The tea tree and lavender oils in this bar make it perfect for dandruff, flaky, dry or acne-prone skin.
All of the ingredients in our shampoo bars are natural and easily recognizable. Compare the ingredients of our shampoo bars with the ingredients in regular shampoos and you'll see what we mean!
saponified olea europaea (olive) oil, saponified cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, saponified oryza sativa (rice bran) oil, saponified butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, saponified theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, saponified prunis dulcis (sweet almond) oil, saponified racinus communis (castor) seed oil, essential oils of: lavandula augustifolia (lavender), rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), eucalyptus globulus (eucalyptus), malaleuca alternifolia (tea tree).
This product is 100% natural.
Our Lavender and Tea Tree Shampoo Bar has a nice neutral scent. Neither the Lavender or Tea Tree dominate the smell.
How to use:
Our Lavender and Tea Tree Shampoo Bar is an all purpose bar, it can be used from head to toe. As a shampoo bar, this bar foams a rich creamy lather, and rinses out easily. The shea and cocoa butter, makes this natural shampoo bar one of our creamiest! Sud up the bar, wetting it and lathering it between your hands or rub it directly on your scalp. Scrub scalp for several minutes, reapply and lather the bar as needed to ensure you cover the entire scalp.
If you have dandruff, we recommend giving the scalp a deep scrub for 2-5 minutes. Wash the scalp twice to ensure a deep, thorough scrub.
After use, hair may be used to producing an excess of oil from using detergent-based shampoos, and may feel greasy or waxy for the first couple uses. If you style your hair with hot tools such as a straightener or curling iron, the hair may not style in the same capacity due to the oil resetting as you transition to a natural shampoo bar. Allow your hair a week or two to adjust to natural, detergent-free shampoo bars.