After MONTHS of use I finally finished the Nana + Livy Tea Tree Shampoo Bar!
How good was this bar shampoo?
I have thick, fine hair, that’s fairly healthy, but gets greasy easily. These factors made this bar shampoo a little too conditioning, but I could see it working really well for someone with dry hair, and/or thick, course hair.
Top 4 reasons for switching to bar shampoo
1. Removes waste - No more plastic bottles! Praise be! Many soap bars come naked or wrapped in paper that can be reused or recycled.
2. Long lasting - Liquid shampoo holds a lot of water, while bar soaps have all liquid elements removed, making them more concentrated, on a weight for weight comparison. This means, even if you don't look after the bar well, it will last for ages and you save money.
3. Keeps water systems clean - Shampoo bars tend to be natural formulas, meaning they cut out on chemicals that disrupt water systems.
4. Lower carbon footprint - Less waste, long last and clean. These elements combined help keep the carbon foot print for bar shampoos lower than traditional shampoo.
Things to love about Nana + Livy Shampoo bar
👐 Handmade and Small Batch
🌲 All Natural Formula
🏡 Small Business
👩🏻💼 Female Owned
💚 Made with 8 Hair-Loving Oils
👩 Moisturizing Formula
💯 Long Lasting, up to 100 Washes
🌊 Plastic Free
♻️ Recyclable, Reusable Packaging
✔️Palm Oil Free
✔️ Free of Preservatives, Parabens and SLS
DISCLAIMER: Product gifted by Nana + Livy. However, this is not a paid post. All opinions are my own.
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