Hard shampoo - NettleRegular price €7,50
That your hair will finally be shiny, healthy, supple and will not fall out
For dry and damaged hair.
Helps against hair loss.
Strengthens hair, reduces dandruff and greasy hair.
Healthy hair does not need a gloss for shine, as it is shiny and beautiful in itself. We just have to let them do the work themselves. Nettle Natural Shampoo is a completely natural soap made after a cold process. Contains selected butters, oils and active ingredients for hair and scalp care. Unlike synthetic chemicals, natural ingredients in shampoo gently and thoroughly cleanses the hair and scalp. In doing so do not damage protective layers of the skin. Hair is therefore less fat, dandruff is formed in small quantities and the hair is in appearance more healthy and radiant.
Weight: 15 g or 100 g
The main difference Among commercial and natural hard shampoos is that natural hard shampoos do not contain aggressive predators such as SLS/SLES (sodium laurel sulphate / sodium leureth sulphate) and similar synthetic chemicals. SLS / SLES is aggressive t. i. surfactant, which is present in most commercial liquid detergents as it allows the products to foam strongly. SLS / SLES is an extremely aggressive compound that damages the oily protective layer of the skin. It is these scalp injuries they are the main cause of a variety of hair and scalp problems.
The scalp usually responds to damage to the protective layer by excessive sebum production, which is reflected as excessive oiling of the hair. Oily hair requires more frequent washing, which further damages the protective layer of the scalp and so the user of aggressive shampoos is in a vicious circle where hair problems only escalate. It is also the case in many cases excessive peeling of the skin (dandruff) and hair loss due to damage to the protective traps of the scalp skin.
Hard shampoo is suitable for all hair types and lengths. When switching from conventional liquid shampoos to hard soap shampoos, users noticed increased hair volume, less dandruff, less oiliness and more shiny hair. Hard shampoo is a great 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, it is advisable to use a soap with a higher content of olive oil.
- The combination of olive oil, cocoa butter, coconut butter, babasu oil, castor oil and grape seed oil offers the right ratio of fatty acids for proper hair and scalp care.
- They provide a consistent and rich foam that deeply cleanses the hair, but does not dry it out.
- Wild nettle extract contains many vitamins and minerals that strengthen hair.
- The combination of essential oils of rosemary, mint and lavender reduces dandruff, hair loss and strengthens hair.
Cold pressed olive oil is an indispensable ingredient in all our cosmetic products, as its composition has a very beneficial effect on our skin.
Glycerin in soap is formed as a product of natural saponification.
Soapy coconut oil is an effective antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant that nourishes and soothes the skin at the same time. 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 and therefore effectively inhibits the growth of microorganisms.
Cocoa butter is rich in vitamins, helps care for dry skin and is an important ingredient in shampoo due to its hardness, as it provides a good consistency.
Grape seed oil
Cold pressed grape seed oil (Vitis vinifera seed oil) is rich in phenols, omega-6 lipid acids and vitamins. Oil is a by-product of wine production. It is obtained by various types of extraction, and the highest quality is cold pressed, which is also the main component of this massage oil. The high content of vitamin E gives the oil a strong antioxidant potential. The oil also contains phytosterols, which have anti-inflammatory effects, and reseravtrol, which gives the oil antimicrobial properties. Research has shown that it improves the hydration and elasticity of the skin and nourishes it.
Wild nettle extract contains many vitamins and minerals that strengthen hair.
Rosemary essential oil
The essential oil of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is known in cosmetics mainly for its successful elimination of hair loss.
Lavender essential oil
Lavender essential oil is an active aromatherapy ingredient. The essential oil of true lavender 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 mainly to speed up relaxation, reduce feelings of anxiety, relieve depression, insomnia, allergies, eczema, menstrual cramps and nausea. In addition, it has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antifungal and antibacterial effects on the skin. It is one of the safest essential oils, so it is also suitable for people with the most sensitive skin.
Peppermint essential oil
Peppermint essential oil has a refreshing effect and invigorates.
Olea europaea fruit oil, Aqua, Cocos nucifera oil, Sodium hydroxide, Orbignya oleifera seed oil, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, Theobroma Cacao seed butter, Vitis vinifera seed oil, Stearic acid, Rosmarinus Officinalis oil, Urtica dioica leaf, Lavandula Angustifolia oil, Mentha Piperita oil, CI77289, *Linalool, *Limonene, *Geraniol, *Citral, *Benzyl salicylate. *Naravno prisotni v eteričnih oljih.
Packaging and ingredients are 100% biodegradable (recycled paper and hemp cord).
Ingredients do not accumulate in the environment or aquatic organisms.
1. Wet your hair first.
2. Soap your hands with shampoo and apply it on your hair. You can also shampoo your hair directly.
3. While massaging the scalp, rub the foam well along the length of the hair.
4. The shampoo foams nicely due to the selected oils and fats.
5. Finally, rinse the shampoo well. If necessary, repeat the procedure.
Usually one shampoo is enough. In the beginning, it may be necessary to repeat the shampooing several times, but with regular use of soap, this need is eliminated. With regular use of soap, you will not even need 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.
Transition from synthetic shampoo to natural shampoo
When we decide to replace commercial synthetic shampoos with hard natural shampoos, hair and scalp some time in shock. The duration, as well as the unwanted side effects, are highly dependent on each individual (for example, they can last up to two months). Hair and scalp need some time to get used to, breathe and return to balance.
At the beginning of use you can hair they become hard and hairy, perhaps even greasy along the scalp. This is usually especially for well-groomed and colored hair, as the hard shampoo cleans the hair deeply and thoroughly despite its gentle composition.
In case the hair is after washing along the scalp greasy, means that the wash should be intensified and the shampoo applied several times to clean the hair. Hair can be greasy after washing the scalp also because the shampoo is slightly alkaline and the dirt that the hair contains due to chemical agents is acidic, which causes a greasy feeling. This also means that the hair is heavily tangled.
If the hair hard and wiry, we advise that the hair is finally washed with diluted apple cider vinegar (in a ratio of 1:10), which serves instead of hair balm.
These phenomena are just short-liveduntil the hair is purified of all (usually negatively charged) synthetic compounds. It is important to burden them as little as possible with synthetic care additives.