A perfect addition to your skin and hair care routine.
This pressed shampoo bare is made added Kaolin clay, Cocoa butter and Mandarin essential oils.
Gently fragranced with Orange and Ylang Ylang skin safe fragrances.
Sodium Coco-Sulfate*, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Sodium Lactate**, Kaolin, Citrus Reticulata (Mandarin) Peel Oil, Fragrance, Vegetable Gycerin, Phenoxyethanol***
Wet hair thoroughly, rub bar between hands or onto hair and scalp, when you are happy and lathered rinse well. A little goes a long way!!!
Follow with your choice of conditioner.
Store your shampoo bar away from moisture to prolong its life.
Here at Serenity Skin all of our products are handmade, we aim for a minimum weight for all of our products, due to the handmade nature our bar weights and colours vary between batches.
We DO NOT test on animals, ever. We test our products on ourselves and other willing humans
Do not ingest, for external use only
As with any new skin care product, please perform a patch test, if any adverse reaction occurs please discontinue use.
* This shampoo bar is made with Sodium Coco-Sulfate. Sodium coco-sulphate is an anionic surfactant which provides our pressed shampoo bars with a gorgeous dense, creamy foam. We only use the Palm Free version of this product. Meaning our Sodium Coco-sulphate is derived from coconuts.
** This shampoo bar contains Sodium Lactate, a salt product to assist in producing a harder longer lasting bar with great lathering properties.
*** This shampoo bar contains Phenoxyethanol, a broad spectrum preservative covering bacteria, mould and yeast. Preservative are unfortunately required in some of our products so that they remain safe to use and ensure you get the most out of your product. Phenoxyethanol is used at a rate of 1% of the total weight of your bar. This is the recommended safe amount. This product is synthetic. Interesting fact although the phenoxyethanol used in skincare products is synthetic, this chemical occurs naturally in green tea, just like parabens occur naturally in berries and other natural foods.