Prim Botanicals

Mademoiselle Swell Baking Soda-Free Deodorant

$19.00 USD

Baking Soda Free Natural Deodorant With Jasmine, Bergamot and Neroli. 

*Magnesium Infused
*Bamboo extract
*No aluminum or parabens
*Jasmine, Bergamot & Neroli

2 oz (60ml)
How to Use
Shipping & Returns
Turn bottom dial to raise product. Apply to dry underarms. Feel, and smell, swell.
Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Magnesium Hydroxide, Manihot Esculenta (Tapioca) Powder*, Shorea Robusta (Sal) Butter, Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax, Zinc Ricinoleate, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Natural Fragrance**, Bambusa Arundinacea (Bamboo) Stem Extract *Certified Organic Ingredient **Free of Phthalates & Synthetics

U.S. Shipping Only. Delivery from 3-5 business days. Shipping is free on orders over $99. This is shipped from Prim Botanicals and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted within 14 days of delivery.

Why We Love it

It’s a natural deodorant that nixes baking soda. Why is that a big deal? Baking soda is highly alkaline, which can create a reaction with your skin and cause damage over time and leave your skin more vulnerable. So, we stan a stick that goes all in on delightful, heavenly-scented ingredients like jasmine, bergamot and neroli as well as functional magnesium and bamboo extract. And do we even need to say it? This baby is aluminum free.

Meet The Founder


Stefanie Walmsley was working in film and TV production in New York (and even produced an Oscar-winning short film) when she reached her limit on burnout and overwork, and was going through a divorce. So she headed home to the Philippines, where she started into natural beauty remedies. “At first, I created products to help with my own body and soul but then realized that others would want to experience the same benefits,” says Walmsley, who made it her mission to incorporate her Filipino roots into her products.

“I'm proudest of being a brand that gives back to the Philippines and groups who are very in need there,” shares Walmsley. “To date, we have helped build a yellow boat to get kids in flood-affected areas to school, we've helped marginalized pregnant women receive support and care and we are currently supporting homeless children by making sure they are well fed and educated.”