Which Shampoo Bar is Right for Your Hair?
Now Offering 6 Different Formulas — All Palm Oil Free!
- Beachcomber for volume and growth
- Dandelion for dandruff
- Green Tea for oily or combination hair
After shampooing, it’s wonderful to rinse with an apple cider vinegar hair rinse. This nourishes your hair and scalp, conditions, adds shine, and restores your hair’s natural pH.
Please note: Slight variations in color and scent should be expected from batch to batch. No two bars are ever exactly the same due to the handmade process. Always expect quality and craftsmanship in every bar. Best used with a soap dish with drainage to allow bar to dry between uses and extend the life of the soap.
*None remains after saponifying oils into soap and glycerin
If your hair is used to conventional shampoos—even those that claim to be natural—it will take some time for your hair to adjust to a shampoo bar. Most commercial, chemical-laden shampoos strip away the natural oils that are produced by your scalp. As you transition to a natural shampoo bar, your scalp needs time to rebalance oil production. Give the new routine a couple weeks. Your hair may be greasier or drier than normal during the transition. Stick with it! You will be rewarded with soft, healthy, shiny hair.