This 100g shampoo bar is suggested for thin or oily hair, as it keeps the hair moisturised without leaving oily residues.
In addition to this, the lavender essential oil will keep you extra relaxed in the shower!
Olive oil: Highly moisturising and hydrating, highly penetrable, does not clog pores
Coconut oil: Moisturising, it penetrates well into hair follicles, reduces inflammation and is antioxidant
Castor oil: Highly moisturising, helps increase hair shine
Sweet almond oil: Nourishing, particularly good for dry itching skin
Jojoba oil: Helps with moisture retention and damage repair, easily absorbed
Glycerin: Naturally occurring in soap-like shampoo bars, as it is a byproduct of saponification, it has great moisturising properties
Please keep this soap on a soap dish and let it dry evenly to make it last longer
This product was made using 100% renewable energy!
100% recycled, unbleached cardboard. Recyclable and/or compostable.
Almond based glues used on packaging
Great for travelling
Helps reduce waste created by plastic shampoo bottles
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Why Lucy Loves
One of the main reasons I decided to stock these products was because I love the transparency of this brand, it is really refreshing to work with a brand that is so open about the processes of their products and their mission to reduce waste. The bars are all handmade and made with love. These smell and work wonderfully on a mix of hair types. These shampoo bars will help reduce the amount of plastic bottles which end up in landfill or our oceans.
Sodium Olivate (Olive oil), Aqua, Sodium Cocoate (Coconut Oil)*, Glycerin, Sodium Castorate (Castor Oil), Sodium Almondate (Sweet Almond Oil), Sodium Jojobate (Jojoba Oil), Mentha Arvensis (Peppermint) Leaf Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil.
Within Essential Oils: Linalool, Limonene
5% superfat: 5% of the oils contained in this shampoo bar are unsaponified, making it extra moisturising
About The Brand
At the beginning of 2016, I (Bianca) decided to try to create less waste after reading an article about US blogger Lauren Singer and her trash jar. Giulio decided to join me in this zero waste life attempt just a couple of months later, and when we moved in together shortly after, we committed ourselves to try to live as sustainably as we could. This does not mean that we do all that can possibly be done - rather, we believe that as perfection is impossible, doing your best with what you have and what you feel comfortable with is the way to go!
One of the main drivers behind Zero Waste Path is that it is usually very hard to find information about the waste that happens before a product gets to the consumer, and this is also true for many sustainable products. We therefore decided to create a company that wasn’t zero waste and sustainable only in the final packaging, but all along the production chain. We are huge fans of transparency, and we share all of our waste, practices and decisions.
We don't outsource anything - we manufacture all of our products in our workshop, we carefully select our suppliers and take care of every aspect of what we do. This is because we prefer to have direct control over as many aspects of our company as possible, and because we want to invest every earning in making more and better products and in providing a better service to all of you! In addition to this, as both of us are vegan and zero waste (well, trying!), you know that we will spend our profits in a responsible way with a focus on sustainability, human and animal welfare!