Shampoo Smoothie Bar
Shampoo Smoothie Bar
Creates a fluffy lather, the oil from the castor bean conditions the hair and scalp. Some hair types may like extra conditioning.
If you are thinking of changing to a natural solid shampoo bar, be aware that your hair will need to go through a transition back to its natural state which can cause a few bad hair days. Commercial shampoos are laden with silicones and other chemicals that coat the hairs on your head and these can take a while to wash/wear away.
Blue Earth soaps are made by hand in small batches from quality ingredients. They are long-lasting, smell divine and palm oil free.
They use quality plant-based ingredients in their soaps and are an environmentally conscious company who use solar panels that generate enough renewable energy to run their electricity requirements. And they continue to plant native trees to support the forest areas on their land in Ashburton, New Zealand.
Suitable for All hair types.
Directions Apply directly to wet hair or lather in hands, gently massage from scalp to ends of hair. Rinse well and repeat if desired.
We suggest a vinegar rinse every couple of weeks - use 2 Tbsp vinegar (white wine or apple cider) in 1L warm water and rinse through after shampooing.
Ingredients Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, aqua, Ricinus communis (castor bean) oil, Olea europaea (olive) oil, sodium hydroxide, Persea americana (avocado) oil, Cannabis sativa (hemp) oil, Theobroma cacao (cocao) butter, Andansonia digitata (baobab oil), Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) essential oil, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) essential oil, Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) essential oil, Mentha piperita (peppermint) essential oil.
Blue Earth soaps are made in Ashburton, New Zealand.
Taking care of your handmade soap: handmade soap needs a little more care than its chemical-laden counterparts. As it is full of all the natural oils, it needs to be well drained when using. The less of the soap touching a flat, wet surface – the better, so choose a good soap dish.
We recommend performing a patch test before incorporating a new product into your routine.