Shampoo Bars

Find a Natural Shampoo Bar that Nourishes Your Hair & Scalp

Say goodbye to harsh chemicals and hello to healthy hair with our handmade natural shampoo bars. Super rich with loads fluffy lather, the organic ingredients gently clean without stripping away protective oils.

Our Zero-Waste Shampoo Bars, handmade without synthetic ingredients, are 100% plastic-free and travel friendly.

Our shampoo bar recipes, formulated to meet the unique needs of different hair types, are carefully crafted using organic plant oils and butters, herbal infusions, and essential known to help nourish the hair and scalp.

Enjoy More Shine, Increased Volume, Less Frizz, and more Defined Curls when you switch from detergent shampoo to all-natural, bar shampoo.


More About Shampoo Bars:

What is a shampoo bar?

Shampoo bars contain all-natural conditioning shampoo in a solid bar form. They were previously used before liquid detergent shampoos and conditions were invented in the 1940s.


Although the process for making a shampoo bar is the same as making soap, our shampoo bar "recipes" are specially formulated with natural plant oils, butters, botanicals and essential oils that nourish your hair and scalp.


Is a shampoo bar good for hair? 

Absolutely, and you can't go wrong when you're choosing a selection of shampoo bars that are organic and natural. Although shampoo bars differ in their recipe, they share the common trait of being nourishing. They are specially formulated with natural plant oils, butters, botanicals and essential oils that nourish your hair and scalp.


Are you hesitant about using a natural shampoo bar? Here is our recommendation, give a sample bar a try! We have a huge selection of full-sized and sample-sized shampoo bars for different hair types, textures, and ingredient sensitivities. Wash your hair a few times and if you decide it is not for you, try another sample or go back to your original shampoo method. You can always use the shampoo bar as a body soap, hand soap, or travel bar.  


What are the benefits of a shampoo bar compared to bottled shampoo? 

Although conventional detergent shampoos undeniably clean the hair, they often strip away the vital natural hair and scalp oils, causing hair to dry out, leading to itchiness.

About Our Natural Shampoo Bars:
  • Made with fresh, sustainable, cruelty-free, fair-trade, and USDA organic ingredients
  • No artificial fragrance, color, preservatives, detergents, or foam boosters
  • Individual hair care needs are unique, each of our shampoo bars contain different blends of moisturizing oils and butters
  • Environmentally Friendly: Biodegradable and Plastic Free
  • Great for traveling, they won't leak and can be packed in carry-on luggage 

Regular use natural shampoos can help the hair to feel softer and smoother while enhancing its natural luster.

Please visit our Product Knowledge Base for tips to help choose a Natural Shampoo Bar.

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