Organic Conditioning Shampoo BarRegular price $10.00
Ditch the single-use plastic shampoo bottles for plastic-free all natural bar shampoo.
The ingredients in our shampoo bar help to increase hair growth and decrease hair loss, fight scalp infections and dandruff, help smooth rough hair cuticles, and are naturally very conditioning. We've added a combination of cedarwood, lavender and tea tree essential oils for a refreshing, relaxing scent.
Each bar is approx 4oz and comes wrapped in recycled paper to protect the shampoo during shipping. Made in the U.S.A.
Ingredients: Organic saponified oils of sunflower, coconut, castor, essential oils of lavender, tea tree, cedarwood, oat amino acids, vitamin B5, jojoba oil, rosemary extract.
100% Natural and Vegan
HOW TO USE A SHAMPOO BAR
If you have never used a shampoo bar, give it a try! To apply the shampoo, simply wet your hair, then gently "brush" the shampoo bar directly onto your hair. Just a few times will do the trick. Lather up well. If you feel like you need more lather, add more water before adding more shampoo. A little shampoo goes a long way! Another method of application is to wet your hair, then lather the shampoo bar in your hands. Set the bar aside and apply the lather directly to your hair. Repeat as necessary. Depending on your water and type of hair you may or may not need a conditioner or rinse. If you have hard water, you may choose to use a simple apple cider vinegar rinse, or follow up with homemade flaxseed gel which acts as a leave in conditioner as well as a styling gel. See recipe below.
READ THIS IF YOU ARE NEW TO USING NATURAL SHAMPOO
Your hair typically goes through a transition period when switching to a natural shampoo. This period usually lasts 1-2 weeks depending on how often you wash your hair. During this time, the scalp is detoxing, which may result in oily feeling hair, and even pimples on your scalp. If you allow your scalp to complete the detox process, you will see beautiful results! We recommend continuing to use the natural shampoo during this process, trying to wash your hair only 2 times a week if possible.