Whether you decided to make the switch from antiperspirant to regular deodorant mid-pandemic, or are just looking to revamp your routine essentials in favor of more streamlined formulas, Glossier’s first launch of the year should be right up your alley.
The juggernaut brand recently extended its body care offerings with the release of its first-ever collection of vegan and dermatologist-tested deodorants, formulated without ingredients like aluminum or exfoliating acids. They also come in three signature scents, including cult-favorite Glossier You, pear- and cypress-noted Orange Blossom Neroli, and the introduction of its sandalwood- and fig leaf-powered Sandstone fragrance. And for those who are sensitive to scent, the brand has also designed a fragrance-free option to keep you fresh.
Each twist-up deodorant in the range retails at $22, and contains hydrating coconut oil as a base for soft and supple underarms, along with a blend of superfruit elderberry extract, magnesium hydroxide, and potato starch, to keep odor and wetness at bay. The deodorant case itself is also recyclable and reusable, with refills available for $18 each. To celebrate the launch, Glossier has also partnered with Club Pilates to sponsor nationwide sessions through the month of January where guests can receive Glossier gifts—including the Deodorant—following their class of choice.
As an added bonus for Glossier You lovers, customers can now double up on notes of the peppery iris, ambrox, and ambrette fragrance for less, thanks to the brand’s new and limited-edition body bundle. In addition to receiving a bottle of Glossier You Eau de Parfum, the $75 set (which is currently on markdown) also includes a tube of its companion deodorant to enjoy for an all-day and into the night scent.
Glossier’s Smooth-Glide Odor Defense Deodorant is currently available to shop at glossier.com.
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Tiffany Dodson is currently the associate beauty commerce editor at Harper’s Bazaar, where she specializes in trend forecasting, building relationships with major and emerging brands, and crafting shopping stories—from holiday gift guides to product road tests. Tiffany’s work has previously been featured in outlets like SELF, Bustle, and Teen Vogue, and she’s been quoted as a commerce and beauty expert in publications and platforms like The Business of Fashion and NPR’s Life Kit podcast.