Castor oil has been used as a natural conditioner and scalp treatment for centuries, so it makes sense to use it in a shampoo bar.? Here it is added to coconut and olive oil, giving a lavender and tea tree shampoo bar with extra richness and a wonderful ability to moisturise.? Meanwhile, the bar?s essential oils of lavender and tea tree do a great job of promoting healthy hair growth and providing antibacterial properties too.? All in all, not a bad CV for a bar that?s small enough for travelling with but powerful enough to outlast three bottles of shampoo.
Each lavender tea tree shampoo bar is handmade with Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Lavender and Tea Tree essential oils.
You won?t find even the smallest smidgen of palm oil, parabens, sulphates, triclosan or phthalates in this shampoo bar.? The plastic-free boxes are recycled and recyclable, and the producers of these soaps areregistered with The Vegan Society?and?Cruelty Free International.? They’ve even earned a ?Best? rating with?Ethical Consumer, so you can enjoy a spotlessly clean conscience.
Ingredients:?Sodium cocoate,?Sodium olivate,?Aqua,?Sodium castorate, Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) essential oil contains?linalool,?limonene,?geraniol, Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) essential oil contains?limonene.
?THESE THINGS MAY EFFECT THE PERFORMANCE OF NATURAL SHAMPOO
These natural shampoo bars are not formulated for coloured hair so some may experience fading.
Many treatments and dyes contain harsh chemicals that can strip the hair of natural oils. This may reset the purging process.
Some areas of the UK have ?hard water? this can effect the length of the transition period and performance of our natural shampoo.