Kitikiti Yupina Stick Deodorant
KITIKITI NATURAL DEODORANT Kitikiti means armpit in my traditional Walmajarri language pronounced “giddy-giddy” In recent times Kitikiti is used as a slang term for BO (this product will not give you BO in fact it’ll do the opposite) - in context “you got kitikiti”, making this particular product name quite humorous amongst our mob.
Despite doubts about its effectiveness, natural deodorant works well to combat odour without disrupting those natural functions. The ingredients in natural deodorants can leave you feeling confident that you're both odour-free and secure about what you're putting on your skin.
Kitikiti Yupina is blended with Sweet Orange, Frankincense, Cedarwood, Sandalwood & Ylang Ylang.
It takes curbing odour a step further by using Bi carbonate soda for its ability to absorb sweat & antibacterial properties. Cornflour which acts as an antiperspirant. Vitamin E oil to keep your skin hydrated, smooth & strengthen skin barrier function.
HOW TO APPLY Apply directly to clean armpit in an up and down motion until dissolved into the skin IMPORTANT: If you’re a first time user of natural deodorant your body will undergo a detox process. During this process your body odour may increase as your body expels all of the toxins built up from synthetic deodorant (the increased odour is not due to the natural deodorant). This detox phase can last 2-4 weeks depending on the individual. You must trust the process as once the detox is complete you will then reap the rewards of natural deodorant and all it’s beautifully scented glory - not to forget the skin health benefits.
This product is UNISEX This product has been created using products that are/or natural, cruelty free, vegan friendly, environmentally conscious, reusable packaging and best of all locally made in WA by SAHM Pure Products.
Product label artwork painted by Brodie George
If any irritation or darkening of the area occurs discontinue use.
Those sensitive to bicarb may not be suitable for this particular natural deodorant.
GOOD NEWS however we are in the process of developing a sensitive range.