My new almond delight butter bar is blended with bentonite clay, the hair restorative castor bean oil (which naturally helps to thicker and grow hair adding lustre and shine) united with organic aloe for complete hair and scalp health.
Many chemicals in shampoo strip the natural oils from your hair and makes your hair get oily faster and/or can cause a dry, itchy and/or irritated scalp. AO shampoo bars do not strip your hair of your natural oils like SLS does as it DOES NOT contain SLS/SLES or other harmful chemicals, these have no traces of GMO influences and are mostly of Vegan origin, they are never tested on Animals.
Before we begin let me tell you one bar cannot treat all hair ailments. If you have bleached hair this might not suit you, if you have very thick, matted hair it might not be for you. This usually works best for those this medium, thin, fine hair. Please use your own discretion and common sense when choosing a hair shampoo bar, I am here to help if you ask me and will be more than willing to give my advice. Thank you!
What is it? A Shampoo Bar resembles a bar of vegetable based soap, but it is formulated especially for hair. One of the many advantages of Shampoo Bars is that they can be formulated using all-natural ingredients including vegetable oils, vegetable butters, essential oils and other nutritive ingredients especially beneficial to the hair and scalp. They also tend to lather well.
Less environmental impact and less packaging, less waste.
They tend to lather better than all-natural liquid shampoos.
They don't require preservatives. Having said that, they can go rancid over time. It is recommended that you use your Shampoo Bars within six months of purchasing.
They are convenient for use while traveling, camping or for keeping in your locker at the gym.
Shampoo Bars are easy to pack and modest in size.
They won't leak like liquid shampoos can and can be included within carry-on luggage without breaking any current TSA regulations for carry-on items.
Shampoo Bars last a long time. In comparison, they are less expensive to use than liquid shampoos.
They are a lot less hassle for those would want to just "wash and go" and not fuss with their hair but still want the benefits of healthier hair.
How to Cleanse Your Hair Using a Shampoo Bar
Over time, you will most likely develop your own hair cleansing style that best suits your hair type and length of your hair. Start, however, by following these guidelines:
After you enter the shower, rinse your hair well.
Rub the shampoo bar directly onto your hair, working your way from your scalp down to the ends. Repeat until you have fully covered each section of your hair.
Massage your scalp and hair until a good lather forms.
Rinse the shampoo out of your hair until water is fresh and clear.
Condition you hair as needed.
Shampoo bars a sticky business? Can't get your shampoo bars to lather, tired of the hassle and sticky residue? Try the brilliant bubble bag!. It works like magic (and, I don't believe in magic!) It helps build up lather in handmade, or low lather soap bars especially if you want to lessen that sticky "residue" effect. The lather gets so light and fluffy, it rinses out so cleanly, leaving your hair much softer and lighter, it's much easier than the usual tugging and scrubbing one may experience in the shampooing process. I have limited bubble bags so grab yours now! These are a steal and really do work!
Conditioning/Clarifying Your Hair Inexpensively
Combine 1 part vinegar to 9 parts water to create a clarifying rinse.
After you have shampooed your hair, pour the clarifying rinse over your hair and scalp so that it has completely covered each section of hair from root to ends.
Your hair will not smell like vinegar after you blow it dry or allow your hair to naturally dry.
Virgin Organic Olive Oil, Spring Water, Virgin Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Organic Palm Oil, Shea Butter, natural Fragrance, pure Castor Oil, Organic Aloe vera extracts, Bentonite Clay and Kaolin Clay.