Made with Calendula & Lavender infused Jojoba Oil !!!
Move over plastic conditioner bottles there's a new kid on the block.
To use the bar, you simply start by running it under the water for a few seconds to warm and slightly soften. Massage gently through your wet hair, being careful not to add too much. They’re highly concentrated and you’ll be surprised by how little you need when using a solid conditioner. If the bar begins to feel like it’s dragging at your hair, hold it under the water again for a few more seconds. Repeat this step as necessary. When your hair feels slightly slippery to touch, gently massage with the tips of your fingers or comb through to ensure that each strand is well coated. Rinse, style and celebrate your silky, shiny, smooth and bouncy hair!
What are they? Well, take a really fantastic hair conditioner; toss the bottle; toss the water, and what you’re left with are these salon-quality, silky-smooth, solid little bars of eco-friendly, travel-friendly magic.
What they do: They hydrate, moisturize, detangle, reduce static and smooth flyaways. They repair, protect, reduce frizz and add glorious shine to your locks. They also save you a ton of money!
What they don’t have: Bottles or excess packaging. Water. By eliminating most of the packaging, they ‘re so much better for the planet. By eliminating the water, your super-concentrated bar will replace 3-5 bottles of liquid conditioner.
What they do have: All of the deluxe, gentle, high-end ingredients found in the best conditioners on the market.
Who needs one? They’re perfect for every hair type or condition, including colour treated and/or heavily processed, dry, damaged and frizzy. And yes, they’re gentle enough for children. So, if any of these apply to you…you need one.
Ingredients: BTMS 50, BTMS 20, Cetyl Alcohol, Coconut Oil, Calendula & Lavender infused Jojoba Oil, Cocoa Butter, Argan Oil, Fragrance, Glycerin, Lux Glide N350 ( Diheptyl Succinate (and) Capryloyl Glycerin/Sebacic Acid Copolymer) (no silicone) , Panthenol, Silk Amino Acids, Honeyquat, beer, Vitamin E, Mica
Do not store the used bars in the tin can. Leave out on a drainer dish to dry in between uses. They will get soggy in the can and melt away. The tins are for traveling with them. Just make sure they are dried before putting back in.