We all want to do our part to help save the
planet. If you are looking to clean up your cosmetics,
one small step that can make a positive impact on both our earth and even your
hair routine, is switching from plastic bottle liquid shampoo to a solid
shampoo bar. Its the alternative that’s practical, earth-friendly, and doesn’t
compromise on the quality your hair needs to thrive.
Tulsi paste and powder has been used in Ayurvedic herbal and cosmetic products for centuries. There are very few homes in India without it in their bathroom essentials. Loaded with phytonutrients, essential oils, Vitamin A and C, it is traditionally used for its purifying, detoxifying, and cleansing properties.
Skullcap has been in use as a natural herbal treatment for skin throughout Asia in Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years.
Daisy infused oil is well known for it's cleansing, regenerating and antioxident benefits. Alongside the other herbs in this shampoo bar, this combination packs a therapeutic punch!
Frankinsence is renowned for it's calming and rejeuvenating scent, but nutrients in the resin infused oil may also help to soothe hair follicles and the scalp.
Using all of these ingredients together in a shampoo makes perfect sense and takes the bar beyond simply 'washing' the hair. Calming and nourishing the skin and hair to leave you feeling like you have had a spa treatment in your own bathroom!
Start by brushing your dry hair from scalp to tips to distribute your natural oils. It’s important to wet your hair before adding the shampoo.
You will not only wash out all the dirt from your hair, but you will also then
use less of the product when your hair is really wet.
Then simply pass the shampoo bar under the shower to dampen and rub a little on your hands.
You can either create some suds by rubbing the
bar together in the palm of your hands or rub it directly onto your hair. Rub across the top of your head, then move down the sides and around the base of your head back up to the front. If you have long hair apply some to the ends otherwise work it through.
This first wash simply cleans, don't expect the same lather you may normally have from your old shampoo. Simply work it into the hair and rinse out.
The second wash with the shampoo is for the scalp. All to the top, back and sides of your head and use your fingers to work the shampoo into the scalp.
Make sure you gently massage your whole head and then work your fingers through your hair to the ends.
Rinse through the hair to remove any residue. Your hair may feel different, this shampoo doesn't strip the hair so the texture is different.
To support the ph of the skin and scalp I like to use Kombucha or Apple Cider Vinegar as my hair conditioner. As the shampoo bar contains oils it is helpful to keep the conditioner light. The vinegar also helps to cut through any excess oil or waxes on the hair or scalp.
Simply add 1-2tbsp of vinegar to a cup and fill the rest of the cup with water from the shower. pour slowly over head and massage into the roots and to the ends. Simply rinse and go!
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