Shampoo bars naturally and specially made for specific hair types and needs.
More information can be found below.
- Additional information
- How to use
- Packaging/ End-of-life
- What to Expect
Moringa, Moroccan Argan, Neem/Tea Tree
– Moringa – intensifies scalp healing and healthy hair growth with its high vitamin A content; Zinc prevents drying and clogging of sebaceous glands and repair protein synthesis; its Vitamin E content acts as a powerful antioxidant that stimulates blood circulation on the scalp that helps in the absorption of more nutrients available in the hair follicles.
– Rich in antioxidants that help strengthen and smoothen hair, returning its natural shine and softness.
– Repairs hair damage
– Anti lice.
How to use
Just as you would a normal soap! Lather it up with water, and use directly on the scalp, making sure to rub it on the crown and the back of the head. Massage scalp with fingertips to stimulate blood flow and really cleanse hair shaft and scalp. Rinse well with water.
– Raw honey, healing oil derived from fruit extracts (guava, moringa, ginseng and guyabano), rosemary, pink himalayan salt, aloe vera gel and extract, cocoa butter, castor oil, moringa extract, moringa oil, moringa leaves.
– Moroccan Argan oil, olive oil, shea butter, tea tree oil, lavender oil, Vitamin E, coconut milk, coconut oil, aloe vera oil, aloe vera extract, hibiscus powder, castor oil.
– Shea butter, coconut oil, avocado oil, castor oil, almond oil, neem extract, neem oil, lavender oil, tea tree oil, argan oil, Vitamin E.
Store bar in a drained soap dish to help your bar last longer.
Clean used paper
Reuse or send used paper to a recycling facility/ center.
What to Expect
New to using natural shampoo bars?
The transition period can range from a few days to a few weeks or even a month. It really depends on how damaged your hair is, how much residue and build-up is present and some has to do with your genetics.
When you first begin, your hair or scalp may become oily or dry or even switch between both extremes in its attempt to rebalance. You may have increased tangles or frizz and the hair shafts may feel weird or waxy.
This is your hair, a part of your body which has been addicted to chemical-laden shampoo, literally freaking out, going through withdrawal, and learning to live a chemical-free life. It’s not easy!
The light at the end of the tunnel:
It will go away! It may require some patience, but if you can persevere, your reward will be healthier, soft and silky hair.