DIY CBD Deodorant recipe


This quick recipe makes a naturally anti-bacterial, sensitive skin friendly CBD infused deodorant

  • Prep time: 10 minutes

As people move toward using natural and holistic ingredients in their beauty and health routines, one of the overwhelming complaints is the cost of natural products. Yes CBD deodorant does have tangible health benefits, but at an average cost of $35 they can be beyond the reach of so many people. This simple recipe uses simple every day ingredients you can find at your local supermarket combined with our Full-Spectrum Hemp CBD Tinctures to create a soothing deodorant. CBD is finding its way into so many things that it can be hard to sort out which CBD infusions are beneficial and which are just novelty. If you’d like to skip straight to the recipe CLICK HERE

So how is CBD deodorant any different than every day DIY deodorant?

CBD, a cannabinoid found in industrial hemp, is incredibly beneficial to skin. The cannabinoids in hemp are naturally antibacterial, antiseptic, antiviral, anti-fungal and combat inflammation both on the surface of skin and in the body. Topical CBD (applied to the skin) can activate the receptor in the ECS system known as CB2 which can reduce pruritus (itchy skin) and inflammation which could not only help alleviate irritation from shaving but dryness from eczema or psoriasis.

DIY CBD Deodorant Ingredients

  • 30mg MCBD Full Spectrum CBD Tincture (for this recipe we used our 1000mg in natural flavor but you can use any strength tincture to reach 30mg, measurements below)
  • 1/2c Coconut Oil
  • 1/4c Arrowroot Powder
  • 1/4c Baking Soda
  • 1/4 tsp Lavender Essential Oil
  • Alternate oils that can provide benefits: eucalyptus & tea tree oil

Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites

Eucalyptus oil is available as an essential oil that is used as a medicine to treat a variety of common diseases and conditions including nasal congestion, asthma, and as a tick repellant. Diluted eucalyptus oil may also be applied to the skin as a remedy for health problems such as arthritis and skin ulcers.

Tea Tree Oil is a natural antibacterial that is also an effective insect repellent (which could come in handy on hiking trails), an antiseptic, boosts would healing, fights acne and skin infection as well as fungus.

This quick DIY deodorant recipe can be made with every day ingredients you find in your kitchen or local grocery store.

*If the coconut oil is in a solid state, fill a small pot with about halfway up with water and bring to a boil. Place a smaller pot or heat-proof stainless steel bowl inside the larger pot to create a double boiler. Melt your coconut oil to a liquid state before beginning this recipe.

Directions for Making DIY CBD Deodorant

For this recipe we’re using the 1000mg Strength of MCBD Full Spectrum CBD Tincture in Natural flavor. Each full dropper of 1000mg oil contains approximately 33.34mg of CBD so just a little shy of a full dropper will work for this recipe.

Once your coconut oil is melted you can add in your MCBD oil and lavender essential oil.

Blend in your cornstarch and baking soda slowly incorporating each spoonful.

Work lumps out of your mixture by pressing and spreading with the back of a spoon. An electric whisk or hand mixer can do this step if you’re making more than just one batch. This recipe makes one 2oz container of deodorant.



Have an MCBD tincture at home and wondering how much you should use per recipe? Below is a quick reference guide to how strong each tincture is by dropper.

  • 250 mg bottle =30-1 ml servings that equal 8.33mg CBD each 
  • 500 mg bottle = 30-1 ml serving that equal 16.67mg CBD each 
  • 1000 mg bottle = 30-1 ml serving that equal 33.34mg CBD each 
  • 1500 mg bottle = 30-1 ml serving that equal 50mg CBD each 

At this stage you can test the consistency of the deodorant or dryness and adjust to your liking. For a firmer bar-like deodorant you can add more corn start a spoonful at a time (it’s not an exact science) until it’s as firm as you’d like. You want your deodorant to spread smoothly over the skin without balling and crumbling.

Once you’re happy with the consistency of your deodorant you can portion it into your 2oz container, bar or even tupperware and store in a cool, dry place for up to 6 months.

Directions for Use

A pea sized amount of deodorant can be portioned out with the help of a small cosmetic spoon or the tip of your finger. Spread deodorant evenly over the surface of the skin. You can also wet your skin with warm water before to open the pores and making spreading easier especially if your deodorant has dried in storage. Once in the morning should work on cooler days but you may find you need to reapply on warmer days when you’re sweating a lot.

DIY CBD Deodorant Shopping List


The ingredients for your DIY CBD Deodorant can be purchased at your local natural foods store, many grocery stores or affordably at online retailers like Amazon. We’ve collected a list of ingredients at different price points below to help with your ingredient shopping. All of the ingredients are multi-purpose kitchen or beauty ingredients that can have a multitude of uses around your kitchen or household.

2oz cosmetic jars – This recipe only calls for 2-2oz glass or plastic cosmetic jars but there are affordable options for 12-24 jars that lower the cost per jar significantly. You can use your extra jars for DIY gifts, storing spices or household items. And, bonus! They’re recyclable. You can also use these for our DIY Detox CBD Clay Mask Recipe

Essential Oil – the type and quality of essential oil is a personal preference. It’s important to always test essential oils on your skin before use to make sure you don’t have an allergy or reaction. Dermatologists recommend using the wrist as a test location for allergies. In our recipe we used Young Living but feel free to use any oil you have handy or prefer to use.

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