Bergamot & Sandalwood Shampoo Bar

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The Bergamot & Sandalwood shampoo bar has been handcrafted in Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. Essential oils are blended to create an earthy and woody scent, while the vitamin rich natural oils create a nourishing and conditioning lather. British seashells give texture for a beach-hair feel.

This earthy, woody scent with an enchanting floral top note takes inspiration from Dorset’s ancient woodlands. Essential oils and pigments harvested from the wood and roots of the Sandalwood tree and the Dyer's alkanet plant bestow a truly wildwood character. 

How to use: 

For best results rinse your hair and create a soapy lather by applying the shampoo bar directly to your scalp and hair, or by rubbing the bar between your hands. The more lather, the better the wash will be.  Massage the lather into your hair as you would a normal shampoo, then rinse thoroughly. Conditioner can be applied afterwards. 

For some people it can take a few washes to transition to shampoo bars, especially if you're used to synthetic mass-produced shampoos. This is because our shampoo bars don't strip your hair of their natural oils, but work with them. So your hair might feel slightly oily, dry or frizzy to start with, but give it a couple of weeks and hopefully it will work wonders for you too!

H7.5cm x W5.2 cm x D3cm
This soap contains processed seashells, not recommended for people with Shellfish Allergies. 
Soap Care:  when not in use, keep your soap out of water on a well-drained surface, such as a soap dish.

Sodium olivate (olive oil), Sodium cocoate (coconut oil), Sodium sunflowerseedate (sunflower oil), Aqua, Glycerin (naturally occurring), Sodium avocadoate (avocado oil), Sodium beeswax (beeswax), Scallop shell powder, Clay, Santalum album (sandalwood oil), Citrus bergamia (bergamot peel oil), Alkanna tinctoria (alkanet root extract), Linalol, Limonene.

Please note where we use natural oils, essential oils and clays in our handmade soaps there can be variation in colour and texture from bar to bar.