Natural hard shampoo - ChamomileRegular price €7,50
So that your hair will finally be healthy, voluptuous, non-greasy and won't fall out
Suitable for dry and damaged hair
Normalizes oily scalp
It helps against hair loss
- Cold process made from extra virgin olive oil
Healthy hair does not need a gloss for shine, as it is shiny and gorgeous on its own. We just have to let them do the work themselves. Chamomile hard shampoo is a completely natural soap made using a cold process. The main ingredient is olive oil, to which we have added selected oils and butters, suitable especially for hair and scalp care. We have additionally enriched the soap with chamomile extract and essential oils of chamomile, lemon and lavender. It foams nicely and gently cleans the hair and scalp without damaging the oily protective layer of the scalp skin.
Weight: 15 g or 100 g
*The pictures are symbolic, as each product is handmade according to a unique recipe developed by us, in small, always fresh batches. In doing so, we strive to be as sustainably oriented and socially responsible as possible.
The main difference the difference between commercial and natural hard shampoos is that natural hard shampoos do not contain aggressive predators such as SLS/SLES (sodium laurel sulfate/sodium leureth sulfate) and similar synthetic chemicals. SLS/SLES is an aggressive t. i. a surfactant present in most commercial liquid detergents as it allows products to lather vigorously. SLS/SLES is an extremely aggressive compound that damages the oily protective layer of the skin. It is these lesions on the scalp they are the main cause of a wide variety of hair and scalp problems.
The scalp usually reacts to damage to the protective layer with excessive sebum production, which is reflected as excessive greasing of the hair. Greasy hair requires more frequent washing, which further damages the protective layer of the scalp, and thus the user of aggressive shampoos is in a vicious circle, where hair problems only intensify. It is also in many cases excessive peeling of the skin (dandruff) and hair loss due to damage to the protective skin trap of the scalp.
Hard shampoo is suitable for all hair types and lengths. When switching from conventional liquid shampoos to solid shampoo soaps, users noticed increased hair volume, less dandruff, less greasiness and more shine. Hard shampoo is an excellent choice for travel, camping and for all those who want to have healthy and shiny hair. It can also be used as a body soap, but in the case of very dry skin, we recommend using a body soap with a higher olive oil content.
Cold-pressed olive oil is an indispensable ingredient in all our cosmetic products, as it has a very beneficial effect on our skin due to its composition.
Natural glycerin in soap is produced as a product of natural saponification.
Saponified coconut oil is an effective antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant that also nourishes and soothes the skin. It contains a lot of lauric acid and its derivative monolaurin. Monolaurin is also found in breast milk and protects the baby from infections. Therefore, monolaurin, together with lauric acid, is successful in the fight against various bacteria. Refined coconut oil contains less of these active ingredients, so it effectively inhibits the growth of microorganisms.
Cocoa butter is rich in vitamins, helps in the care of dry skin and is an important ingredient in shampoo due to its hardness, as it enables a good consistency.
Grape seed oil
Cold pressed grape seed oil (Vitis vinifera seed oil) is rich in phenols, omega-6 fatty acids and vitamins. Oil is a secondary product of wine production. It is obtained by different types of extraction, but the best quality is cold pressed, which is also the main ingredient of this massage oil. The high content of vitamin E gives the oil a strong antioxidant potential. The oil also contains phytosterols and reserautrol, which gives the oil antimicrobial properties. Research has shown that it improves hydration and elasticity of the skin and nourishes it.
Chamomile has strong soothing properties that can reduce redness and irritation on the skin.
Lavender essential oil
Lavender essential oil is an active aromatherapy ingredient. Real lavender essential oil Lavandula angustifolia, which we obtain ourselves from purified lavender flowers by steam distillation, is one of the most commonly used oils in aromatherapy. Numerous studies have confirmed that the oil consists of over 160 ingredients that act synergistically on various receptors in our body. The known effects of lavender oil are primarily that it accelerates relaxation, reduces the feeling of anxiety, relieves depression, insomnia, allergies, eczema, menstrual cramps and nausea. It is one of the safest essential oils, so it is suitable even for people with the most sensitive skin.
Olea europaea fruit oil, Acqua, Cocos nucifera oil, Sodium hydroxide, Orbignya oleifera seed oil, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, Theobroma Cacao seed butter, Vitis vinifera seed oil, Stearic acid, Lavandula Angustifolia oil, Anthemis nobilis flower, Citrus medica limonum, Ormenis Multiculis oil, Kaolin, Linalool*, LImonene*, Geranoil*, Citral*, Benzyl slicylate*. *Naravno prisotni v eteričnih oljih.
The packaging and ingredients are 100% biodegradable (recycled paper and hemp string).
The ingredients do not accumulate in the environment or aquatic organisms.
1. Wet the hair first.
2. Soap your hands with shampoo and apply it to your hair. Hair can too directly lather with shampoo.
3. While massaging the scalp, rub the foam well along the length of the hair.
4. The shampoo lathers nicely thanks to the selected butters and oils.
5. At the end, rinse the shampoo well. If necessary, we repeat the process.
One shampooing is usually enough. In the beginning, it may happen that shampooing needs to be repeated several times, but with regular use of the soap, this need disappears. If you use the soap regularly, you won't even need a hair conditioner, as your hair will become supple, healthy and shiny.
After use, place the soap on a dry surface so that it does not lose its consistency, as it contains natural glycerin.
Switching from synthetic shampoo to natural shampoo
When we decide to replace commercial synthetic shampoos with harsh natural shampoos, it is the hair and the scalp in shock for a while. Duration, as well as unwanted side effects, depend very much on each individual (for example, they can last up to two months). Hair and scalp need some time to get used to, breathe and get back into balance.
At the beginning of use, the hair is light they become hard and bristly, maybe even greasy on the scalp. This is especially common for heavily conditioned and dyed hair, as a hard shampoo cleans the hair deeply and thoroughly despite its gentle composition.
In case the hair is after washing oily on the scalp, means that the washing should be intensified and the shampoo should be applied several times in order to clean the hair. After washing, the hair can be greasy on the scalp also because the shampoo is slightly alkaline, and the dirt contained in the hair due to chemical agents is acidic, which causes a greasy feeling. This also means that the hair is highly noticeable.
If it's hair hard and wiry, we recommend that the hair be washed at the end with diluted apple cider vinegar (in a ratio of 1:10), which serves instead of a hair conditioner.
These phenomena are just short-lived, until the hair is cleansed of all (usually negatively charged) synthetic compounds. It is important to burden them with synthetic care additives as little as possible.