Shampoo bar is currently the most popular hair wash. Everyone wants to try it. This eco-friendly, natural shampoo fits the zero waste lifestyle, that’s for sure. Because it’s quite a new thing, it arouses many doubts. We answer all questions about a shampoo bar. Read on!
Are shampoo bars and soap bars the same thing?
Nope, they are not. They are different products but are both designed for hair washing. The effect differs. Soap-based bars have different pH and upset the balance of the scalp, and may leave the hair dry and stiff.
Does a shampoo bar really cleanse hair and scalp?
Absolutely! It works like traditional shampoos and is based on special washing agents including very mild Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sodium Coco Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. They are gentle on the scalp, nature-derived, and have cleansing and lather-forming properties.
Is a shampoo bar as effective as traditional shampoos?
No need to worry because it works great or even better than regular shampoos. Natural shampoo bars are rich in conditioning substances (mostly oils, plus plant extracts, vitamins, minerals, and cosmetic clay for greasy hair shampoos). Thanks to the components, they give better results, nourish the hair and scalp, and they maintain the natural scalp pH.
How to use a shampoo bar?
Piece of cake! Dampen your hair and the bar to create lather as if you were washing your hands. Apply it on the scalp and hair and keep massaging. You can also rub a shampoo bar on the hair (don’t do it against the hair). Naturally, you need to rinse it off like any other shampoo.
How to store a shampoo bar?
To keep your shampoo bar from melting, you must keep it dry so it will last you longer. Shampoo bars often come with soap dishes – make sure your container is free from water before you put the dry bar in it.
Does a shampoo bar last long?
Very long! A shampoo bar may last you even up to 70 uses! Minimum two-month use is guaranteed. Many shampoo bars work for body wash too. They are eco-friendly, made from natural ingredients and rarely cause allergic reactions. They seem to be flawless! The last argument for trying a shampoo bar is its travel size. It takes very little space in your bag!