Shampoo Bar - Blossom

$14.99

Naturally made and sustainably sourced, this Blossom Shampoo Bar celebrates the beauty of Mother Nature in more ways than one. A unique blend of nutrient-rich fruit and plant oils and extracts work in perfect harmony to leave you with hydrated hair that is free of tangles and build-up. Even better, this zero waste shampoo features vitamin-packed ingredients like Hemp Seed Oil, Abyssinian Oil, and Jojoba Oil - leaving you with luscious, voluminous hair that is healthier than it ever has been before. 

A bold blend of scents like fresh-cut sandalwood, plumeria, and citrus create an understated floral fragrance that is equal parts sweet and earthy. 

Highlights: 

    • This bar is best for all hair types and is safe for colored hair.
    • Lemon Peel & Lemon Juice actively clean your hair and pores, gently stripping away residue buildup from styling products and hard water.
    • Cranberry Seed Powder may help treat scalp issues, is high in Vitamin E which helps with shine and strength, and is full of essential minerals and omegas!
    • Hemp Seed Oil promotes full, thick, healthy strands, and helps prevent hair loss.
    • Jojoba oil helps prevent dandruff, breakage, and has anti-bacterial properties to keep your scalp healthy and clean
    • Abyssinian oil protects against irritants, contains omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, and vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, and E!
    • Silicone free, paraben free, and no fillers or preservatives!
    • Vegan, cruelty free, palm oil free, plastic free packaging, zero waste, and greywater safe.
    • Each 3oz bar is equivalent to 2-3 16oz bottles of liquid shampoo
    • Handmade in the USA
    • Great for traveling - TSA approved

    How to use: Simply hand lather and shampoo hair or massage bar directly to hair and scalp; rinse and follow with conditioning bar. Each bar will last around 75+ washes (may vary!). Store out of water stream on a dry soap dish.

    Ingredients: sodium coco sulfate, lemon juice, powdered lemon peel, coconut oil, jojoba oil, cocoa butter, hemp seed oil, essential oil blend, rapeseed oil, abyssinian oil, natural coloring from cranberry seeds.

    Why do we use SCS?

    SCS is a mild cleanser derived from coconuts. The SCS we use is very high quality & is basically a whole food version, which results in longer fatty acid chains which cannot enter your pores to potentially cause drying or irritation. SCS plays a crucial role in our bars because it removes the buildup of dirt and old oils that harbor bacteria which can lead to dandruff. Sulfate-free bars do the opposite and can cause an excess of buildup (as it is not removed) resulting in scalp issues. You would also need to use additional products such as a hair rinse with sulfate-free bars. What really makes our bars different is that the ingredients are extremely high quality, unlike some brands, who mass produce and source ingredients from China. 

    Packaging: Each Bar comes packaged in a 100% compostable, recyclable, and biodegradable cardboard box with water-based ink.

    Customer reviews:

    Customer Reviews

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    Anonymous
    Which bar did you purchase?: Seaside
    How would you describe your hair?: Wavy (Fine//Some Waves)
    What are your largest concerns when it comes to your hair? : Lack Of Volume, Oil/Grease
    Great for my oily hair

    Smells so good and at first I was skeptical because of how smooth it lathers I figured it had too many oils in it which usually doesn’t help my oily hair, but it works amazing!! It leaves my hair feeling so fresh and cleansed

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    Hilary Stroud
    Which bar did you purchase?: Blossom
    How would you describe your hair?: Wavy (Fine//Some Waves)
    What are your largest concerns when it comes to your hair? : Lack Of Volume, Thinning Hair, Greying
    shampoo bar and conditioner

    I was very excited by the results of using the shampoo bar and conditioner because my hair was so soft but not frizzy. I have hard well water and had tried another brand of bar but ended up with stickiness in my hair with that one but this one was wonderful and I am going to spread the word to friends and family.

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    Laura LaChance
    Which bar did you purchase?: Simply
    How would you describe your hair?: Straight (Thin/Fine)
    What are your largest concerns when it comes to your hair? : Damage, Greying
    Lots of suds!

    This shampoo bar is the best I’ve used. It suds and washes out, leaving my hair clean and full of body.

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    Jessica
    How would you describe your hair?: Straight (Thick/Course)
    What are your largest concerns when it comes to your hair? : Frizz, Damage, Greying
    Oasis may be a new fav

    I’ve used a variety of the shampoo bars and love them all, but I’m trying Oasis for the first time and it is soooo dreamy! It lathered up so thick and smooth, and my hair felt so healthy today despite not being cut in way too long. So glad I decided to try a new one!

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    Jaslyn
    Which bar did you purchase?: Earth
    How would you describe your hair?: Straight (Thin/Fine)
    What are your largest concerns when it comes to your hair? : Dryness, Frizz, Lack Of Volume, Oil/Grease, Thinning Hair
    New eco obsession !

    I'm not one to write reviews b/c I'm lazy AF but I cannot stop obsessing over the Oasis shampoo bar. Its smell is so addictive! Whenever I walk by my bathroom, I can still smell the residual smell of the bar. Unfortunately, the smell does not transfer as strongly to your hair/scalp .. it's a lot more subtle. I find myself looking forward to shampoo day b/c the scent is so relaxing :) Otherwise, the bar lathers extremely well! I use and keep the bar in the sisal straw bag. I've only ever used Earthling Co in the past and would say that this bar lathers equally well. I think I prefer this bar over Earthling Co b/c it leaves my hair just a bit more soft/less frizzy. One thing I did notice was that it tends to melt and get soft easy despite my precautions of placing it in a dry, well-ventilated, draining tray after. It's not really a big deal currently as the melted portion of soap gets trapped in the straw sisal bag and I can still lather the product.