Scented with Gardenia and Lemongrass
90gm shampoo bars
Surfactant Sulfate Free bar
100% Biodegradable beeswax wrapper
100% Natural no harsh Chemicals
Lathers quickly and rinses well
As these bars are sulfate free, it does leave the shampoo on the soft side. So returning your shampoo bar into the fridge will extend the life of your bar. This is not necessary though.
Unlike a liquid shampoo, you work the Shampoo bar into your hair under the shower water until a lather starts, then remove your head from the water and massage your scalp and hair in the normal manner. Second wash will lather quickly. Two to three shampoos are recommended on all hair types. .
Soduim Cocoyl Isethionate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, shea Butter, Stearic Acid, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Behentrimonium Methosulfate (Conditioning Agent), Cocoa Butter, cetostearyl Alcohol, Essential Oils of Peppermint and Patchouli, Citric Acid, Bentonite Clay, Hemp Seed.
SHAMPOO BAR V's SHAMPOO BOTTLE
WHAT IS SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE (SLS) ?
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is an inexpensive and commonly used product found in most Shampoo Bars, Shampoos, detergents, Soaps, and toothpastes.
Basically it is present to break the surface tension. It is essentially an ingredient in most of the above products listed to create a lather and is widely used as it is cheap alternative. It is a common skin irritant and rumored to be but not proven a carcinogenic.
There are 3 basic types of shampoo bars ( Hivehealth's BAR IS TYPE 1 )
1. Cold-pressed shampoo bars are typically made by home crafters and natural product companies.They are often full of natural oils to help condition your hair and are usually free of SLS.
2. Glycerine-based shampoo bars are oftentimes more gentle and pH balanced, but some people say they don't lather as well.
3. Solid surfactant shampoo bars lather the best and are more pH balanced but contain SLS which can be an irritant for some people.