This is a sign that your armpits deserve Chanel. The luxury label’s Coco Mademoiselle Fresh Deodorant Spray contains the same amber, orange, and rose notes as the original perfume that it’s inspired by, but it’s also spiked with citric acid to exfoliate and balance odor-causing oil.
You won’t find a drop of aluminum, artificial fragrances, or baking soda in Saje’s Peaceful Warrior Deodorant Spray. This non-aerosol spray’s base is actually salt, which absorbs oil and sweat with total ease. Its lightweight spray formula also has earthy, fruity hints of patchouli, lime, sandalwood, and lavender.
Yes, paying nearly $90 for a deodorant sounds wild, but hear us out: you’re going to want to press checkout on Sisley Paris’s Eau de Campagne Perfumed Deodorant. Its nature-inspired scent, which has notes of bergamot, tomato leaves, and jasmine, is intoxicatingly pleasant enough to wear as your usual fragrance. Plus, it contains moisturizing glycerin for velvety-soft skin in just a few spritzes.
Treat your pits with the Allure Best of Beauty-winning Jason Dry Spray Deodorant, an aluminum-free formula that feels light as air and utilizes oils derived from geranium, lemon, and tangerine to keep odors at a minimum. This deodorant spray also comes in two fragrances to try: the floral Delicate Soft Rose and vegetal Soothing Fresh Cucumber.
Those who love citrusy scents will adore Acqua Di Parma’s Colonia Deodorant Spray. This aluminum-free spray starts with a burst of lemon, orange, and bergamot, then dries down to a warm, Earthy blend of vetiver, sandalwood, and patchouli.
Best Antiperspirant Deodorant Sprays
If you don’t mind the aluminum content of this antiperspirant option, Dr. Wang says the Dove Advanced Care Dry Spray Antiperspirant Deodorant is one of his favorite invisible dry sprays on the market — and its under-$10 price tag is definitely a bonus, too. He notes that this is one of the few options available for sensitive skin types to enjoy and he likes that this deodorant spray dries quickly without residue. This Dove antiperspirant option provides 48-hour protection against odor (due to the aluminum content) and moisturizes skin with conditioning sunflower seed oil.
Dr. Wang loves that Degree’s Advanced Motionsense Antiperspirant Deodorant Spray lasts for up to 72 hours. It’s one of the longest-lasting antiperspirants on the market, all due to the brand’s proprietary Motionsense technology (which is powered by, you guessed it, aluminum) that activates through friction and movement. When activated, aluminum stops the sweat ducts from releasing sweat to the surface of the skin while sweet and floral notes of vanilla and jasmine conceal any residual funk.