Amla Shampoo Bar, 100 Gram

$170.00

AMLA SHAMPOO BAR. If you’ve ever had a bottle of shampoo leak inside your suitcase, you’ll know why having a solid shampoo bar sounds like a good idea. Great to use when traveling, they are easy to store and are a natural alternative to liquid shampoos. Most commercial shampoos use strong chemicals such as Benzoin and DEA (diethanolamide) together with harsh surfactants or foam boosters such as sodium laurel sulfate (SLS). SLS, often called a premium agent in soaps and shampoos, are used in personal-care products because they are very cheap and a small amount generates a large amount of foam. SLS however, was originally designed to clean floors and can be found in items like garage floor cleaners, engine degreasers, and car wash soaps. Being a strong degreaser SLS can irritate and dry your skin, hair and scalp leading to possible hair loss. Our shampoo bars use only pure plant oils which are nourishing, easily absorbed and are good for your skin and scalp. We do not use any animal fats, artificial fragrances, detergents or any chemicals that will strip the natural oils from your hair, so many people do not even need to use a conditioner. In the Handmade soap making process, oils and fats are combined with an alkali to produce soap and glycerin. Hand-crafted cold-process soap offers many unique benefits for your skin. Hand-crafted soap is made using a batch process using the highest quality, pure skin-loving oils such as apricot oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, sweet almond oil and hemp oil. Our soaps are naturally colored using various plants and spices. We also use wild- harvested healing herbs and heavenly smelling pure essential oils. Soap cleanses the skin while glycerin moisturizes it. Glycerin is naturally produced during the handmade cold process soap making method. Kilo for kilo glycerin costs more than soap which is why some soap manufacturers remove the glycerin from the soap and sell it to cosmetic manufacturers

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AMLA SHAMPOO BAR. If you’ve ever had a bottle of shampoo leak inside your suitcase, you’ll know why having a solid shampoo bar sounds like a good idea. Great to use when traveling, they are easy to store and are a natural alternative to liquid shampoos. Most commercial shampoos use strong chemicals such as Benzoin and DEA (diethanolamide) together with harsh surfactants or foam boosters such as sodium laurel sulfate (SLS). SLS, often called a premium agent in soaps and shampoos, are used in personal-care products because they are very cheap and a small amount generates a large amount of foam. SLS however, was originally designed to clean floors and can be found in items like garage floor cleaners, engine degreasers, and car wash soaps. Being a strong degreaser SLS can irritate and dry your skin, hair and scalp leading to possible hair loss. Our shampoo bars use only pure plant oils which are nourishing, easily absorbed and are good for your skin and scalp. We do not use any animal fats, artificial fragrances, detergents or any chemicals that will strip the natural oils from your hair, so many people do not even need to use a conditioner. In the Handmade soap making process, oils and fats are combined with an alkali to produce soap and glycerin. Hand-crafted cold-process soap offers many unique benefits for your skin. Hand-crafted soap is made using a batch process using the highest quality, pure skin-loving oils such as apricot oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, sweet almond oil and hemp oil. Our soaps are naturally colored using various plants and spices. We also use wild- harvested healing herbs and heavenly smelling pure essential oils. Soap cleanses the skin while glycerin moisturizes it. Glycerin is naturally produced during the handmade cold process soap making method. Kilo for kilo glycerin costs more than soap which is why some soap manufacturers remove the glycerin from the soap and sell it to cosmetic manufacturers

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