Ingredients: organic hemp glycerin, activated charcoal, sage, tea tree, rosemary, peppermint essential oils.
Product comes in a 6.5oz bar (hand-cut so roughly 6.5oz)
This refreshing Man soap leaves you feeling clean and wakes you up with amazing scents!
Storytime: So my husband loves to use my products but came to be with a special request......." can you please make a Man Soap so I don't smell like a flower?" :-) So he went to my cupboard and picked out the ingredients and here we are..... Man Soap.
Natural shampoo bars are easy to use! If you are new to shampoo bars, finding the right bar and using the best technique for your hair can help in a successful transition from synthetic shampoo to natural shampoo bars. Since natural shampoo bars are so gentle, it may take a while to remove all of the silicones and petroleum-based products used on your hair for years. If you do not lather and rinse really well, you will have areas that remain coated with the soap oils and synthetic shampoo residue, which will make your hair feel “gummy.” The simplest way to prevent this is to fully lather and rinse your hair multiple times!
Soaps can be put in a soap dish or rack allowing drainage of water, preventing bars from sitting in water will keep them from softening and dissolving.
Lakota Made's Shampoo & Body Bars are made without added preservatives or harmful chemicals, such as parabens, sulfates, formaldehyde, and synthetic fragrances. Our eco-friendly bars are also free of microplastics and plastic packaging, making them good for both your body and the environment!
How to use a Lakota Made Shampoo & Body Bar as a shampoo
- First, make sure that your hair is thoroughly wet.
- Gently rub the shampoo bar directly onto your hair from scalp to ends in a combing and/or circular motion. Continue to add water as you create the lather. (To prevent tangles, be sure to always work from the top down, don't pile your hair on your head, and use your fingers like a comb, not a mixer.)
- Lather up your hair fully, then be sure to rinse, rinse, rinse!!! Especially if your hair is new to using a shampoo bar, you'll want to fully lather and rinse two or possibly three times.
- The rinsing should take longer than the washing and lathering time. If your hair is long or thick, lift up sections of your hair to ensure that all of the shampoo bar residues are rinsed clean. Also, pay special attention to rinsing the middle back of your head and the nape of your neck, as these are common trouble spots.