Yes, our shampoo and conditioners should suit –
- Normal hair
- Dry hair
- Combination of dry and normal hair
- Limp hair
- Curly hair
- If you are a Swimmer or surfer
- Coloured, treated or brittle Hair
- Dandruff or itchy scalp
Your 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.
Yes you do. The reason is that the shampoo will open your hair follicle and then the Conditioner will seal or close the follicle. It’s best to use both even if it’s not from our range.
Simply wet the conditioner bar then apply directly to your hair from root to tip a few times. Massage into your hair – leave it in or rinse out with water.
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. Use a soap tray, dish or soap saver. If you can keep the bars and tin relatively dry it’ll extend their life.
Amazing! Our bars contain only natural essential oils. Think of the scent you love and that will be the smell.
Yes, you sure can. Our bars are cruelty-free plus they are made with vegan-friendly ingredients.
Our Shampoo Bars are 100% Palm Oil Free.
There is one small ingredient in our Conditioner bar that uses a component of RSPO certified sustainable palm oil when created.
Yes, of course, please pop into Hemp Collective HQ- Mullumbimby Unit 2 6 – 8 Burringbar St Mullumbimby. It’s at Byron Community College.
Yes we do. Please register as a wholesaler on our website under wholesaler.
Yes, please get in touch with Maxine at email@example.com
Almost. Our aim is to reduce as much plastic as we can and be a socially responsible business. We haven’t found a replacement for our waterproof stickers on our reusable tin!
When we ship your products the satchels are from the Better Packaging Co (home-compostable or fast-biodegrading post-packs) and our products are wrapped in tissue paper (as we hate bubble wrap).
We are trying to become totally plastic-free and are 90% there!