Shampoo Bar - Woodsman
REGULAR SHAMPOO VS. NATURAL SHAMPOO
If you used to wash your hair with regular shampoo in the past, you may not be immediately satisfied with the natural alternative after the first wash. This is because your hair has become accustomed to silicones that are present in regular shampoos. Silicones put a layer over your hair, making it feel smooth and shiny, but at the same time, it closes your hair and has no chance to breathe. Natural hair soap washes this silicone from your hair and before it has completely disappeared your hair can feel greasy. Therefore, give your hair and scalp a chance to “kick-off” from regular shampoo for two weeks and ensure that it can regain its natural function. After this, your hair will look healthy, full and radiant! If you are still not convinced after two weeks, you can still use it as body soap because it contains many delicious and nourishing ingredients for the skin.
A great way to help you along is making your own ACV Hair Rinse, which gently cleanses the scalp and conditions your hair. It removes build-up and impurities from the hair, increases softness and shine, and restores the natural pH balance of your scalp.
- Compostable packaging
- 100% natural
- Vegan & cruelty-free
- Free from parabens & sulfates
- Handcrafted in the UK
Oleo europaea (olive oil), Aqua (Water), Oleo Cocos Nucifera (Coconut), oleo elaeis guineensis (organic sustainable palm oil)*, Sodium Hydroxide, Oleo Ricinis Communis (Castor), Prunus dulcis (Sweet almond oil), mentha piperita (peppermint), Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil
*The palm oil used in this product comes from a certified sustainable source.
ABOUT THE BRAND
Founder Iain, who also has a great beard himself, was tired of searching for the perfect beard products for a wonderfully smelling and itch-free face. So for all bearded men, with smooth faces and mustachioed men from all over the world, he invented Norse and created handmade care products full of oils, wax and salve with natural ingredients and essential oils.