Our solid shampoo for dry hair is gloriously scented with sweet orange. It is manufactured by hand in the South of France, using only natural ingredients.
sodium cocoyl isethionate, stearic acid, kaolinite, argania spinosa (argan) kernel oil*, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, illite, decyl glucoside, lauryl glucoside, citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil*, limonene**, linalool**.
* labelled organic ** naturally present in the EO
// Explanation regarding the vegetable ingredients
Decyl glucoside*: gentle surfactant derived from coconut. A surfactant allows cleansing and lathering.
Sodium cocoyl isethionate: Other surfactant derived from coconut, produces a gentle and creamy lather.
Argania spinosa oil: Argan oil, emollient that softens the hair
Stearic acid: Derived from olive oil, it will solidify the shampoo.
Citrus aurantium dulcis peel oil expressed*: sweet orange EO for a tasteful perfume
Limonene et linalol*: Components of sweet orange EO that has to be stated on the label
* labelled organic
// Explanation regarding the mineral ingredients
Illite: Clay known for detoxifying and sanitising.
Kaolin White clay, gentle beauty care renown for is purifying and sanitising properties.
Contains EO. Does not suit pregnant or breastfeeding women or children under the age of 3.
Advantages of solid shampoo
- Last as long as two bottles of liquid shampoo
- Aims at zero waste
- Sulfate free
- Easy to use for travelling
Usage of solid shampoo
Just rub your fluted stick on very wet hair, it will immediately transform into an unctuous foam. Massage the hair and rinse thoroughly as you would do for your liquid shampoo!
Your questions answered: solid shampoo.
How do I keep my solid shampoo between two usages?
Think of your solid shampoo as if it were a bar of toilet soap. You can leave it on a saucer on the side of the bath or next to your normal soap in the shower. It is antibacterial so it cannot be soiled or dirty! Personally, I keep it in a washing net, hanging on the same hook as my konjac sponge. That way it dries easily.
How do I carry my solid shampoo when I take it to the gym or on holidays?
An empty face cream jar or an old yoghurt container closed with a piece of cloth and an elastic band are just the trick! When I know that the shampoo will not have had time to dry before going into my toiletry bag, like after a session at the gym, I like to put it in a washcloth. That way it remains aerated and can slowly go solid again.
Can I use my solid shampoo when going hiking?
As you read above, 100% of the ingredients that make it are natural. May they be vegetable or mineral, they come from nature. You can, therefore, use your solid shampoo on the top of a mountain or even in a river, you will create no pollution.
AIMS AT ZERO WASTE / NATURAL / VEGAN / MADE IN FRANCE