Finally, a handcrafted, vegan, solid shampoo bar with minimal packaging!
These shampoo bars are made using the cold process method with non-GMO ingredients and no artificial preservatives. All bars are scented with pure essential oils that provide a blissful aromatherapy experience as you wash your hair.
Palm Oil free
Not tested on animals
Vegan / Lavender: Lavender provides a soothing aromatherapy experience while the revitalising citrus scent of May Chang makes this the perfect shampoo for relieving fatigue, lethargy and mental fogginess.
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Organic Soy Wax and Essential Oils of May Chang and Lavender.
Frangipani: (also vegan) The Frangipani floral wax has calming, moisturising and softening properties which combined with the soothing Lavender and revitalising May Chang make this a great shampoo bar for when you want to relax and give your hair a treat.
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Water, Soda Lye, Frangipani Floral Wax, and Essential Oils of Lavender and May Chang.
Method: Run the shampoo bar over wet hair a couple of times from front to back until you have enough to massage into a lather. It is best to smooth the bar over your hair rather than rubbing in as this may cause knots. Rinse thoroughly.
Best Before: As these shampoo bars are completely natural we recommend using them within 12 months of purchase. After that point you may notice slight changes like the fading of the natural colours, and the fragrances from the pure essential oils.
Storage: Store in a free-draining soap dish to prolong the life of your bar. Similar to soaps, if left to sit in water it will become soft. We recommend cutting the bar in two (or even three) and store what you're not using out of the shower and away from running water. This will ensure your shampoo lasts as long as possible. Pro tip: store in your sock or underwear drawer for sensational smelling socks and undies!
Lovingly handcrafted in small batches in Christchurch, NZ.