Stay fresh and feel clean all day long with Weleda Wild Rose Deodorant. Formulated using pure essential oils and containing no aluminium salts, it proves you don’t have to expose your body to harsh chemicals to remain odour free. Plus, it’s packaged in a recyclable glass bottle with a non-aerosol pump spray, making it good for not just your body, but also the Earth. You’ll feel as though you’re walking through a rose farm wherever you go!

There’s nothing dainty about a hot and bothered body, but Weleda has an answer that will leave you smelling of roses! Natural ingredients work with your body to neutralise odour without hammering your skin. Pure essential oils of damask rose and ylang-ylang create a delicate, floral scent and the bacteria which cause odour are inhibited from building up. Our non-aerosol, pump-spray, recyclable glass bottles come in handbag and full sizes, and our deodorant is made without aluminium salts.



  • Naturally neutralises and prevents odours while maintaining skins regulating functions

  • Free from antiperspirants including aluminium salts, synthetic preservatives, fragrances and colourants

  • Vegan and dermatologically tested to be skin-kind




Alcohol, aqua, triethyl citrate, limonene*, sodium caproyl/lauroyl lactylate, rosa damascene extract, rosehip leaf extract, licorice root, glycerin, parfum*, limonene*, linalool*, citronellol*, benzyl alcohol*, benzyl benzoate*, benzyl salicylate*, geraniol*, citral*, eugenol*, farnesol*

* From natural essential oils and/or plant extracts

Bold represents organic ingredients

Dermatologically tested and vegan. Free from synthetic preservatives, fragrances, colourants and raw materials from mineral oils.


Key ingredient: WILD ROSE

It’s no wonder that the rose enjoys almost legendary status among flowers - even the ancient Babylonians cultivated rose blooms to produce scented ointments from their petals. In early China roses were specifically grown in terraced plots, as they knew about their regenerating effect. At the time of the great Emperor Charlemagne, people used rose petals for gargling and for healing baths, while distillation of precious rose oil was probably invented in Persia. The essential oil was considered extremely valuable as its recovery was – and is – enormously costly. It takes three million flowers to produce one litre of rose oil. Today there are countless varieties and scents, with approximately 150 species of wild rose, almost two-thirds of them from Asia.

With its many thorns, the wild rose reins itself in, restraining the impulses that urge growth outward. In this way an inner balance is formed. The demonstration of this harmony lies in the fruit of the wild rose – the rosehip is in particular ‘wrapped up’ in its seeds. Our skin’s health also benefits from the roses’ balancing skills. The core rosa mosqueta oil soothes and smoothes the skin, while the scent of damask rose harmonises the mood.

Weleda use the wild rose variety rosa mosqueta and its red rosehip fruit in the skin care line for Wild Rose Face and Body. The seed oil of rosa mosqueta is one of the most effective oils to smooth the skin, particularly after the age of 30, when the skin is becoming gradually more demanding and dry.




Spray under arms.

Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes. Flammable.