Riverstone Naturals Shampoo Bar is made with 100% Organic ingredients providing a conditioning shampoo and body wash all in one bar! Great for normal, dry and oily hair, Shampoo Bar replenishes natural oils to rejuvenate hair and skin. Health Canada #0321520
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Availability date: 06/24/2016
With this product, you earn 100 URBeautyfull points. 100 points = USD $0.30.
Shelf Life: One year after purchase.
Store in a cool, dry location.
Made for you in our gluten-free, chemical-free, off-grid, straw bale home.
Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera) - Extra Virgin Organic Unrefined
Caster Oil – (Ricinus Communis) - Organic Unrefined
Jojoba Oil - (Simmondsia chinensis) - Organic Unrefined
Palm Oil (Elaeis guineensis) - Organic Unrefined Sustainably Grown *
Cocoa Seed Butter – (Theobroma cacao, chocolate nut tree) - Organic Unrefined
Grape Seed Oil - (Vitis Vinifera common grape vine) - Organic
Water (Aqua) - Rainwater
Lye – (Sodium Hydroxide)
* We at Riverstone Studios are committed to purchasing only Palm Oil that is only from a Certified Sustainable source, which must meet strict standards to ensure it is being produced in a way that is healthy
Does the Shampoo Bar lather like bottled shampoo?
We suggest you wet the shampoo bar and your hair then lather the bar in your hands or around your head until the shampoo is evenly dispersed to achieve a nice lather.
Do I need to use conditioner with the Shampoo Bar?
Made from natural and organic ingredients, Riverstone Naturals Shampoo bar contains organic castor seed oil for a rich lather, jojoba oil for softness, and cocoa butter for rich, luxurious hair and skin. The Shampoo Bar Soap moisturizes as it cleans requiring no additional hair conditioner or body lotion for dry skin.
If it moisturizes, will the Shampoo Bar leave my hair oily or greasy?
Depending on your hair, you may experience oil build up shortly after switching from commercial shampoo to ours. If this occurs, it is a sign that your body is re-balancing from the nasty chemicals that strip our hair of its natural oils that soften and maintain itself. If this does occur, after cleansing with the Shampoo bar, simply rinse with 1 ounce of apple cider vinegar or lemon juice to a cup of warm water through your hair - then rinse again with water. A freshly squeezed lime or lemon will also work well. This will remove any excess oils and leave your hair shiny and manageable.
Will the Shampoo Bar work for dry, frizzy hair?
Again, depending on your hair, time of year, and previous commercial conditioner, you may experience dry hair shortly after switching from commercial shampoo to ours. If this occurs, simply place a 1/4 teaspoon (1.5 ml) of extra virgin coconut oil on the palm of your hand. rub hands together and then run fingers through the tips of your hair. This will replace lost natural oils, remove frizz, and balance your hair in a healthy way as your body adjusts.
Can I wash my hair every day with the Shampoo Bar?
After switching to Riverstone Naturals Shampoo Bar, most people will find they only require washing their hair every 3-4 days or longer. Excessive shampooing may also result in residue buildup from the cocoa butter and jojoba oils in the shampoo bar. If this occurs, again, simply rinse with 1 ounce of apple cider vinegar or lemon juice to a cup of warm water through your hair - then rinse again with water. A freshly squeezed lime or lemon will also work well. This will remove any excess oils and leave your hair shiny and manageable.
What is the PH of your soap?
Each handmade batch of Riverstone Naturals Shampoo Bar is tested to ensure a PH scale between 7 and 8.
Will your soap sting my eyes?
Yes! Each handmade batch of Riverstone Naturals Soap is tested to ensure a PH balanced for your skin which has a different PH than your eyes so if soap gets into your eyes, it will sting!
Is this product registered with Health Canada?
Yes! This product is registered with Health Canada #0321520
The information on this page has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is based on our personal experience and research and is not to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.