jars in this listing contain 20g of deodorant cream.

Scents available:
• Tunisian Opium, sourced from thefragranceshop.com.
"One of our best selling Signature Blends. An exotic blend of lush florals, rich spices, and deep wood notes.
· Top Notes: Jasmine
· Middle Notes: Oriental Opium
· Base Notes: Tunisian Patchouli"

P. Explorer, sourced from thefragranceshop.com.
"P. Explorer is a ruggedly masculine fragrance for men. It is a fresh, woody fragrance built on ingredients from around the world.
· Top Notes: Bergamot, Mandarin
· Middle Notes: Coriander, Leather Accord
· Base Notes: Mahogany, Sandalwood, Amber, Patchouli"

• Lavender (pure organic oil), sourced from Dragonspice (German).

• Lemongrass (pure organic oil), sourced from Dragonspice (German).

Fresh Air, sourced from thefragranceshop.com. It reminds me of the flowers I smell on the first warm spring night after a long winter here in Vienna. 

Lost Cherry, sourced from thefragranceshop.com.
"A contrasting scent that plays with ripe cherries dipped in cherry liquer, rich jasmine and Turkish rose, and an unexpected melange of sandalwood, vetiver and cedar.
· Top Notes: Cherry, Cherry Liquer, Bitter Almond
· Middle Notes: Griotte Syrup, Turkish Rose, Jasmine Sambac, Plum
· Base Notes: Peru Balsam, Roasted Tonka Bean, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Cedar, Benzoin, Cinnamon, Clove, Patchouli, Vanilla"

G. pour Homme I (1976), sourced from thefragranceshop.com.

“This Masculine scent is a heady combination of Citrus, Pepper, Patchouli, and Moss.”

Top Notes: Bergamot, Basil, Petitgrain, Lemon
Middle Notes: Geranium, Patchouli, Pepper, Pimento
Base Notes: Cedar, Moss, Tonka, Vanilla, Amber, Leather

• Frangipani (pure perfume oil), sourced from Dragonspice (German). Pleasant floral scent.

Unlike conventional deodorant sprays that usually only contain alcohol as an antibacterial substance (that quickly evaporates within a few minutes) and perfume to mask body odor, this deodorant cream stays in effect throughout the whole day, even when doing sport and sweating a lot.
The deodorant cream is applied by spreading a tiny amount (about 0.1g) evenly on your armpits with your fingers. For a reference, the amount seen in the second product photo is 0.05g and sufficient for one armpit. This amount is enough for most people to not smell at all until the next morning if applied directly after a morning shower. Using slightly larger amounts can be necessary depending on how much you sweat, but I advise starting with a smaller amount so that you won't use up the jar unnecessarily quickly. (Personally, I even only use roughly half the pictured amount per armpit, so roughly 0.06g per application, which has a 20g jar last for about 333 days, but some customers have told me that they need to use quite a bit more for the effect to be strong enough.)

The only carrier substances are shea butter and coconut oil. The consistency is on the thicker side so that it doesn't run down from sweating as quickly.
For different climates and seasons, I offer four different consistency editions. 18C and 20C are for cold rooms, colder climates and winter and will have ideal consistency at 18-20°C room temperature. 25C is for warm rooms, warm climates and summer and has ideal consistency at 25°C room temperature.

28C is an extra thick consistency that only uses shea butter as carrier oil. No coconut oil is added, however due to using the same mixing pots in the production process, traces of coconut will still be present. Some of my customers prefer 28C – while it takes longer to apply, it will stick to your skin for longer, for a prolonged effect particularly during increased sweating or high temperatures.

For places like Hong Kong or southern USA, 25C and 28C are recommended. Using these editions in rooms that are 20°C or colder will, however, make the process of spreading the deodorant cream evenly take a bit longer (around 20-30 seconds, typically).

For larger orders (40€+), I can make any consistency / size / fragrance combination on request. Otherwise, please choose among what I currently have in stock.

The effectiveness of the deodorant is reduced when wearing synthetic garments on your skin, especially polyester. The structure of this fabric is ideal for certain stench-producing bacteria, so as soon as you sweat enough to make sweat go into the garment, it can still begin to smell despite using the deodorant cream. If you find this to bother you, I recommend wearing base layers of organic fabrics instead.

Also, sweat that is not the product of the body trying to control its temperature, but from mental stress, has a different mix of components that's usually smelly even before it's broken down by bacteria. So if you want to limit your body odour in stressful situations and feel that my deodorant cream doesn't quite do the job there, a good idea to try can be to first apply an antitranspirant roll-on, to limit the amount you sweat, followed by my deodorant cream, to reduce the smell of the remaining smell that's not blocked by the antitranspirant.

Shea butter and coconut oil also have anti-inflammatory properties that can help with the irritation often caused by antitranspirants (also known as antiperspirants), so you might find that the combination of both products helps with both body odour and irritation.

Since there is not that much long-term research about antiperspirants containing aluminum yet, I recommend only opting for the combination if you find K-Deo alone to not work well enough.

For additional information, see the text on my website: http://kadano.net/deo

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  • 5
    Fantastic deodorant + good on sensitive skin

    Posted by Musty on 24-03-14

    Easily the best natural deodorant I've used that actually works. Perfume smell is pleasant and not overbearing (even the 2% perfume strength ones I got), deodorant lasts all day and even persists during/after you build up a sweat (workout or whatever). I've always had fairly sensitive skin too -prone to breakouts if I used perfumed products - but for some reason I've legit had no issue with this so far. I ordered a tub of Fresh Air, Tunisian Oil and Lavender. My favourite has been fresh air mainly because it's just easier to wear anywhere, but the other two smell fantastic as well (Lavender is maybe a tad strong after initial application, but is fine after an hour or so). I'll definitely be ordering some kdeo again, probably some other scents and some larger tubs.

  • 5
    Superscented Deodorant

    Posted by Ben Rachman on 23-12-10

    Can't wait to buy a bigger container next time