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.
- 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.
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