<![CDATA[The Black Cat Soap House - Blog]]>Fri, 15 Oct 2021 04:45:20 +0000Weebly<![CDATA[Top Tips for Tip Top Feet!]]>Sat, 27 Mar 2021 20:28:27 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/march-27th-2021
I don’t know if you’re anything like me, but my feet always need some extra care and attention when spring  comes around. I hate cold feet and so they spend most of the year snuggled up in cosy socks and boots. When they eventually see the light of day, they look a bit sad!
Over the past few years I’ve worked out a routine which I use to get them back into shape in time for sandal weather and to keep them feeling soft and comfortable until they get hidden away again!!! Here are some tips:

 1. Wash your feet every day. Using a soap which contains anti-bacterial and anti-fungal essential oils is good if you suffer from smelly feet, athletes foot or have fungal nail infection. Tea tree oil is great! Peppermint and Lavender are too.  

 2. Once you’ve washed your feet, if you have hard, dry skin patches, gently use a pumice stone to rub away the dead skin. Do this while your feet are still wet. Don’t overdo it though as you may end up with sore feet. It’s best to use it gently and regularly.

 3. Now's a good time to cut your nails too. Keep them trimmed and short. Short nails are less likely to crack, split and get infected.

 4. Follow up with some rich cream rubbed into your feet, toe nails and ankles. 

 5. This is a great opportunity to give your feet a lovely massage and it’ll help relieve any aches and pains too. I use Shea Butter which is full of vitamins and deeply nourishes and repairs the skin. Using the shea butter with anti-bacterial essential oils can help keep your feet feeling fresh and clean and help with those conditions mentioned above. I love using minty oils when my feet are feeling hot and tired. Cedarwood oil is wonderful if your feet and shins are feeling achy. 

 6. I have found that the important thing is to do this on a regular basis.

 7. I follow these steps at night to give the oils lots of time to absorb into the skin and usually put on a clean pair of socks to prevent the oils rubbing off onto the sheets. Using the Shea Butter with essential oils  at bedtime has an extra bonus - it can help you get a good night's sleep too.

 8. Adapt the steps above to fit in with your own routine.

Check out our Fantastic Feet Collection to find everything you need.

Follow these steps regularly and you'll want to get your shoes off at every possible opportunity!!
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<![CDATA[Towards a Circular Economy]]>Thu, 25 Feb 2021 19:47:47 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/towards-a-circular-economy
We were really excited in January to be featured in the local Courier!

It all started in December when we signed up to join an online meeting organised by 
Sustainable Kirriemuir to hear about the support offered to local businesses by Circular Tayside, an initiative helping people identify circular economy opportunities within their businesses. This led to ....

 a one to one session in which we drilled down into our own practices, focusing on the things we are already doing to reduce waste and identifying areas that we can try to improve. To be honest, although we'd heard the term "circular economy" we hadn't really thought too much about how it applied to us. 

​A circular economy is all about keeping existing products and materials in circulation for as long as possible. It was great to find out that many of the things that we do in our business actually make it a good example of a circular business! You can read the article here.
So what are some of the things we do to reduce waste?
Here are just a few:
  • We sell most of our soaps and shampoo bars as “naked” slices  and we have a lower price for bars which are bought in this way.
  • Our creams and oils are sold in glass jars & bottles with aluminium lids, our information leaflets are printed on recycled paper, all the wrapping / packaging can be composted and/or recycled
  • we can take back your empty jars & lids which we'll wash, sanitise and reuse. Further details here.
  • we use an electricity supplier which provides energy from 100% renewable sources
  • we reuse old cardboard boxes and packaging to send out our orders
If you'd like to see a much longer list of the things we do to reduce waste, please visit our Circular Economy page
One of our newest initiatives to reduce waste is by encouraging others to reuse, is through our gift sets. 

Whether the gift sets are in bags or boxes, they have all been designed with sustainability in mind. We make them without print or sticky labels so that the bags and boxes can be used again and again. We also take old gift boxes, decorate them and fill them with organic goodies. We hope that the happy recipients of the gift sets will  fill them with other goodies and pass on the love!  

Our gift sets make the perfect present  for a special birthday, to say thank you or to just show someone you love them.

If you buy a gift set from us and you would like us to send the gift direct to someone else, all you have to do is let us know in the notes box at checkout and we will wrap it in tissue paper for you.  You can even leave a message and we'll write it on a little card and put it in the parcel. All at no extra cost of course!
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<![CDATA[How your bar of soap was made.]]>Fri, 12 Feb 2021 14:55:12 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/how-your-bar-of-soap-was-made
Have you ever wondered how your humble bar of natural soap was made?

We make all our soap (and our other skin and hair care products) ourselves from scratch, from plant-based ingredients. 

We use the traditional "cold process" method for our soap. Here's an outline of the process we follow from initial idea to final product:
-after brainstorming, research and discussion we come up with an idea for a new variety. This is often influenced by requests from you.
- we try out some essential oil blends until we get a scent that we both love.
- we work out the recipe / quantities / percentages needed
- we make a test batch of the new soap. It's a bit like baking. All the ingredients need to be measured out carefully and temperatures have to be accurate. Plant oils/butters are melted down and mixed together. A Lye solution is added and when the lye meets the oils a reaction occurs that starts the saponification process. Molecules from the lye buddy up with molecules from the oils and by the end of the process there is no lye left -just beautiful soap! At different points in the process flowers, roots, leaves, seeds, clays and essential oils may be added for colour, texture and scent as well as for their beneficial properties.
- We pour it into wooden moulds, wrap it in blankets to keep it warm and put it in an insulated box or cupboard. 

- 48 hours later we unmould the soap, trim it, cut it into logs and put it in a warm room to finish curing.
- after a minimum of 4 weeks it is the moment of truth! Beautiful soap....usually! Again, it's a bit like baking and sometimes it goes wrong! We feel it, smell it, use it, give it to family and friends to try.
- if we're happy with it, we send all the information off to a chartered chemist to be safety assessed. If not, it's back to the drawing board to work out why and we start again.
- Once we have been sent our safety certificate we can make a larger batch of soap which we will sell when it's ready.
It's a long process but it's worth it! The final product is a thing of beauty and it is very satisfying slicing through freshly cured soap, seeing the inner colour for the first time and releasing the wonderful scent.

If you want to find out more about our soaps and the ingredients in them, as well as how we make our other products, head over to our "how it's made" page.
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<![CDATA[5 Simple Steps for Using Organic Scalp & Hair Oils]]>Wed, 16 Sep 2020 17:22:42 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/5-simple-steps-for-using-organic-scalp-hair-oils

You've read our previous blog and heard about the benefits of using organic oils on your hair and scalp. But how do you actually use them and make sure you're making the most of them?
Here are 5 Simple Steps for using the oils so that your scalp is healthy and your hair is happy. 
Pre-wash Deep Conditioning Treatment

Step 1:
Put a small amount into palm. The amount you use will depend on the length and condition of your hair, but try an amount of the size of a 5 or 10 pence piece. After you have used it a few times you will get to know the amount that works best for you and your hair.


Step 2: Use your finger tips to massage the oil into your scalp. Make the most of the opportunity to treat yourself! Massaging your scalp will increase circulation, help relieve stress and headaches and really give the oil a chance to be absorbed into the skin. Our oils are 100% organic and made from a blend of Jojoba, Argan, Castor and Apricot Kernel oils. These are full of anti-oxidants, essential fatty acids and vitamins and deeply nourish and moisturise skin helping with, amongst other things, dry or oily skin, itchiness and dandruff. They can also bring relief to eczema and psoriasis.

Step 3: Once you've given your head a good massage work the oil through to the ends of your hair.
​Leave on your hair for a minimum of 10 mins but longer if possible  & for maximum benefit leave on overnight. The blends of essential oils that we use, plus the effects of the massage should really help you to get a good night's sleep. Make sure you put an old pillow case, towel or T-shirt over your pillow to stop it getting oily.

Step 4: Wash your hair as normal, preferably with an all natural shampoo or shampoo bar. My favourite is our very popular Chamomile & Lavender Organic Shampoo Bar. Some people prefer to rinse and then wash again, but I usually find that once is enough.

Step 5: Dry and style your hair, using your usual styling products where desired and you're good to go!


Post-wash Hair Conditioning

If you don't have the time or just don't fancy doing the pre-wash conditioning treatment, then you can skip that part and use the oils after washing your hair instead. You can also do this in addition to the pre-wash treatment if you have very dry ends.

For dry ends, rub a few drops through the ends of  damp  hair after washing.  You will need to use less oil here than if you are doing it as pre-wash. The right amount of oil will leave your hair soft and shiny with  extra body.  Too much oil may leave it looking greasy.  As mentioned before, after a few times, you'll get to know what works best for you.

These Organic Conditioning oils are also perfect to use on the face and body. Look out for our next blog which will tell you about all the other ways you can use them to pamper yourself and give yourself happy skin.

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<![CDATA[Healthy Scalp ... Healthy Hair]]>Sat, 22 Aug 2020 16:30:56 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/healthy-scalp-healthy-hair
                                       A healthy scalp means healthier hair.

We treat our face to oils and potions, pamper our body with butters and lotions, smother our lips, hands and feet in balms and creams. But what do we do to look after the skin on our scalp? It often misses out on our care even though we’re subjecting it to intense heat from our hairdryers and potentially harsh ingredients in our hair dyes and styling products.
This is a shame because the skin on our scalps could certainly benefit from getting some of attention that we give the rest of our skin and doing so may result in healthier looking hair.  

We have created our range of Organic Conditioning Oils so that you can give your scalp some much needed love and what’s great is that the ingredients that are so good for your scalp are also fabulous for conditioning your hair.

Our scalp & hair conditioning oils are 100% organic and made from a blend of Jojoba, Argan, Castor and Apricot Kernel oils. These are full of anti-oxidants, essential fatty acids and vitamins and deeply nourish and moisturise skin and hair making it feel soft and healthy. Alongside these oils we’ve added organic essential oils for the benefits that they can bring. They can help clean and tone, help soothe itching and irritation and help to give relief to skin prone to certain skin conditions such as dandruff, eczema and psoriasis. Some are said to promote hair growth too, but unfortunately we can’t give any guarantees of that! One thing is for sure, they smell amazing!



We have 5 varieties which are targeted at different issues or scalp/skin types including an unfragranced oil which is suitable if you have extra sensitive skin. 

And you don’t have to stop at your hair, either. We have formulated the oils so that they can be used on your face and body too. The ingredients that we’ve used are wonderful for your skin wherever it is.

Our Peppermint and Lime oil, which also includes Tea Tree and which we’ve developed to help oily,  itchy scalps is perfect to use on oily & acne prone faces.

Our Gentle Apricot unfragranced oil makes a wonderful make up remover.

Try using Lavender & Rosemary oil as a relaxing foot rub, Sweet Orange oil as an after bath body moisturiser or Clary Sage & Cedarwood oil for a soft, shiny beard.

Recognise the benefit but not sure how to use it? Read our 5 Simple Steps.

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Disclaimer:  Although essential oils can help with certain conditions, we don't make any medical claims about our products. If you have a serious scalp or skin condition, please seek medical advice.

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<![CDATA[Beyond Plastic Free July]]>Fri, 31 Jul 2020 09:05:12 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/beyond-plastic-free-july
Upcycling Bamboo toothbrushes
How about using your old bamboo toothbrushes as plant markers?
Plastic Free July is just about over and I’ve been feeling a bit disappointed with myself this year because I haven’t really made any major changes.
Plastic Free July is a global movement that aims to help people become part of the solution to the plastic problem by inspiring them to refuse single use plastics in July. It’s not just about buying one-off plastic free alternatives – although this is part of it – but about raising awareness of the importance of reducing our plastic use and helping us form new habits so that we will try to buy and use less plastic in the future.  New habits formed in July will hopefully continue well past that month!

I first became aware of the Plastic Free July challenge a few years ago when people were talking about it on Instagram and I decided to join in.
Blue Planet 2 had recently been on the TV and this seemed like the beginning of new era in which we were suddenly all aware of the huge problems associated with  plastic pollution in the world. Do you remember seeing the dolphins playing with plastic bags or the poor albatross chicks that were being fed plastic? 
 
I used to think that recycling plastic was enough but after seeing the news reports of mountains of our plastic waste which had been sent to other countries to be recycled, I realised that it isn’t enough. We need to avoid using it in the first place. I challenged myself that month and was quite pleased with the progress I made! Thinking about it, maybe I shouldn’t be so hard on myself with my perceived lack of progress this year because those changes that I made then did become a normal part of our lives.
empty jars for reusing
Empty jars returned for reusing
There are lots of easy swaps that you can make. Perhaps you’ve already got yourself a metal or strong plastic reusable water bottle or a travel mug? And paper stemmed cotton buds are now easily found in the supermarkets.

Some things are easier than others aren't they? Things like ditching straws and taking a reusable bottle when we go out or using a bamboo toothbrush. These are fairly easy for us in the UK to do.

​One of the easiest is to swap shower gels, liquid handwash and bottled shampoos for soap and shampoo bars. Of course, as a soapmaker I would say this!!! The advantage is that it doesn’t just cut down on your plastic, if you choose bars which are natural and organic, it also reduces the amount of irritating chemicals that you are putting on your skin and hair and you may find that your skin is much happier after you have swapped.
Others are far more challenging though. Just think of all the plastic in a typical weekly shop. If you don't have local or affordable alternatives, it's difficult to know what to do. It's great to see that in Kirriemuir we have a brand new zero waste store which opened this week so I'm definitely going to be going to A Longer Table for some of my shopping. And there are zero waste / refill stores popping up in lots of different towns now.

Don’t feel guilty about buying things in single use plastics if there is no reasonable alternative. But if you can't avoid buying things in plastic then what you can do is try to reuse them as much as you can.

Ages ago I started reusing any plastic bags that came my way. Bags from fruit & veg, bread, dried food, cereal packets, frozen food bags...anything. I had a 2 pile system! The grotty ones were used for rubbish and as nappy bags. The decent ones were washed and used as sandwich / fridge / multi purpose bags. My washing line was always flapping with either cloth nappies or plastic bags. The neighbours might have thought that I was the weirdo next door but I don't care!


At that point I didn't rescue bags specifically because they were plastic, but because I don't like throwing anything away. After all, you never know when it may come in handy! Now that I know how damaging single use plastic is for our environment it is even more important to me to avoid where possible and where it's not possible, to reuse as much as I can.
 
Naturally, this extends to our business as well and, although we can’t claim to be a zero waste business, we are certainly doing what we can to reduce the amount of waste we create and avoid single use plastics as far as we possibly can. 

​If you’re looking for inspiration, check out our store pages for loads of plastic free alternatives and if you’re interested in finding more information about why cutting down on plastic is so important and useful tips and ideas, take a look at the Plastic Free July website which has loads of ideas and resources to help you reduce the amount of plastic in your life …. not just in July!!


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<![CDATA[New product! Organic Fusion - Lavender]]>Tue, 07 Jul 2020 09:50:46 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/new-product-organic-fusion-lavender
What could be better than a totally natural, organic soap with essential oil of Lavender to soothe the skin and calm the mind?

How about two!

Meet our new Organic Fusion: Lavender  which is a fusion of our soothing Dreamy Lavender organic soap (light colour) and our ever popular Rosemary & Lavender organic soap (dark colour).

If you love lavender then you'll love this double dose.
​Wonderfully soothing for skin and spirit, you'll find it's a great soap to use in the morning shower to set you up for whatever the day brings and it's suitable for using on your hands, face and body.

The distinctive colour of the dark side -  Lavender & Rosemary soap  - comes from the dried root of the Alkanet plant which is steeped in extra virgin Olive Oil before the soapmaking process begins. Not only does it create this gorgeous deep purple/ grey colour, Alkanet root is also reputed to be a great anti-inflammatory and can he helpful to soothe itchy skin, eczema and burns. Lavender also has these properties and so our Lavender soaps have had some great results for helping eczema prone skin. Have a look at what one of our customers has said: 

"My daughter's hands are usually red raw & bleeding with eczema and nothing was helping especially through all the recent handwashing. One week using your Lavender & Rosemary. I'm shocked....Her nails look lovely & healthy too....  your soap made the difference. Will be sticking with it as long as we can."   Leigh-Ann

This new two-tone soap kind of happened by accident! At the end of last year we had been making some Christmas soap shapes. You may have seen our lovely Santas and Rudolfs! Anyway, we didn't have enough fresh soap from one batch to fill the final mould, so added some soap from the next batch on top. It looked very cute! Then we got to thinking that we could try a similar thing on a larger scale in our normal moulds. So we looked for soaps which complement each other beautifully in terms of both their fragrance and colour.

And Organic Fusion: Lavender is just the first!
We now also have
Organic Fusion: Mint and Organic Fusion: Patchouli.

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<![CDATA[Tips for Using your Natural Shampoo Bar (2)]]>Sat, 20 Jun 2020 17:00:00 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/tips-for-using-your-natural-shampoo-bar-2
Have you thought about switching to a natural shampoo bar but would like some advice?

Perhaps you've bought a shampoo bar but haven't taken the plunge yet! Or maybe you have started using one but it's not quite working for you.

If you've read my last 2 posts, hopefully you found them to be useful. The first, Ditch the Plastic & Switch to a Natural Shampoo Bar describes what happens when you start using a shampoo bar and the transitioning period you may go through while your hair and scalp get used to it.

The second, Tips for Using a Natural Shampoo Bar (1),  gives you tips on how to use the bar and what to do about conditioning.

But how do you choose the best bar for you? 

You may be thinking about using a natural shampoo bar to reduce your plastic use, but it has another advantage. A natural shampoo bar, full of soothing plant oils and therapeutic essential oils can do wonders for your scalp and skin in general. If you have an irritated or itchy scalp, suffer from eczema  or psoriasis or have dandruff, then using one of our bars can really help. We have had great reviews from customers to say how switching to our shampoo bars has helped with these conditions.  Remember that if you wash your hair in the shower, whatever you put on your hair is also going to go over all of the skin on your body. Changing your shampoo to one without artifical ingredients can also help improve the skin  on your face and body too.

Rosemary & Nettle Shampoo Bar is a great clarifying shampoo and will leave your hair squeaky clean. The herbs in it, as well as Cedarwood essential oil are well known to help with dandruff, soothe itching and strengthen the hair.

Sweet Citrus is the best one for using on oily scalps. Containing citrus essential oils which clean and purify the scalp.

Chamomile & Lavender is our most gentle shampoo bar, smells gorgeous and may be the best one if you have a very sensitive scalp or skin. The ingredients will soothe and nourish.

And here are a few final tips:

Avoid contact with eyes as the lather may sting. If you use vinegar, this will definitely sting. So, If you get the shampoo or the vinegar in your eyes rinse with plenty of water.

Remember, if you are using one of our bars, you can use it on your face and body too!

If you keep your bar dry between uses it will last much longer.  You can keep it on a slotted soap dish or hang it up in a soap bag made from natural fibre. Don't leave it sitting in a puddle of water as your bar will go soggy and won't last as long. If you generally use it in the shower, don't leave it where it will get wet every time someone has a shower. 

Shampoo bars are great for travelling, especially if you are just taking hand baggage and for taking to the gym or swimming pool.

If you are trying out different brands, remember to check the ingredients list carefully as some shampoo bars contain artificial colours, fragrance, SLS and other chemicals.

I hope these are useful tips. Let us know if you have any others to share!
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<![CDATA[Tips for Using a Natural Shampoo Bar (1)]]>Sat, 13 Jun 2020 15:45:25 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/tips-for-using-a-natural-shampoo-bar
Have you decided to try a natural shampoo bar but not quite sure how it all works?

Here are some tips for getting the most out of your shampoo bars.

Wet your hair really well, wet the bar and smooth the bar over the hair to create a creamy lather, stating with the scalp.

You will need to use plenty of water and if you 
feel there isn’t enough lather, just add more water! 
If you think about it, a bottle of shampoo has a huge amount of water in it. Your shampoo bar doesn't and so plenty needs to be added.  You'll soon get a feel for how much soap vs how much water you need.

Spread the lather around as you would with regular shampoo but if you've got dry ends you could work the lather around the scalp and let it flow through the ends as you rinse it out.

Rinse well and repeat if required. I find that I don't need to wash again, even if I haven't washed it for a while!!

So, what about using a conditioner?

Some people find that they don't need to use a conditioner. Others do. It depends on your hair, the type of water you have where you are, the stage of "transition" that you're at etc. For more info about the detox stage when using a natural shampoo bar, see my last post "Ditch the plastic and Switch to a Natural Shampoo Bar"

If you do want to condition your hair you could try some of these and see which works best for you:

Use diluted cider vinegar (organic is best) as a conditioning rinse. Put a splash of vinegar in a jug or cup of warm water and use it after rinsing all of the shampoo out of your hair.  As the shampoo bars are naturally slightly alkaline, the vinegar neutralises the ph of your hair / scalp and smooths the hair cuticle. As you pour it over your hair you will notice how your hair feels immediately soft and silky. Then do a final rinse.

Use a plant oil such as Coconut, Argan or Jojoba or our NEW  Organic Conditioning Oils for Scalp & Hair. These will be available on our website VERY SOON! I've been testing these out for the past year or so. l use the oil every week or so. I usually put it on at night and then wash it out in the shower in the morning. Massage into the scalp and hair, or if you don't want it all over your head focus on any dry ends you have. Leave on as long as you can. 

Putting it on at night not only gives it plenty of time to condition the hair, it also treats the scalp and helps send you off to sleep as the essential oils work their magic

These oils can also be applied after washing your hair. In this case, take a few drops, rub on your palms and smooth onto the ends of your hair. This is particularly good if you have dry or frizzy hair.

If the cider vinegar rinse and the hair oils don't appeal to you, you can buy some good natural or nearly natural conditioners and conditioning bars. Just make sure that you read the ingredients list carefully if you are trying to keep to an all natural hair care regime

If you've got some useful shampoo tips, please let us know!

Look out for our next post for some tips on choosing the best shampoo bar for you, storage solutions and more!
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<![CDATA[Ditch the Plastic & Switch to a Natural Shampoo Bar]]>Sat, 06 Jun 2020 13:40:56 GMThttp://blackcatsoaphouse.co.uk/blog/ditch-the-plastic-switch-to-a-natural-shampoo-bar
If you are trying to cut down on the amount of plastic in your life then changing from bottled shampoo to a solid shampoo bar is one easy switch you can make.

Have you been thinking about switching for a while but not quite been ready to take the plunge?
Perhaps you've tried it before but didn't like the results.

It is true that if you are using an all natural shampoo bar for the first time, it may take some time for your hair and scalp to get used to it as it goes through a period of “detox”. It can take a while for the chemicals that have built up on your hair to be washed out and your scalp may also take some time to get back to producing its natural amount of sebum again.

Picture this - your hair is oily so you choose a shampoo which cleans the oil from your hair and scalp leaving it clean and shiny. Because all the oil has been stripped away, your scalp goes into overdrive and produces more, you wash it away, your scalp produces even more....... and so the cycle continues.

This is what happened to me! I remember when I was in my 20's it got to the terrible stage that I needed to wash my hair every day and if I was planning to go out in the evening, I'd wash it again! Thankfully those days of constant hair washing are long gone! 

When I started to use a natural shampoo bar it took some time for my scalp to catch up. For a while my hair felt dull and a bit waxy. But after this period of transition, I found that I could leave my hair much longer between washes.

Some of you will be lucky and your hair will be fantastic from the start. Many of our customers have mentioned that they didn't go through this period of transition at all. If you are one of the unlucky ones, like me, during this time your hair may feel duller or drier than usual.  I know it doesn’t sound too good, but please persevere – it’ll be worth it!

These days there are more and more shampoo bars to choose from and they are readily available. Bear in mind, though,  that not all shampoo bars are natural. They may contain some of the chemicals (Sodium Lauryl Sulphate - SLS, artificial fragrance, artificial colour etc) which are found in regular liquid shampoos and which can cause itchiness or irritation. So if you are looking for shampoo which is chemical free as well as plastic free, it's worth reading the ingredients list before you make your choice.

Our shampoo bars don't contain any artificial fragrance, colour or SLS and are suitable for you if you have a sensitive or irritated scalp or suffer from dandruff. 

​Why not give it a go? Check out our range of organic shampoo bars.

Keep an eye out for my next post which will be full of useful tips for getting the best results from your natural shampoo bar.🙂
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