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Shampoo Bar | Tin

Grapefruit | Lemon

100g $19.95 RRP $11.00

Available: In Stock

Like a superfood... for your hair. This orange, grapefruit and lemon shampoo bar is chock full of natural ingredients that cleanse, repair and condition. It’s perfect for both dry and normal hair and is safe for colour-treated hair, too.

    The benefits.

    • 100% soap free and pH balanced
    • Helps to repair and nourish skin and hair (omega 3 and 6 fatty acids in oils and butters)
    • Lathers naturally, cleanses and repairs skin and hair (vitamin A and E)
    • Helps improve hair health by hydrating dry and curly hair (antioxidants in butters)

    What goes in.

    Distilled water, olive oil, coconut oil, lye* castor oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, Australian hemp seed oil, lavender essential oil, rose geranium, essential oil, alkanet root powder.
    *Evaporated after curing.

    What's kept out.

    Parabens, SLS and unnecessary plastic packaging.

    Did you know?

    Did you know around 80 billion shampoo and conditioner bottles are thrown away globally every year? Considering Dame Ellen McArthur has predicted that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish, we’re committing to shampoo and conditioner bars instead.

    Geography.

    Handmade in Byron Bay.

    Hot tip.

    Switching to shampoo bars? They’re easy! To use, wet your hair and the shampoo bar. Slide the bar from root to tip 3-4 times. Lather shampoo into hair and feel it foam up. Rinse and repeat with the conditioner bar.

    Hemp Collective

    Husband and wife duo Mike and Maxine Shea are energising the Australian hemp industry from their Byron Bay farm. For them, hemp is simply the vehicle for a far greater mission: creating a sustainable future. Mike and Maxine are deeply passionate about their social and ethical responsibility to the earth, and the impact — both positive and negative — businesses can have on our planet’s resources. Throughout the production of their goods, they support regional and sustainable production, focus on eliminating waste and use only ethically sourced, organic, plant-derived ingredients. Craftsmanship and quality is valued above over-consumption and standardisation — as it should be.