*For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

">

Shower Naked Live Naked Be Naked

Cocoa Shea Shampoo Bar
  • Cocoa Shea Shampoo Bar
  • Cocoa Shea Shampoo Bar
Cocoa Shea Shampoo Bar - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.

Saponified Oil Ingredients:

  • cocoa butter - anti-aging
  • Shea butter - great for dry skin
  • coconut oil - removes dead skin cells
  • castor oil - protects against external pollutants

Additives:

  • beer - proteins from malt and hops condition hair and help repair damage, vitamin B complex and natural sugars in beer add body and shine
  • aloe juice - a natural hair conditioner with properties for regrowth and nourishing the scalp

Essential Oils:

  • lavender - promote hair growth, strengthen hair shaft, improve condition, help with dry scalp 
  • ylang-ylang - natural conditioner, reduce hair fall, and stimulates growth
  • rose geranium - oil balancing, promotes hair growth, light floral scent

Shampoo Bar Directions: Wet your hair and the shampoo bar.  Get the lather going in your hands and then transfer to hair (you can rub bar right onto head, but you'll notice that it leaves your hair hyper moisturized where it feels like you've been a styling mud in your hair.) Scrub your head and then rinse clean. There is often no need to use conditioner, as these bars are very emollient. If you feel it is TOO emollient (hair feels heavy) don't leave it on as long.

*Try an apple cider vinegar rinse in lieu of conditioner!

 

Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse:

1 part apple cider vinegar

2 parts water

Rinse well. Hair will be lighter and shinier. 

 **After switching to a shampoo soap bar your hair may feel slightly or moderately "icky" while your hair is adjusting to the change. This feeling might be caused by a buildup of ingredients found in commercial shampoos and conditioners being dissolved and removed from your hair.  Once they are all washed away, your hair will adjust. 

*For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.