Quick Shampoo Bar Tips & Info

Here are some helpful things we’ve found while using, trying and testing our new shampoo bar. We wanted to pass these along to help you get the most enjoyment out of washing your hair the natural way!

  1. Wet bar, rub in hands and then use your hands to wash your hair.  

  1. The bar may not lather for first few washings; contains no sulfates or artificial chemicals.

  1. Make sure product is all through the hair, not just on top, or outer layer of hair. Not a lot is needed to wash.

  1. Hair may feel squeaky during rinsing.

  1. Many of our testers have reported that they don’t need to use a conditioner with the shampoo bar; it does the work of both.

  1. We recommend washing hair two or three times a week, not every day.

  1. The natural oils in the shampoo bar are safe for color treated hair, although since there are many types and brands of hair color available we recommend testing the shampoo bar on a few strands in an inconspicuous place to see how your unique hair and color respond to the shampoo bar.

  1. We recommend rinsing very well after washing. If needed, we recommend using a clairfying apple cider vinegar rinse once a week to reduce any potential build up of the oils.

An easy DIY rinse if needed: Combine in a spray bottle 3 parts water to 1 part apple cider vinegar and spray on hair after washing. Rinse thoroughly. We’ve found this works well. And since the vinegar is so diluted we’ve found it does NOT leave your hair smelling like vinegar. Which is really good to know. :)

Note: I’ve been using the shampoo bars almost exclusively since February and I’ve only used the vinegar rinse once.

  1. Ingredients: Avocado oil, castor oil, coconut oil, distilled water, grapeseed oil, jojoba oil, sodium hydroxide, rosemary essential oil & shea butter.

If you have experience using natural shampoo bars, we would love your imput and feedback. Leave us a comment below and let us know your experience!

Thanks for reading!

Hannah


2 comments

  • Glad it was helpful!

    Hannah
  • Thanks! This was VERY helpful!!

    Peggy

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