Our Watermelon Crush Bar is a perfect addition to your haircare routine!
Our Watermelon Crush Conditioner comes in a silver recyclable tin that is travel friendly and can be safely closed ready to be taken travelling or to the gym. Our conditioner bars are made to detangle your hair and make it smooth and shiny. However, remember! they are NOT soap bars and will not lather as much as your traditional bottled products due to the way they are pressed in the process of making.
Over a year, the average person throws away over 20 plastic shampoo & conditioner bottles. Zero-Waste shampoo bars are the perfect solution, packaged plastic free and developed with compostable & recyclable packaging. Shampoo Bars are the latest trend that are dramatically reducing the average persons plastic waste every year.
Some of the benefits of switching to shampoo bars aren’t just in the reduction of plastic but due to their more natural qualities, they can help increase hair volume, make your hair grow faster and provide you with more healthy hair!
➡ Each one lasts approximately four months with regular use (3 - 4 times per week).
How to Use:
Wet your hair with warm water, run water over bar; gently smooth the bar from hairline to crown, or work in little circles around your head, working all the way around your hairline. Massage in to the scalp and down the full lenght of your hair, paying close attention to the ends of the hair which can be dryer. Leave in for 2-5 minutes, comb through to release any tangles. Rinse well with warm water. For best results, start with our shampoo bars.
How to Store:
We recommend for our conditioner bars to be fully dried out before every use to avoid it losing its shape. This will help extend the life of your bar and help the bar stay solid and comfortable to use.
Ingredients: Glyceryl Stearate, Behentrimonium Chloride, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Polyglyceryl-4 Oleate, Glyceryl Oleate, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Watermelon Seed Oil & Fragrance Oil
*The allergens in lavender oil are geraniol, linalool, linalylacetate **they are naturally occurring
*MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF NUTS