Sarah Moret founded Curie because she was frustrated with natural products that didn’t work as well as the chemical-filled stuff.
Curie started with clean, aluminum-free deodorant in 2018, and quickly grew a cult following because it actually works. What started as a fun side hustle quickly blossomed into a full blown business, now with a talented team of four and three product lines—aluminum-free deodorant, all-over deodorant spray, and hydrating hand sanitizer. Curie has been featured in The New York Times, Glamour, Shape, and more, and Curie products are sold in over 300 stores nationwide, including Nordstrom and Anthropologie.
Curie does not use ingredients known to cause harm to your body or the environment. Curie’s no-no list includes:
- No endocrine-disrupting ingredients
- No petroleum-derived ingredients
- No aluminum
- No parabens
- No animal-derived ingredients
- No cancer-causing ingredients
- No animal testing
- No ingredients on Credo’s Dirty List™
- Every one of our products is Leaping Bunny Certified cruelty-free.
Sarah is committed to reducing our environmental footprint in any way that we can. All Curie packaging is 100% recyclable, including shipping mailers, shipping boxes, deodorant sticks, and tubes.
Curie standards apply to Curie fragrances, not just product formulas. Signature scents are a blend of essential oils, isolates, and synthetic ingredients. Isolates and synthetic ingredients are used in Curie scents primarily due to the irritating effects of essential oils, particularly on delicate underarm skin.
Curie follows the International Fragrance Associate Standards (IFRA) regulatory and quality assurance process, and works with their fragrance house to track research and guidance on a quarterly basis to ensure all existing and future scents are safe for use every day.