Moon Valley Organics' Herbal Shampoo Bars are better than bottled shampoos! Dense with beneficial herbs and essential oils, their shampoo bar will yield twice as many washes as a liquid shampoo bottle.
Their Sweet Carrot variety is great for normal to dry hair types, and is made with organic coconut and wild carrot seed oil and their herbal moisturizing recipe (horsetail and nettles to hydrate the hair and nourish the scalp)!
This shampoo bar contains no parabens and no silicone, making it safe for any curly haired babe.
Purified Water, Organic Sustainable Palm oil, Organic Safflower oil, Organic Coconut oil, Sodium Hydroxide*, Organic Castor, Moon Valley Organic Calendula, Organic Nettle and Organic Horsetail, Organic Orange and Organic Bergamot essential oils, Organic Sustainable Red Palm Oil, Wild Crafted Carrot Seed oil, and Organic Cypress essential oil. *None remains after saponification of oils into shampoo and glycerin
Lather in hands or rub directly on wet hair. Massage evenly into hair and scalp. Rinse thoroughly. Use alone or followed by conditioner or
a diluted vinegar rinse. After drying hair add a spot of oil if needed.
When switching from liquid shampoo, your hair may need a short time to adjust. Conventional shampoos strip hair with detergents and coat it with silicone. Moon Valley Organics uses only organic herbal ingredients that clean while preserving the natural moisture of your hair and scalp. You can help condition your hair by rinsing with a vinegar and water solution.
Made with care in WA. GMO and Gluten free
The beautiful box is made from post consumer recycled content.
Certified organic by the WA State Dept of Agriculture.
4 oz (113.4 g)
Moon Valley Organics' mission is to expand pollinator habitat and work towards a pesticide-free future. They start by following the highest organic standards and by creating a 4-acre pollinator sanctuary on our own farm, and host a handful of volunteers each growing season from the WWOOF program (Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms) to share hands-on learning with the next generation of organic farmers and grassroots activists. They donate 10% of their profits to help protect pollinators through direct action and contributions to non-profits, like The Pesticide Action Network and The People & Pollinators Action Network.