Raise Your Hand If You Want Rosé-Scented Armpits

Would you like a deodorant that smells like millennial spirit? We have some good news and some bad news for you.

The good news: A San Francisco-based company called Native Deodorant, which makes its paraben- and aluminum-free products with simple, all-natural, non-toxic ingredients, has just introduced a trio of brunch-themed scents, packaged in a boxed set offering “mimosa, sangria, and of course rosé!”

Actually — newsflash! Native has informed us that the rosé scent is now back in stock by itself and is available here. What’s more, the company expects to have the other brunch scents back in stock and available around July 17. Phew!

In the meantime, you can allay your overly aromatic armpits with the pleasing scent of Coconut & Vanilla — the company’s most-popular formula. ($12, free shipping and free returns.)

“We use baking soda to neutralize odors, arrowroot powder to absorb moisture and acidophilus to eliminate odor-causing fungi, yeast, and bacteria,” the company boasts on its website, where it also lists ingredients like Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil, Beeswax and Vitamin E.

A Eucalyptus & Mint-scented Native Deodorant is also available. And, hey, if we’re being honest, you may prefer to just rub that under your arms and apply your rosé to your person the old fashioned way — poured right from the bottle, into your glass, and sipped in the summer sun … happily. No sweat!

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