Our Coconut solid conditioner bar has been awarded Editor's Choice in the Beauty Shortlist Awards 2022 and it's a great partner to go with our shampoo bars, and smells delicious!
Follow after shampooing to detangle and condition your hair. Simply wet the bar and rub between your hands then lightly run the bar from roots to tips to ensure an even spread. Comb through if desired and then rinse thoroughly.
These bars contain Plant Keratin and Panthenol to nourish and strengthen hair along with Cocoa Butter, Rice Bran Oil and emulsifying wax (which is a necessary ingredient in all conditioners). Also included is Coconut Fragrance Oil reminiscent of summer holidays.
Solid conditioner bars are the perfect solution to reducing single use plastic and an easy option to take with you on your travels. All our bars are wrapped in vegan friendly paper, printed with eco inks but you have the choice of wrapped or unwrapped (naked) when ordering. You will receive one bar, choose between small (minimum weight 40g) or go Large with an 80g bar. The 40g bars last me around 2 months, using 3 times per week on long hair.
Look after your bar to ensure it lasts as long as possible. Keep it out of water when not in use, a soap dish or wire rack in your shower is ideal. If you're travelling with your bar then check out our circular travel tin.
Our products are produced in a nutty environment so please bear this in mind for any nut allergies.
Theobroma cocao (cocoa butter), ehentrimonium methosulfate (emulsifying wax), Cetyl Alcohol (emulsifying wax), Oryza Sativa (rice bran oil), Panthenol, Plant Keratin, Parfum
Available naked, accompanied with an ingredients label.
Available wrapped in paper deli wrappers printed with vegan inks (home compostable/recyclable).
Compostable/Recyclable paper labels printed with vegan inks.
All external packaging for posting is paper, card and paper tape (100% recyclable and/or compostable).
Vegan and cruelty free
Palm oil free
Handmade in the UK
Made using 100% renewable energy
Made using zero waste production methods