Solid conditioner bars are very concentrated and extremely long-lasting – they may seem small, but one bar should last many months, even with frequent use. They are designed to work just like the salon/supermarket conditioner you may be used to — why pay for water and a plastic bottle!?
To use, simply swipe the bar a few times over your freshly-washed wet hair – you really don’t need much at all. Distribute through length of hair, concentrating on ends. Leave on for a minute or two and thoroughly rinse clean. Be sure to store your conditioner bar out of the stream of the shower and allow to dry between uses. A soap dish which allows air flow is ideal.
Although, not 100% natural like our shampoo bars, we have chosen mild, quality ingredients and have tried to keep things as natural as possible. If you do prefer to use an all-natural product after using your shampoo bar, you may wish to try our Nourishing Hair Oil or a rinse of 1T white (or apple cider vinegar) to 1 cup warm water.
Ingredients: Cetearyl Alcohol & Behentrimonium Methosulfate (vegetable oil derived conditioning agents), cocoa butter, argan oil, coconut oil, hydrolised wheat protein, glycerin, provitamin B5, Liquid Germall Plus (preservative), sweet orange & may chang essential oil (in Sweet Citrus), patchouli, lemongrass & vetiver essential oils (in Earthy).
Weight: 50-60g. Vegan.
Price reflects the expensive ingredients needed to craft this bar.
Please note, these bars will suit most hair types, but there will always be some people that they won’t work for.
It might feel like you aren’t applying enough, as the bar doesn’t lather or feel creamy like a bottle conditioner. Start by applying a small amount, then stop and use your fingers to comb it though your hair and then reassess whether to apply more.
If your hair is short, or thin and fine, you may not need more than one swipe.
Have long, thick, curly hair, you may need more distributed throughout your hair. If you hair is long, you may only want to use a bit on the ends.
You may have to play around with what works best for you to start with.
Some people like to use a conditioner bar BEFORE their shampoo bar, you may want to use a vinegar rinse and just condition the ends.
If all else fails, these bars make great shaving bars!