Amla is an ingredient used for hair care by the ancient traditional indian medicine Ayurveda for centuries. It works amazingly for hair prone to dandruff and scalp irritation. Amla is commonly knowns as the Indian Gooseberry and is rich in nutrients and vitamins promoting hair growth and a healthier scalp and hair.
This plastic free shampoo smells lovely and sweet and will leave your hair feeling looked after.
Tip: use a soap dish to store the bar, as it will last longer that way.
Never used a shampoo bar? Click the link to learn how to wash your hair with a shampoo bar, by watching a video of Charlie showing you step-by-step how it's done.
Sodium Cocoate (coconut oil), Sodium Castorate (castor oil) Sodium Olivate (olive oil), Sodium Palmate (certified sustainable palm oil), Aqua, Glycerine, Sodium Grapeseedate (grapeseed oil), Sodium Canolate (rapeseed oil), Sodium Neemate (neem oil), Sodium Avocadate (avocado oil), Coconut Milk, Phyllanthus Embilica (amla powder), Citrus Sinensis (orange), Citrus Limonum (lemon), Cananga Odorata (ylang ylang) Citral, Eugenol, Isoeugenol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Salicylate, Anisyl Alcohol, Citronellol (within the essential oils).
WHO ARE THE FUNKY SOAP SHOP?
Funky Soap Shop is a small business located in the heart of London (UK), dedicated to crafting high quality, healthy and effective plastic free skin and hair care products that will nourish your skin and be kind to our planet. Their mission is simple: use the power and simplicity of nature to cleanse, soothe, heal and protect your skin.
They have been making and selling handmade soaps from a small market stall for a long time now. During the last few years they decided to offer them to a wider audience and the company has grown from there. Now they have a small workshop in East London from where they innovate.
All their plastic free soaps and shampoos are made from only 100% natural ingredients. They use pure oils and butters, and the cold process method to create the soaps and shampoos. And better yet, there is no plastic bottle.