Try using this for your hair. Why? because this beauty bar contains all-natural ingredients that help replenish the hair’s natural oils, making it strong and supple.
How to use as a shampoo bar:
- Wet both beauty bar and your hair
- Apply the bar directly to your wet hair. Swipe over hair as if you are combing it. A little goes a long way.
- Lay down bar and massage shampoo into scalp and hair until it forms a gentle lather.
- Rinse hair thoroughly. Repeat if necessary.
Coconut oil, butter oil, sodium hydroxide, lemon essential oil, fermented cod liver oil
Weight is about 3 oz. It will vary from bar to bar due to them being individual poured and molded.
New to Shampoo bars or using hard water?
Using a shampoo bar can cause the hair to feel a little different. It can take up to 2 weeks or more for your hair to get use to it. To get you through this adjustment period, try using a vinegar rinse. A vinegar rinse can help with pH balance while adding softness and shine. 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar (can use distilled white vinegar. It does have a stronger smell) to 8-12 oz of water. Can vary amount of vinegar depending on hair thickness and length. Pour mixture on scalp, and down length of hair. Gently massage in. Make sure to avoid getting in eyes. Wait a couple of minutes and then rinse thoroughly.
How long does the beauty bar last?
This beauty bar will typically last as long as other soap bars, provided it isn’t sitting in a puddle of water. We recommend using a soap dish that allows water to drain.
Does the beauty bar lather?
Yes it does; however, the lather will be less if you have hard water.
What is the white film on the beauty bar?
The white layer develops on the air exposed surface of the bar as it cools and cures. The layer is often referred to as ‘soda ash.’ Soda ash is harmless and doesn’t affect the safety or use of the bar. Soap with soda ash is perfectly safe to use. This layer will wash away after use.