100% soap free ..Shampoo

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1 bar of 55gm Chamomile and lavender = should be equal to almost 3 bottles of shampoo.

New to shop special!

While we say its for Dry to normal hair one of our tester who has oily hair prefers this bar for her hair.

The main reason we have started to make these bars is to help you reduce waste. Each of these little bars should give you as many uses as 2-3 standard bottles of shampoo..

Consumer.or.nz said about a competitors solid shampoo bars-
"... we started scrubbing – and got at least 80 washes (medium-length hair) from each bar.. That makes a pretty good argument for switching because not only could using a bar prevent three plastic bottles from ending up at the tip, it might also save you money, especially if you normally use a salon-only shampoo costing upwards of $30....
Shampoo bars look like soap – but if you’ve ever tried washing your hair with soap, or your body with shampoo, you’ll know they’re not exactly interchangeable. Soap is made with lye (sodium hydroxide) and is alkaline (often with a pH of 9 or 10), whereas shampoo is generally acidic (lower than 7), so before you shell out for a shampoo bar, check the ingredients list to make sure you’re not buying soap. " consumer.org.nz.

***IT IS VITAL that the bar be stored in a dry location out of water to dry between uses. preferably on a soap rack***

We use natural sustainable ingredients for our products, this shampoo and conditioner range however does include some man made ingredients of which we choose those that are plant based or Ecco-cert compliant were possible.

Ingredients: From: Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, DLS mild, Shea butter, coconut oil, BTMS-25,
sodium lactate, honeyquat, oat protien, provitamin B5, chamomile extract, pink clay, liquid germall plus, lavender essential oil,
vanilla fragrance oil.

Some explanations: Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, are both derived from coconut or RSPO palm oil, BTMS of a derivative of Colza or Rapeseed oil, DSL Mild my supplier tells me is derived from vegetable oils, Sodium lactate is fermentation of a corn or beet sugar, honeyquat/honey, I think the rest is fairly self explanatory.

If you suffer from allergies - patch testing is recommended on initial use.

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  • Ships from Hamilton, New Zealand.
  • $4.00 Standard post within NZ
    ($1.50 with another item)
  • $5.00 Tracked within NZ
    ($1.50 with another item)
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