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White kaolin clay: One of the gentlest clays in the world - kaolin clay has an incredible mineral composition, a neutral pH, and a high concentration of silica dioxide. As a gentle cleanser, kaolin removes impurities and dirt from the skin and hair without drying it out or causing any redness or irritation. It softens the skin, leaving it toned and healthy.
Because babies and kids have such fine hair, they won’t need very much shampoo to get a sufficient lather. Try doubling the shampoo bar as a body wash to simplify bath time!
Usage: To create lather, rub bar directly onto scalp in small circular motions and run down hair shaft. The lather will increase as you start to massage hair and scalp. Rinse clean. Dry and style hair as usual. Click here to see how to use up the ends of your shampoo bar.
For external use only. If contact with eyes occur, rinse thoroughly with clean water.
Care: It is very important to dry your bars out between use. Keep in a well ventilated area away from spraying water. For best results, store on a soap dish with drainage. If travelling, pat bars dry and allow to air dry completely for 1-2 hours before packing in travel tin. If you are storing your bars in a travel tin at home, keep the lid off for maximum airflow.
60g / 2.12oz
5.5 x 5.5 x 2
5.5 x 5.5 x 2.5
Ingredients: Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (from coconut oil), Cocos nucifera (Coconut Oil), Theobroma cacao (Cocoa Butter), Decyl Glucoside*, Stearic Acid*, Cetyl Alcohol*, Maranta arudinacea (Arrowroot Powder), DL Panthenol, Hydrolyzed Quinoa*, Kaolin Clay, Sodium Chloride, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Zinc Oxide
Colour may vary due to fluctuations in natural oils and raw ingredients.
Are your shampoo and conditioner bars sulphate-free? Silicone-free? Paraben-free? Phthalate-free?
Although we don't advertise it, the answer is yes to all of those. The "clean/green/natural beauty" industry can be very polarizing and many of those ingredients have gained an undeserving bad reputation. We don't like to fear monger, so instead of focusing on what isn't in our products, we like to talk about what IS in them.
The sulphate-free cleansing ingredient in all of our shampoo bars is called sodium cocoyl isethionate. It is made from renewable coconut fatty acids and is fully biodegradable. It is commonly known as "Baby Foam" due to its exceptional mildness, light scent, and conditioning cleansing properties, making it gentle enough for use on even the most delicate baby skin. Sodium cocoyl isethionate exhibits high foaming ability, and produces a stable, rich and velvety lather that does not dehydrate the skin. This high-performance ingredient is equally effective in both hard and soft water.
Behentrimonium methosulfate, the active ingredient in our conditioner bars is silicone-free and derived from rapeseed oil. It binds to the hair shaft resulting in silky, smooth, lustrous hair that holds a style. If you are looking to stay away from silicone-based ingredients, they can usually be recognized by names ending in ‘cone' (ie. cyclomethicone, dimethicone, methicone).
We do not use synthetic fragrances meaning all of our products are phthalate-free. All of our bars contain natural essential oils in industry standard concentrations for both therapeutic benefits and a delicious scent. Like all natural ingredients, essential oils do contain allergens. Please read our ingredient lists before use if you have any sensitivities.
Read this blog post "How to get the most out of your shampoo and conditioner bars".
My dad tried your shampoo and said it transformed his unruly fly away hair! Best shampoo he's ever used. That's coming from a middle-aged trades man!!! You have a diverse fan base.
The Suds & Silk boxes are made of post consumer recycled paper embedded with seeds. Once planted, the box will biodegrade and grow into any combination of these wildflowers: Bird’s Eye (annual), Clarkia (annual), Black Eyed Susan (perennial), Catchfly (annual), Snapdragon (annual), and Sweet Alyssum (annual). Give the gift of flowers with our wildflower boxes!
February is Black History Month and so we've compiled a list of some of the most influential and inspiring Black environmentalists and scientists out there! We need this information to be out loud and proud because schools don't always teach us this stuff!