Hemp Shampoo Bars – Be part of the social evolution to zero waste living with our Quality hemp shampoo bars
Hemp Collective’s Lavender and Rose Geranium solid Shampoo Bar’s are made with Australian Hemp Seed Oil and is perfect for Dry and Normal Hair. Your Shampoo bar is balanced with Natural ingredients to give you an all-round fantastic Shampoo.
Your new hemp shampoo and conditioner bars are handmade in the Byron Bay Region with quality plant-derived ingredients that are palm oil free, made with Australian Hemp seed oil, zero waste, biodegradable, vegan friendly & conditioning for your hair + you know that by using our bars you are making a better choice for our planet.
Hemp Seed Oil is packed with Omega 3 and 6 with amino acids, and high in vitamin A and E to give you a cleansing, repairing and conditioning effect to the skin and hair (It’s like a super-food, but for your hair).
Cocoa Butter is another special ingredient that can help hold moisture in, full of antioxidants and is an excellent moisturizer.
Shea Butter Complements the entourage with excellent plant-based fatty acids and minerals. A truly must-have an ingredient that helps to nourish the hair and skin.
Alkanet Root powder to help strengthen your hair.
HOW TO USE
our new Shampoo bar is easy to use! Apply directly to your hair or lather in your hands and then wash it out. The best way to love your products is to keep the tin and bar dry when not in use, and try to avoid humid/wet conditions as this can soften the bar over time.
Our quality plant-derived ingredients are biodegradable, vegan-friendly, nourishing & conditioning for your hair + you know that by using our bars you are evolving to a ‘better world’ product!
Distilled water, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Lye* Castor Oil, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Australian Hemp Seed Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Rose Geranium, Essential Oil, Alkanet Root Powder.
We hope you enjoy our body care bar collections as much as everyone else has. Thanks so much enjoy your new bars.
Disclaimer: While hemp seed oil is legal in Australia, it is your responsibility to ensure it is legal in the country you are travelling in.