Nubian Heritage, 24 Hour Deodorant, Coconut & Papaya with Vanilla Oil, 2.25 oz (64 g)


Nubian Heritage

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  • Made With: Vanilla Extract
  • Aluminum Free
  • Cruelty Free

Since ancient times, the coconut tree has been a vital source of nourishment for millions around the world. Coconut oil, a natural cleanser and moisturizer, contains healthy fats which soften skin while Papaya is known for its skin rejuvenating properties.

Humble Beginnings

We got our start as street vendors in Harlem. Fresh out of college and without jobs, we set out to bring the healing traditions of our African childhood to the community. Today, Nubian Heritage offers culturally authentic interpretations of Ancient remedies.

Our 24 Hour Deodorant, containing naturally derived ingredients, is enriched with Propanediol, a tested and effective natural deodorant ingredient derived from fermented Non-GMO corn. Vegetable glycerin and shea butter provide a silky glide.

Suggested Use

Apply to underarms daily as needed.

Other Ingredients

Propanediol, glycerin (vegetable), water, sodium stearate, silica, zea mays (corn) starch, zinc ricinoleate, fragrance, (butyrospermum parkii (shea butter)*♥, citrus grandis (grapefruit) seed extract, saccharomyces ferment, polyglyceryl-3 caprate, sucrose cocoate, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, allantoin, vanilla planifolia oil, coconut (cocos nucifera) oil, papain (papaya) extract.

*Certified organic ingredient.

♥Fair trade ingredient.


Natural ingredients may vary in color and consistency.

For external use only. If irritations occurs, discontinue use.

TGA: We make no 'therapeutic claims' with regard to any product.

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