Friendly Soap- SHAMPOO BAR - LAVENDER & TEA TREERegular price £2.95
Friendly Soap- SHAMPOO BAR - LAVENDER & TEA TREE
The castor oil in this nourishing shampoo bar produces a gorgeous creamy lather that conditions and cares for your hair more deeply. Lavender and tea tree essential oils help it refresh as well as it cleanses, all packed into a conveniently small bar that lasts longer than you?????d think.
Castor oil has been used as a natural conditioner and scalp treatment for centuries, so we couldn't wait to create a shampoo bar with it.?? Here we have added it to coconut and olive oil, giving our lavender and tea tree shampoo bar extra richness and a wonderful ability to moisturise. Meanwhile, the bars essential oils of lavender and tea tree do a great job of promoting healthy hair growth and providing antibacterial properties too. All in all, not a bad CV for a bar that' small enough for travelling with but powerful enough to outlast three bottles of shampoo.
Each lavender tea tree shampoo bar is handmade with Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Lavender and Tea Tree essential oils.
Please Note: NOT Suitable for hard water.
You won't find even the smallest smidgen of palm oil, preservatives or sulphates in any of our soaps; all we add is a feel-good factor. Our plastic-free boxes are recycled and recyclable, and we are also registered with??The Vegan Society??and??Cruelty-Free International.??We have even earned a Best rating with??Ethical Consumer, so you can enjoy a spotlessly clean conscience.
Ingredients: Sodium cocoate, Sodium olivate, Aqua, Sodium castorate, Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil contains??linalool, Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil contains??limonene
What is hard water?
Hard Water is water with a high mineral content, usually calcium and magnesium, these minerals cause a chemical reaction with traditional soaps that prevent them from working as effectively.
Why is there a problem with shampoo bars and hard water?
When traditional natural soap comes into contact with the minerals in hard water it causes a chemical reaction that changes the sodium salt component in soaps into their calcium and magnesium salt counterparts, thus resulting in an insoluble white-grey residue.