Wild: Natural Deodorant (Review)

I was first introduce to Wild deodorant almost 3 years ago. I loved the product but wasn't convinced that it worked long term for me because of how much I sweat. Well, for the past 3 months, it's been the only deodorant I have used and I have fallen in love and regret wasting so many years! 

I restarted using it, in a goal to declutter and use up all the products I have. I read that the more you use it, the better it works and it can't be more true. I can't even say that it took a long period of time, just 3 weeks and I got the full benefits. I well and truly put it to the test on my recent holiday to Jamaica. It was 30C degree weather for the majority of the time and I used it once in the morning and once in the evening. I was happily surprised that it was even semi-waterproof with the scent still lasting throughout swimming. 

Alongside my new bedroom, I decided to get a new case to match and I love the green combination. I treated myself to a normal sized cartridge refill and also one of their new products, a travel size deodorant. 

The so-called "mini-deos" are plastic-free minis and fit perfectly in your handbag. Having said that, the original size is also very slim and stylish. It's also beautiful to put on display. I did try a new scent this time with Jasmine and Mandarin Blossom which is beautiful. I don't love super florally scents so I was a little worried, but this one isn't strong and the balance of the two is perfect. 

Wild also now do Shampoo Bars and Soaps too. All their products are plastic-free, biodegradable and recyclable. I love them! From now on, I am defintely not turning back. I will be using this deodorant for the foreseeable for sure. A few people have also asked me how long the refills last and I would say for me with daily use (and I don't use it lightly, I do a couple of layers) it lasts around 6 weeks. 

You can buy the starter kit with case for less than £10! That is a crazy low price and very exciting to all new customers. Once purchased, the refills are £15 for 3, which is needed probably every 6 months roughly.