Salt of the Earth is Back in Stock! Hoorah!

Attention all natural deodorant lovers, the wait is over! Our 50g Crystal Travel Deodorant is finally back in stock after selling out due to popular demand.

    Charity Update – December Buy One, Gift One!

    We wanted to get in touch & give you an update on the “Buy one, Gift one” promotion which we had running during December last year – where for every deodorant brought on our website we gifted one on your...

    How long do our Salt of the Earth Deodorants last for?

    They say that nice things come in small packages and we feel this is absolutely true when it comes to our all-natural deodorants which are small yet powerful.

    However, it’s not because our deodorants are small that they won’t last – our deodorants offer good value for money because they can last up to 6 month and more.

    How to know whether a beauty product is truly natural or organic

    How can I know a beauty product is truly natural or organic? Your skin is the largest organ of your body, and what you put on it is likely to be absorbed into the bloodstream.

      Staff picks | Discover our favourite deodorants

      We asked our team to tell us their favourite Salt of the Earth deodorants, because as you can imagine, they do know a thing or two about deodorants! From Unscented Spray deos to Sweet Strawberry Roll-ons, we find out which ones come out on top.

        We are finalists in the Veggie Awards!

        Inside our Factory

        We started manufacturing our own products back in 2009 when we were a small home based business.  At the time we used to make our spray deodorant in small tea urns in the kitchen of our family home. 

        Stick it to Body Odour with the New Members of our Family!

        We’re delighted to introduce the latest additions to the Salt of the Earth family: our new Natural Deodorant Sticks and Plastic Free Refills!

        Take Action to Save Cruelty Free Cosmetics

        We’re proud to be Cruelty Free at Salt of the Earth, which is why we want to raise awareness regarding the threat to Europe’s ban on animal testing. The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) is proposing new animal testing for ingredients, including ingredients that have been used safely for many years.