Ingredients: Sodium Cocoate, Aqua, Sodium Olivate, Sodium Palmate, Glycerin, Sodium Hempseedate, Sodium Ricinoleate, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Eucalyptus Globulus (Eucalyptus) Leaf Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Limonene*. * Occurs naturally in essential oils.
Hemp Oil Shampoo Bar 100g (for normal and oily hair)
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Hemp oil shampoo bar for normal and oily hair. Hemp oil soothes irritated scalp and protects the hair from environmental damage. It nourishes and softens hair. Tea tree, eucalyptus and rosemary essential oils help soothe the scalp and promote hair growth.
Why choose solid shampoos? Our solid shampoos offer a natural, gentle, and environmentally friendly alternative that is also cost-effective and convenient to use. To learn more about the benefits of solid shampoos, check out our blog HERE and HERE.
Directions: Rub the shampoo bar onto wet hair and work up a rich lather. Massage the scalp and hair gently, adding more water if needed. It is essential to create a rich lather throughout your hair to ensure thorough cleansing without leaving any residue. Rinse thoroughly and, if desired, follow with hair conditioner.
When using for the first time, allow your hair a couple of weeks to get used to the shampoo bar.
Additionally, our solid shampoo is suitable for body cleansing as well, offering a multi-purpose solution for your bathing needs.
Nurme soap bars are made from natural ingredients using the cold process method. To achieve the highest quality, we dry soap bars at the right temperature for at least 30 days. During this time, the water originally added evaporates and soaps becomes soapy, harder and longer lasting. The longer the soap bar sits, the more it dries out and loses its weight, becoming like a seasoned Italian cheese, providing a treat for true natural cosmetics gourmets.
The weight on the packaging is the net value in grams at the time of packaging, i.e. 30 days after drying. You can read more about the production of Nurme soaps HERE.