Batch Shampoo Bar in Lemon and Limegrass

A zero waste shampoo bar that works! Zero Waste, Zero Plastic, Zero Worries!

These bars are super concentrated and one single bar can replace up to four bottles of liquid shampoo so they save you a ton of money, thank us later!

Our Lime and Lemongrass Essential Oil shampoo bar is formulated to effectively cleanse your hair whilst being gentle on your scalp. Made with refreshing, citrusy scents, coconut oil and shea butter.

We only use natural, gentle cleansers in our shampoo bars, that are derived from coconut oil and are completely biodegradable. Plus these bars are pH balanced, so no need to worry about any transition phase, or any waxy residues left in your hair! Instead this bar will leave your hair feeling fresh, clean and super soft. Our Lime and Lemongrass Shampoo Bar will provide you with a luxurious and invigorating hair treatment that lathers, cleans and rinses naturally. Our Lime and Lemongrass Oil Shampoo Bar Is designed help combat excessively oily hair and scalp while also adding a healthy lustre and shine. Lime and Lemongrass Essential Oil has many accepted benefits. It is thought to boost the fight against hair loss and increase circulation to hair follicles for stronger, healthier strands. Some people apply Lime and Lemongrass essential oil for hair growth as studies have found that the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties in lemongrass essential oil may help to significantly reduce the symptoms of dandruff and other scalp conditions.

This shampoo bar will not strip the natural oils from your hair and softens and conditions naturally.

100% Soap Free

PH Balanced

No Harsh Chemicals

Biodegradable

No animal ingredients

No animal testing

Suitable for all hair types. Available in 20g tester size or 65g regular size

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Batch Shampoo Bar in Lemon and Limegrass

  • Allergen Information: Citral, Citronellol, Eugenol, Geraniol
  • How to use our shampoo bars:
    Wet the bar and lather it in your hands. Apply the lather to the lengths of your hair and massage into the roots. Rinse thoroughly. Repeat if necessary.How to store your bar:
    To increase the life of your bar allow it to dry out fully between uses. We recommend either storing your bar on a piece of loofah in a soap dish, using a draining soap dish, or leaving your bar to dry out on a flannel.

 

Size

Regular size, Sample size

Ingredients

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Cetearyl alcohol, Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Cetyl Alcohol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Butyospermum Parkii, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Hydrolysed Silk Protein, Glycerin, Preservative Eco, Tetraphylla Seed Oil Sulfosuccinate, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, D-mixed Tocopherols concentrate, Essential Oil (See Tab), +/- Mica (See Tab)

Allergens Information

Limonene occurs naturally in essential oils, such as lime, lemongrass, neroli, grapefruit, tangerine, oakmoss, olibanum, peppermint, rose, sage and fennel. It can also be found in lemon rind.
Citral can be a colourless or pale, yellow liquid with a strong, fresh odour of lemon peel. Citral is widely found in essential oils such as bergamot, cardamom, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, lemon, lemongrass, lime, neroli, sweet orange, petitgrain, rose and red thyme. It is found as a constituent of essential oils in some of our products. Sometimes it is added in its synthetic form to give a fresh, lemon odour to perfumes or help to develop rose note in soap perfumery.
Linalool is used in floral fragrances. It occurs naturally in many essential oils. Linalool is a colourless liquid with a soft, sweet odour. It occurs naturally in many essential oils, such as tangerine, spearmint, rose, cypress, lemon, cinnamon and ylang ylang. It has a soft, sweet scent.
Citronellol It is a constituent of essential oils. These include rose, geranium, neroli, chamomile, tagetes, lemongrass, basil and lavender. Citronellol features broadly across our product ranges, occurring naturally in essential oils, meaning its sweet fragrance is found in many of our products.
Cinnamyl alcohol is a solid pale yellow compound with a pleasant hyacinth and cinnamon-like note. Cinnamyl alcohol gives a sweetness and persistence when blended with other compounds. It is a naturally occurring in cinnamon leaves and styrax. We sometimes add synthetic cinnamyl alcohol to our product to fragrance them with its green, spicy and floral odour.
Geraniol is a colourless liquid; it has a sweet, rose-like odour, with a hint of citrus Geraniol occurs naturally in essential oils, such as geranium, rose and lemon, and sometimes we add it to formulas in a synthetic form to fragrance with a floral touch.
Benzyl Salicylate is a liquid with a very light sweet, floral and balsamic aroma.Benzyl salicylate is a naturally occurring constituent of essential oils, including cananga and ylang ylang oils.Sometimes we add it in a safe synthetic version to fragrance products and for its fixative effect on floral scents, helping perfumes to last longer.
Linalool is used in floral fragrances. It occurs naturally in many essential oils. Linalool is a colourless liquid with a soft, sweet odour. It occurs naturally in many essential oils, such as tangerine, spearmint, rose, cypress, lemon, cinnamon and ylang ylang. It has a soft, sweet scent. Ho wood oil in used in some fragrances, which is linalool in its natural form, for the woody, sweet note it gives. Even when ingredients are naturally occurring fragrance constituents they are included in quantitative ingredients lists, this enables people to decide which product is right for them.
Sodium Laureth Sulfate Used primarily as a detergent cleansing agent. Can be derived from coconut. It’s considered gentle and effective as typically used in cosmetics products (typically facial or body cleansers and shampoos). Despite the name similarity, sodium laureth sulfate is NOT the same as sodium lauryl sulfate. The former is a milder cleansing agent due to a higher amount and different chemical structure of the fatty alcohols required to manufacture this cleansing agent. The safety of sodium laureth sulfate has been reviewed by numerous industry experts and deemed safe as used.
Propylene glycol is a clear, syrupy liquid, with no color, odour or taste. It is a synthetic liquid, completely soluble in water, which helps the skin to absorbs moisture. It also helps the hair to be soft and easy to brush. Because propylene glycol is usually derived from petrochemicals it was removed from most things and replaced by sorbitol and in 2017, a rapeseed oil-based source was found and the compound has been reintroduced into cosmetic products.
Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone is a safe synthetic compound used a lot in cosmetic to fragrance by reproducing the smell of violets, with a sweet and powdery touch. Ionones were discovered by Tiemann in 1893, changing the face of perfumery by giving an alternative to very rare, unaffordable or volatile flower oils. They are now used in different forms, including Alpha-Isomethyl, in almost every fragrance.
Amyl Cinnamal is a safe synthetic compound used a lot in cosmetic to fragrance by reproducing the tropical and sensual smell of jasmine.

Mica Information

French Mustard – Mica, CI 77891, Titanium Dioxide, CI 77491, Iron Oxide

Tangerine Dream – CI 77019, Mica, CI 77891, Titanium Dioxide, CI 77491, Iron Oxide

Hydranger – Mica, CI 77891, Titanium Dioxide, CI 77491, Iron Oxide, CI 77742, Manganese Violet

Iridescent Violet – Mica, CI 77891, Titanium Dioxide, CI 77491, Iron Oxide, CI 77742, Manganese Violet

Rose Red – Mica, CI 77891, Titanium Dioxide, CI 77491, Iron Oxide, CI 77742, Manganese Violet

Silver Green – Mica, CI 77891, Titanium Dioxide, CI 77288, Chromium Oxide Green

Sky Blue – Mica, CI 77891, Titanium Dioxide, CI 77007, Ultramarine Blue

Black – Mica, CI 77266, Carbon Black

Coffee Bean – Mica, CI 77491, Iron Oxide

Red – Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, CI 77891, Titanium Dioxide, CI 77491, Iron Oxide, Tin Oxide