Tallow Shampoo Bar Unscented - 4.5 oz bar

Tallow Shampoo Bar Unscented - 4.5 oz bar


Zero waste natural hair care is here!  Our Tallow Shampoo is packaged in a biodegradable wrap and carefully crafted using traditional soap-making techniques. We make them with purposeful and nourishing ingredients to deeply cleanse your hair.

Let the simple luxury and elegance of these Shampoo Bars surprise you while without adding plastics and chemicals that pollute our oceans.    

To use, wet hair and Shampoo Bar.  Lather with your hands first and then apply bar to hair, being sure to massage shampoo into scalp.  Rinse thoroughly.  Follow with our Herbal Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse or our Hair Conditioner Bar.   


New to using solid Shampoo?  When transitioning to a natural solid Shampoo Bar like ours, your hair may feel waxy at first.  That's because the silicone from synthetic shampoo is lifting from your hair and scalp.  This waxy feeling will go away after a few days of consistently using a Shampoo Bar.  For faster results shedding silicone residue, mix bentonite clay with apple cider vinegar to form a paste-like mask.  Apply to the scalp and allow it to completely dry.  Rinse with warm water.  


Note: Haircare is highly individual.  This type of shampoo is not an ideal product for everyone.  If it doesn't work well for your hair simply use it as an awesome soap for your body!


Unscented Tallow Shampoo: Organic apple cider vinegar, aloe vera juice, saponified grass-fed tallow, tucuma butter, organic argan oil, castor oil, silk peptides, honey, Dead Sea mud, kaolin clay, sodium lactate, and neem.


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