Coconutty Soapnut Solid Natural Shampoo Bar by Living Naturally
This solid shampoo bar will nourish and moisturise your hair. It’s great for your hair, face, hands and body. It’s fab for cleansing & conditioning and is suitable for all hair/skin types. I would especially recommend it for hair that is dry or lacks lustre or for inflamed sore skin. Love coconut then you’ll love this shampoo bar that’s crammed with loads of organic coconut milk and rice bran for added condoning.
And just to make it ever better it is SLS free and palm oil free. We think that it ticks all the boxes and love that it’s great for nature.
INGREDIENTS: Olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, Organic Sapindus mukorossi (soapnut) fruit extract, Organic Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, Organic Cocos nucifera (coconut) milk, Organic Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, Organic Persea gratissima (avocado) Oil, Sodium hydroxide*, Organic Theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, Organic Oryza sativa (rice bran) oil, Cocos nucifera (coconut) dessicated.
*After the saponification process no sodium hydroxide remains.
5 in stock
How to use your 90g solid natural shampoo bar. Well it’s pretty straightforward so here goes:
- Comb your hair before you get it wet. This step is really important especially of you use styling products.
- Next wet the bar and lather in hands and then apply the lather to hair. Or you can rub the bar directly onto your hair and lather that way. I have to say that I prefer to rub the bar on my hair, but try both and see which works best for you.
- One point to make is that you really do need to lather the soap up really well. You need to use lots of lather when washing your hair. Please don’t forget the back of your head (yes I’m stating the obvious but you’d be surprised at the amount of people especially with long hair who miss this part of their head). You need to work the shampoo into your hair with water and lather it up.
- Before I started using soap bars, I used to use the horrible ones form the supermarket and I’d wash once and then twice. This always got a better lather. Well the soap bars are no different, so you will need to lather up once or twice in just the same way. Please make sure to rinse both times. You are then recommended to use an apple cider vinegar hair rinse! You can buy cider vinegar rinses of you can make your own. This is what you need to do:
Cool some herbal tea (e.g. chamomile/nettle) and then mix the tea with either lemon or apple cider vinegar mix. The ratio should be around 4:1 (e.g. 100ml water/25ml apple cider vinegar). Or you could try using 2-4 tbsp apple cider vinegar to 16 oz of cool water (not from your herbal tea) and if you fancy popping in some lavender drops that’s fine I would recommend 1-2 drops max.
Please don’t leave your soap in a soggy soap dish or in an area with flowing water. In order to prolong the life of your soap allow the bar to dry in between uses.