Handmade Natural Soap – SHAMPOO BAR
$2.50 – $2.95
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Our Natural Handmade Soap range is handmade in Australia using only the finest natural & sustainable ingredients (see below for a complete ingredient list). NO fillers or harsh foaming chemicals, preservatives, phosphates, sodium lauryl sulphates or parabens, and NO synthetic fragrances – any scent comes from only pure, natural essential oils. Our soaps are a gentle, premium product for everyday family use, and also suitable for skin problems such as dry skin, eczema or psoriasis. Each long-lasting bar is approx 95 – 100g and is made using the age old cold process method that retains the natural goodness of the base oils and ingredients, and produces large quantities of naturally moisturising glycerine which is left to remain in the final bar.
Our SHAMPOO BARS are an excellent alternative to commercial shampoos with harsh foaming agents that strip the hair of its natural oils, then require the addition of a conditioning product in an attempt to replace them. Instead, a Shampoo Bar will produce a creamy lather which will leave your hair feeling clean and conditioned. Made using a natural olive oil base, luxurious ingredients like avocado oil and shea butter, and Nettle Extract to help improve hair strength, shine and body, and scalp condition.
CITRUS QUEEN (Discontinued)
A gorgeous burst of citrus, with a stunning blend of Mandarin, Orange, Lemon and Lime essential oils. The scent is uplfting and energising, excellent for putting the family in a good mood on those early morning starts!
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Coconut, Sunflower, Rice Bran, Avocado & Castor Oils, Shea Butter, Mandarin, Orange, Lemon & Lime Essential Oils, Turmeric, Nettle Extract
ORANGE & MAY CHANG
Featuring fresh scented with uplifting Orange and May Chang pure essential oils, perfect for getting you moving in the morning.
Ingredients: Olive, Coconut, Sunflower, Rice Bran, Avocado & Castor Oils, Shea Butter, Orange & May Chang Essential Oils, Nettle Extract