Shampoo Bar with Jojoba

$ 15.00

Rosemary essential oil nourishes the scalp and stimulates hair follicles in this palm free shampoo bar helping hair grow longer and stronger. A cleaner scalp with less build up means more bounce and shine over time. Peppermint oil helps regulate sebum secretion, making it great for every scalp and hair type. Jojoba helps seal the hair shaft and prevent breakage.

Size

Listing is for one bar weighing 4 oz

Ingredients

Saponified olive oil, castor oil, coconut oil, distilled water, avocado oil, cocoa butter, jojoba oil, rice bran oil, babassu oil, pure essential oils

Directions

Wet bar and build up a lather in hands. Work the lather through scalp thoroughly and rinse. 

Scent

Rosemary & Peppermint Palm Free Shampoo Bar 

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real clean beauty

Our bars are the answer for those trying to eliminate harsh chemicals from their body care routine. Wild Wash Soap Co. products are pthalate-free, sulfate-free, and palm-free. We made vegan soap bars only using cold process, small batch methods. Our body care products use only therapeutic grade essential oils and glass and metal containers to prevent leaching of petrochemicals into the product.

our philosophy

We believe soap should be soap and not an amalgam of detergents, hardeners, and fragrance oil. Wild Wash Soap Co. is owned by an herbalist on the plains of Kansas where local plants are medicine. Where possible, herbs are locally foraged including Kansas stinging nettles, Missouri plantain, Kansas burdock, red clover, local dandelion, and more. 

our sustainability values

Wild Wash Soap Co. focuses on sustainability and clean beauty which includes beauty both for ourselves and for the earth. We promote the use of responsible packaging, never use cosmetic dyes or harsh micas, and no palm oil due to origin issues that have linked it with deforestation in South America, Asia, and Africa. We reuse packing materials on all online orders of our vegan soap and palm free shampoo bar

 

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