More than 552 million shampoo and conditioner bottles are thrown away each year in America. Additionally, most shampoo is full of unhealthy chemicals and additives.
Plastic bottles are a thing of the past with this solid conditioner bar.
This high quality bar is infused with seaweed extract, rice protein, cocoa butter, vitamin B5 and macadamia oil, this conditioner bar is gentle and moisturizing for your locks.
It's lightweight enough to be used every time you wash.
Suitable for all hair types, including color treated hair.
No plastic is used in packaging or shipping!
How to Use
- First, shampoo using our solid shampoo and rinse clean.
- (most hair) Rub the conditioner bar along hair lengths and ends, place bar back on your soap holder, then use fingers to massage until hair is soft and slippery feeling. A little goes a long way. Excessive rubbing of the bar on your hair will make it go faster.
- (brittle hair types) Rub bar hands with a little water to create a creamy conditioner concentrate, then rub hands through lengths and ends.
- Leave in up to 2 minutes for a deeper condition, or rinse immediately.
- Rinse well with water. (no vinegar required)
- Keep out of eyes! It is gentle but not designed to be used in the eyes, if you get a little in there then rinse gently with clean water.
1 oz. Make sure to store in a dry place between washes to extend the life. Our Moso Bamboo Soap Shelf helps keep it from sitting in water and melting.
Perfect for travel
Bring it with you when you leave town in this water tight stainless container. They fit perfectly and rest tightly inside.
How long does it last
This size lasts one person 1-2 months (depends on hair length and thickness).
This bar is shipped in a recyclable/biodegradable no wax paper glassine bag. Glassine is a thin, flat, and smooth paper that is resistant to water, air, and grease. It's made through a manufacturing process called supercalendering, which involves running paper web through hot rollers to make the fibers lay flat and in the same direction.
About the Ingredients
Seaweed extract - imparts proteins and minerals to hair shaft to help with damage
Brassica Alcohol (and) Brassicyl Valinate Esylate - plant derived conditioning ingredient from rapeseed oils
Macadamia esters - a light version of macadamia oil to create shine and softness naturally
Behentrimonium methosulfate (and) Cetyl alcohol (and) Butylene glycol - gentle plant-based conditioner to help reduce frizz and tangles and lock in moisture
Distearoylethyl Dimonium Chloride - plant-based conditioning ingredient to reduce static - COSMOS certified
Cetearyl Alcohol - plant-based thickener for texture and conditioning
Cocoa butter - healthy and softening hair conditioning ingredient (from the cocoa plant) for shiny locks.
Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride - guar bean (plant-derived) thickener and conditioner
Fractionated coconut - a lighter version of coconut oil that won't weigh down your hair but instead leave it lightly moisturized
Propanediol 1,3 - a corn and sugar derived moisturizer that reduces frizz
Cetyl Alcohol - non toxic plant based stabilizer and thickener
Cyclomethicone - a lightweight silicone for softness and shine that doesn't cause scalp issues and build up like dimethicone - washes out clean with our shampoo - based on silica a naturally occurring mineral
Vitamin B5 - a plant-derived version of the vitamin that naturally occurs in our hair and skin - helps with split ends
Phenoxyethanol (and) Caprylyl Glycol (and) Sorbic Acid - preservative to keep your bar fresh in the shower - paraben free
Essential oil blend - Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Mint - a clean and refreshing but light scent
Citric acid - preservative and pH adjuster - naturally found in citrus fruits
Do you have more questions? Email us at email@example.com and we'll answer your questions asap.
As always, free shipping in the USA.
All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning. No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.