These delicious smelling shampoo bars are handmade right here in Seattle! They are chock full of wonderful ingredients, starting with a base of babassu oil, chamomile-infused sunflower oil. Our soap maker tells us they have a bit of a cult following at her farmer's market stand!
They are palm oil free, paraben- and sulfate-free, and scented with essential oils. Most of the ingredients are organic as well! The only animal product in them is the raw honey, which is from a small, organic local beekeeper in Everett.
Sunny grove is scented with lemon, lemongrass and tea tree essential oils and is reminiscent of a bright sunny day. Refresh is more herbal and refreshing, scented with basil, peppermint and rosemary essential oils.
Use and care
Use it just as you would a bar of soap, massaging into your scalp. It will create a sudsy lather, and each one is packed full of plant based goodness to leave your hair silky and shiny.
Each bar is approximately 5 oz.
Palm oil free, sulfate free, paraben free.
Sunny Grove: Organic babassu oil, chamomile-infused sunflower oil, organic shea butter, castor oil, olive oil, organic rice bran oil, organic coconut oil, raw honey, organic lemon essential oil, organic lemongrass essential oil, and tea tree essential oil.
Refresh: Organic babassu oil, chamomile-infused sunflower oil, organic shea butter, castor oil, olive oil, organic rice bran oil, organic coconut oil, raw honey, organic basil essential oil, organic peppermint essential oil, and organic rosemary essential oil.
Wrapped in compostable paper made from the bark of the Daphne bush, which is a renewable resource. The paper is acid free and naturally dyed. The labels are locally printed.
Handmade by a woman-owned small business in Seattle, WA.
She chooses organic ingredients whenever possible. She sources her honey from a very small, local family in Everett; they are organic and the honey is raw and unpasteurized.
The paper used to wrap the bars is from a Seattle company called Of the Earth. It is a handmade Lotka paper made from the bark of the Daphne bush which regenerates naturally providing a renewable resource and is acid-free and naturally dyed. Her labels are also printed by a local company.