Invigorating Tea Tree Sham~poo Bar
The lather is incredible, the bar is long lasting, I have shinier hair with zero buildup, and it’s all natural!
This is a great shampoo bar. The recipe contains a lot of castor oil, which always creates a rich and foamy lather. Coconut oil along with palm oil also adds to a fluffy lather.
Tea tree essential oil is an antiseptic and is also greatly known to help treat scalp conditions as dandruff and even head lice.
It stimulates new hair growth by removing dead skin cells from hair follicles.
I can ship pucks or rectangle bars. The rectangle bars i sometimes cut into halves which I prefer because its easier to handle in the shower while washing our hair.
SHAMPOO BARS are amazing, but I do have to say...
you do need to consistently use it for 1-2 weeks for your hair to adjust to natural soap. Some say they get a tacky feeling at first from using a bar shampoo, Well, I actually feel its from the buildup left over from your store bought shampoo. After a couple of weeks my hair felt like baby soft hair, manageable, shiny and very silky feeling. You must always rinse your hair in as cool to cold water, it help prevent frizzy hair.
Shampoo Bars will clean your hair without stripping the natural oils out of it - leaving it clean and refreshed. Use an Apple Cider vinegar after helps to restore the pH of the hair and close the cuticles, but its entirely up to you to use this or not. I use this rinse maybe once a week.
HOW TO USE BAR:
1. Wet your hair and the Shampoo Bar.
2. You can either rub the bar between your hands to create some lather, or do as I do and rub the bar onto your hair. I usually start from front to back several times, then scrub & wash as normal.
3. I try to leave it alone for a couple of minutes then rinse with clean water.
4. I believe you should always use a apple cider vinegar rinse afterwards. They tell me its to close your hair cuticles. Your last rinse should be with water as cold as you can stand.
*Rinse Recipe * 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water is what I use* With soap being alkaline the vinegar being acidic they counter balance each other and leave the hair a lot shinier and easier to manage. You can add more water if needed. Work with it till you get the right mix