Charcoal Mint Shampoo Bar for Oily Hair

$12.00

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The shampoo bar is made with plant-based active ingredients in each formulation to gently rinse off impurities and product build-up without disrupting the scalp’s natural balance.

Just two words: refreshing and detoxifying! The charcoal mint shampoo bar helps you to unclog the pores in your scalp and promotes hair growth by giving your scalp a collagen boost. It is also good for oily hair.

Product Details
Size – 25g lasts for an estimate of one month. This is dependent on your hair length and how often you shower as well.

How to Apply
1. Rub the shampoo 4-5 times directly onto your wet hair, or lather it between your hands and apply onto the scalp.
2. Gently massage it into your scalp and work it into a nice lather.
3. Rinse out as per normal and let the bar air dry between uses to prolong its use, on a soap keeper.

Sustainability 
100% Plastic Free Packaging. 25g of shampoo replaces around 96ml of liquid shampoo.

Ingredients

Montmorillonite Clay (Volcanic Ash): Unclogs pores on the scalp

Acacia Concinna (Shikakai) Nut Powder: High vitamin C content which promotes hair growth by giving your scalp a collagen boost

Melia Azadirachta (Neem) leaf extract: Packed with antioxidants and is antifungal and antibacterial

Activated Charcoal: Binds to toxins for effective detox

Full Ingredient List: Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (derived from Coconut), Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (derived from Coconut), Organic Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Montmorillonite Clay (Volcanic Ash), Organic Acacia Concinna (Shikakai) Nut Powder, Organic Melia Azadirachta (Neem) leaf extract, Organic Activated Charcoal (derived from Coconut Husk)

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About Brand
The Sustainability Project reuses used and/or unwanted packaging materials to pack orders without compromising protection. Since 2018, they saved 4,000 pieces of packaging from going to the landfill. Instead of the usual plastic packaging, they use baking or parchment paper instead for our soaps and shampoo bars. Zero Waste Packaging Initiative, where they aim to save 20,000 pieces of packaging by 2025. They do this by collecting used or unwanted packaging from our customers, family and friends, and redistributing them to businesses or individuals to use. So far, they have 42 businesses on board.