What it does:
Conditioner bars work best together with your shampoo bars! It helps soften and bring back moisture to hair after using your shampoo bar.
How to use:
You can use it as a leave-on conditioner or wash it off with shampoo.
Step 1: Start with dry hair. Brush your hair to get rid of any tangles.
Step 2: Part your hair into 2 sections.
Step 3: Starting with the first section, rub the moisturizing bar on the middle and ends of your hair while gently twisting your hair downwards.
Step 4: Massage the product throughout your hair and lightly apply the product to your roots.
Step 5: Repeat the process on the other side.
Step 6: Enjoy your leave on conditioner!
If you plan not to use the moisturizing bar as a leave on conditioner, proceed with the following steps
Step 7: Wet your hair. Don’t rinse off the moisturizer just yet!
Step 8: Shampoo your hair with a shampoo bar.
Step 9: Rinse off the shampoo and moisturizer.
Step 10: Enjoy your healthy and moisturized locks!
Soap noodles, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Almond Oil, Aloe Vera Extract, Cinnamon Oil, Peppermint Oil, Sugar Cane Extract, Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Flavor/Scent, Food Colorant.
What else you need to know:
It takes around 2 weeks for your hair to fully adjust to the natural composition of shampoo bars, depending on your water’s hardness and the amount of chemicals your hair has been exposed to. Allow sometime to detox and don’t give up with just a few trials.
You can also try the Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) rinse after using the shampoo bar to remove any residue as it helps with the pH balance, de-tangles the hair, and adds softness. Let it settle for a few minutes before rinsing with cold water. You can do this by combining 1/2 cup ACV and 2 cups water, pour over hair and scalp and rinse with warm water.
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