Hair Soap

Hair bars are all-natural shampoo in a solid bar that cleans your hair naturally. This by far is the number one reason to make the switch to Hair Soaps and Conditioner Bars. The ingredients gently clean the hair and scalp without stripping away natural protective oils.

The bars are more concentrated than traditional shampoos and conditioners, so you can use less per application and they will last longer. This is especially true with proper care (do not leave your bars soaking in water, and don’t store them in a travel tin for any length of time). I store them on a soap dish with drainage, so the water runs away. This has significantly reduced the amount of clutter in the shower and uses a lot less plastic.

They are also great to travel with as you don’t have to worry about any potential for spillage or liquid restrictions. These bars don’t require plastic packaging, so they are much better for the environment than their bottled counterparts.

I hope this gives you a good sense of some of the benefits that come from switching over to solid shampoo bars and conditioner bars.

Have you tried them yet?!

Clay Ingredients

Bentonite Clay with Lotus White Tea: for Normal Hair Types

Due to its adsorbent properties, Bentonite Clay binds to impurities and dirt on the hair, which are then washed away. Once the clay bar is rinsed off the hair, the result is always soft and supple hair that is clean but not stripped off moisture.

Bentonite is known to reduce all manner of tangles and knots and can significantly reduce the amount of frizz you get. Bentonite Clay contains sodium, potassium, and calcium – minerals that are essential for hair growth.

These minerals do wonders to your natural hair, bringing more growth and density. But additionally, it removes dead skin cells from your scalp and cleanses hair follicles that boosts hair growth.

Lotus White Tea
A delicately citrus fragrance with floral notes and a touch of woody musk.

Green Clay with Tea Tree Oil: For Oily Hair

When used in hair, Green Clays remove product build-up from the scalp and strands, while eliminating dead cells, flakiness, and excess oil, thereby stimulating the growth of healthier hair.

Green Clay regulates excessive sebum secretion and eliminates impurities and toxins, heals and softens, soothes scalp irritation, including eczema.

Our Green Clay Hair Soap works great for the mature hair getting rid of dirt, dead scalp cells, product build-up, and excess oils from your scalp without taking away the natural oils from your scalp.

Tea Tree Oil treats oily scalp issues. It increases blood flow and nutrients to the hair follicles, removes dead cells that may contain fungi and bacteria that clog follicles.

Tea tree helps to balance scalp pH level and enhances the appearance of hair making it look silky.

Pink Clay and Rose Geranium: for Dry Hair

Pink Clay detoxes, clarifies and helps remove build up from hair without stripping the hair of its natural oils or moisture. It helps to moisturise and the nourishes hair.

With Pink Clay being gentle it helps cure and prevent psoriasis, eczema, or dandruff from the scalp.

Pink Clay helps detangling of the hair much easier, leaving the hair soft and helping to improve health and growth.

Rose Geranium
When geranium essential oil is massaged on the scalp, it stimulates blood circulation under the scalp and regulates proper blood flow. This helps in good hair growth and also maintains the pH balance of the scalp. The Rose Geranium essential oil contains amino acids that produce keratin. This is a protein that stimulates luxurious growth of hair. It also possesses antioxidants, which repair damaged hair and give them a shiny look.

“I bought the Pink Clay Hair Soap as my scalp is very sensitive and used it per instructions, my hair feels thicker and my scalp is a lot less flaky.”
Conditioner Bars: Triple Butter!

Blending luxurious Shea, Cocoa, and Mango butters, this Conditioner Soap is specially designed to nourish the hair. Mango and Cocoa butter are renowned for their restorative moisturizing benefits, while the Shea butter provides strength.

Shea butter is made from the nut of the karite tree, which is found in central Africa. It’s used in many natural hair and skin products because it helps moisturize and strengthen hair and skin.

Mango butter has an abundance of antioxidants and vitamins, which makes the butter moisturising for your hair. The more you use natural mango butter on your hair, the faster it will be for your hair to start recapturing its natural oils and you can achieve thicker and fuller hair. It will also add shine and reduce hair breaking from split ends.

Cocoa butter is a natural emollient, so has a lot of benefits! It moisturises your hair and makes it more manageable; strengthens the hair shaft and adds volume and strength to fine hair; replenishes oils lost due to chemical processes; repairs and prevents damaged hair strands.

How to use Hair Soap and Conditioning Soap bars

Hair Soap

When you begin, your hair or scalp may feel oily or dry or even switch between the two extremes. You may have increased tangles or frizz and the hair shafts may feel weird or waxy. This is because your hair (which has been addicted to chemical-laden shampoo), is literally starting to freak out, going through a withdrawal process, and learning to live a chemical-free life. It’s not easy! This process takes approx. 7-10 days to complete.

It will go away! It may take some patience, but if you can persevere, your reward will be healthy, soft, and silky hair.

How to use:
Change Your Shampooing Technique: The “weird hair” feeling happens most often when the soap residue does not completely rinse out of your hair. Be sure to work up a good lather and rinse, rinse, rinse. You might find it helpful, to take a wide toothed comb/brush into the shower with you, especially in the beginning.

By rubbing the bar directly on your hair, you can get a great lather, or you could use a puff or a sponge to create foam.

Conditioning Bar

This is VERY important! Several people have mentioned that their hair feels greasy after using conditioner soap bars. If so, then they are using way too much!

How to use:
These are butter-based conditioner soap bars that should last a long time. They are designed to condition and moisturise at the same time. After washing and rinsing your hair with a soap bar, rub conditioner bar between your hands to get a light layer on both hands.

You need only put a little onto your hands and start to work into the ends of your hair.

Then continue by massaging through the rest of your hair. This will keep most of the oils at the ends of your hair where it is needed but will also condition the rest of your hair.

As you spread into your hair, take care to avoid hair around your face until last (because that hair usually becomes oily first).

Always use warm to hot water to rinse your hair. This will make sure it spreads throughout your hair with the hot water ensuring it is spread evenly.

Towel dry, brush, and you are ready to go!

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