Yves Rocher Deodorants

In the 1950s the young Yves Rocher developed a hemostatic ointment based on the lesser celandine flower in the attic of his parents house in Brittany, France. He quickly began to sell his cream by mail order. Over the years he developed a whole range of cosmetic products.
In the late 1960s, he opened his first shop in Paris. Today Yves Rocher is a global brand, which is still controlled from his home village La Gacilly in Brittany.
The founder died in 2009 at the age of 79 years. The then French President Nicolas Sarkozy paid tribute to him as the inventor of organic cosmetics in France.


The active ingredients developed by Yves Rocher are 100% vegetal, preferably from organic cultivations. No endangered plant species, genetically modified plants or animal extracts (except honey and beeswax) are used. Since 1989 the company has abolished all animal testing. To this end, the French natural cosmetics manufacturer works closely with the environmental and animal welfare organization One Voice. One Voice labeled products are certified organic products that have not been tested on animals.

Yves Rocher offers a selection of particularly mild and skin-friendly deodorants that contain no allergenic fragrances and are dermatologically tested. The Yves Rocher deodorants are free of aluminum compounds:

  • Californian Almond Roll-On Soft Deodorant
  • Indian Cotton Flower Roll-On Deodorant
  • Provencal Lavandin Roll-On Deodorant
  • Laotian Lotus Flower Roll-On Deodorant
  • Stay Fresh Deodorant with Organic Aloe Vera
  • Hamamelis – Soft Roll-On Deodorant