Cyril's Soap Shed have combined some amazing hair loving oils, along with their goats milk to create a solid shampoo bar. It is 100% natural, and leaves hair feeling cleansed and conditioned. Subtly fragranced with Lavender, Rosemary and Geranium Essential Oils.
How to use a Shampoo Bar
Shampoo bars can take a bit of getting used to, and it may be a few days, or even weeks before you see the results. But they are worth it! Gently rub wet the shampoo bar directly onto your hair from scalp to ends in a combing motion. Cover each section of your hair. Gently massage scalp and hair, adding more water as needed, until a good lather forms. Alternatively you can lather it up in your hands, and massage into your scalp and hair. Depending on your hair type, you may need a little conditioner on the tips of your hair, or use an apple cider rinse after washing with the shampoo bar. this will remove any greasy residue from a naturally different pH balance to commercial shampoos.
Ingredients: Sodium Cocoate (Coconut Oil), Goats Milk, Sodium Olivate (Olive Oil), Sodium Wheatgermate (Wheatgerm Oil), Sodium Castorate (Castor Oil), Sodium Jojobate (Jojoba Oil), Sodium Cocoabutterate (Cocoa Butter), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender Essential Oil), Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium Essential Oil), Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary Essential Oil) Citral*, Citronellol*, Geraniol*, Limonene*, Linalool*
* Naturally Occurring in Essential Oils
Just natural loveliness - no palm oil, parabens, SLS/SLES, artificial fragrance, synthetic colours or animal testing. 100% suitable for vegetarians. All packaged in a recyclable cardboard box of course!
Cyril's Soap Shed
When the goats in Catherine's smallholding started kidding, they produced more milk than the kids, butter, cheese, yoghurt and ice-cream could handle, so Catherine came up with the idea of making soap - waste not, want not!
Their soaps are still handmade in her grandfather Cyril's old shed but sold all over the UK, including in National Trust shops. Each soap takes up to 4 weeks to make.