Salt of the Earth Deodrant in Holland & Barretts is a good one to try if you want a natural unscented one. They also have a travel size available so its handbag friendly and they currently on offer for £2.99
@eza78 I use Mitcham roll on deodorant but I have no idea if it's cruelty free but it's effective. Otherwise I would try Lush or Body shop. I expect both of those stores would have cruelty free deodorant.
I used to use the Salt of Earth solid one, I think it would have lasted me a lifetime lol. It doesn't move, try a mini I think they do them. Also I'm doing a wild experiment and don't use anything, so far I don't seem to be stinky! xx
Annoyingly I think the Mitchum brand now belongs to a company that isn't cruelty-free.
@Angelprincess87 Superdrug's own brand of course are & cruelty free they do great products that are such good value too. Thanks for reminding me, for some reason this hadn't occurred to me.
The solid deodorants are best eco-wise I think and the ones that come in jars are great @BegumN (recyclable packaging too!). I bought a mini-version of the Aurelia botanical deodorant for backpacking and it was excellent and a great space-saver too.
@Pineapple@Ashli I will definitely give that one you recommend a go. I prefer an unscented deodorant anyway.