Hair Self Care: why you're better off with shampoo and conditioner bars + product how-to:

Hair Self Care: why you're better off with shampoo and conditioner bars + product how-to:

March 20, 2019

Our hydrating shampoo and conditioner bars bring a new meaning to lather, rinse, repeat.

 

There’s no testing on animals, and more taking care of them. There’s zero plastic packaging and microbeads, instead a bunch of nourishing ingredients that don’t hurt the environment.

 

Our bars are packaged cosily inside recyclable packaging, so your desire for a low impact lifestyle just got a little easier.

 

Shower time is (mostly) just for you. Take your time to lather your locks with our shampoo and conditioner bars, give yourself a head massage and rinse. It’s easy.

 

There’s no half empty bottles in the bottom of your shower. Just a couple of bars here for a good time and a long time.

 

So, you’re better off because you’ll leave the shower with fuller and softer hair, and with a general good vibe because you’re helping the environment and your hair. Great result.

 

If you really need a breakdown, it’s simple:

 

  • Wet your hair and the bar.
  • Rub the bar next to your scalp in the direction of your hair to form a lather.
  • Continue to lather with your fingers once enough shampoo is in your hair, and massage it into your hair and scalp.
  • Rinse before conditioning.


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