Bath Guide

All our bath bars, shampoo bars, and conditioner bars are vegan, contains no soap, no lye, no sulfates (SLS/SLES), no parabens, no silicones, no preservatives and artificial fragrances, each one lasting about 80 washes, with a 6mos shelf life. pH balanced at 5.5 to suit your skin and hair.

How to use:

1. Hair that has been exposed to excessive hair products and pollution and those with oily hair will benefit from a rinse before switching to a shampoo bar. Mix 2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar (available at any grocery store) into a cup of water and use to rinse your hair. You may leave this on for 3 mins. This is to ensure that oils and buildup are lifted from the hair and scalp, and the acidity of the rinse will also close and flatten the cuticle layer of the hair, reducing frizziness.

2. Wet hair and rub shampoo bar onto hair. For a more economical approach, work up a lather using the shampoo bar and your hand then work onto your hair. Shampoo bars are less foamy than shampoos, since we use gentle plant based surfactants. You won’t need a lot.

3. Rinse.

4. Do steps 2-3 but with the conditioner bar. Use only a little, as a small amount will give you the slip that you need.

5. It is recommended to do the apple cider vinegar rinse once a week to avoid buildup of sebum, pollution and other hair products. You will know that it’s time to do a rinse when hair feels greasy, heavy, or frizzy.


1.Is it safe for kids?
Yes, our ingredients are all found in commercially made baby shampoos.

2.My skin and scalp is itchy.
Transitioning from a commercially made shampoo and conditioner may leave your hair addicted to those products. Do an apple cider vinegar rinse (mix 2-4 tbsp of vinegar to 1 liter of water and rinse hair) to rid your hair of excess buildup from hair products, oil and pollution. Itching is a natural feeling when the acid mantle of your scalp tries to work to compensate for the acid layer that it is used to having from commercial products. Give it a couple of days to adjust.

You might also be allergic to some of the ingredients. People who are allergic to coconuts, chocolate, stearic acid, or have eczema, psoriasis or contact dermatitis may benefit from doing a patch test on a part of your skin.

3. It makes my bleached hair dry.
Bleach isn’t supposed to be on hair as it contains very toxic ingredients. And dryness is just one of the many damages that bleach has on hair. You may need a daily deep conditioning treatment with coconut oil. Otherwise, we won’t really recommend bleaching hair.


Please see each product for complete ingredients list.