NEW! Wild Scottish Raspberry Shampoo Bar 140g
Zero Waste - No Nasties - Gorgeous Hair
Our newest fragrance of shampoo bar, just launched! Wild Scottish Raspberry; fruity and sweet and made with raspberry seed oil - we think you'll love it.
Tips for using shampoo bars: Wet your hair and rub the bar over the hair to create a creamy lather. You will need to use plenty of water. If you feel there isn’t enough lather, just add more water! Some people like to use a diluted cider vinegar as a conditioning rinse. Put a splash of vinegar in a jug of water and use it after rinsing all of the shampoo out of your hair. As you pour it over your hair you will notice how your hair becomes immediately soft and silky. Then do a final rinse. Avoid contact with eyes as it will sting. If you get it in your eyes rinse with plenty of water.
Good to know: If you are using an all-natural shampoo bar for the first time, it may take some time for your hair and scalp to get used to it as it goes through a period of “detox”. It takes a while for the chemicals that have built up on your hair to be washed out and your scalp may also take some time to get back to producing its natural amount of sebum again. During this time your hair may feel “gunky”, greasy, dull or drier than usual. Please persevere – it’ll be worth it! Please be aware that not all shampoo bars are natural. Most of the round discs made with little noodles may contain chemicals (e.g. SLS) which are found in many liquid shampoos and not only terrible for you, but also the aquatic system.
saponified oils of, Sodium olivate (Olive) fruit oil, Sodium cocoate (Coconut) fruit/nut oil, Sodium palm kernelate (Sustainable Organic Palm) kernel oil*, Zea mays (Corn) oil, Aqua (Water), Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) fruit/nut butter, Theobroma cacao (Cocoa) seed butter*, Sodium castorate (Castor) seed oil, Parfum, Rubus idaeus (Raspberry) seed oil, Mel (Honey), Urtica dioica (Nettle) leaf, Hexyl cinnamal, Linalool, Citronellol, Limonene, CI77007
*Organically produced ingredient.
Potential allergens, occurring in fragrance oil ingredients.