TheSolid Bar Company natural shampoo bars contain some great vegan and natural ingredients; we’ve combined Oat protein and plant-based silicon alternatives with Pro-Vitamin B5 for a gentle and nourishing cleanse to leave your hair soft and shiny.
Allour ingredients are 100% natural and in our range of scents we have included an essential oil blend of Geranium and Patchouli for a refreshing scent; Sweet Orange essential oil for a stimulating scent; a six herbal essential oil blend, including Rosemary, Bergamot, and Eucalyptus for an energizing scent; Vetiver and Patchouli for a calming earthy scent.
Theywill all leave your hair feeling, looking, and smelling heavenly and incredibly soft, shiny, and free from build-up too.
Thecetyl alcohol we use in these best natural shampoo bars is plant-derived and palm oil-free and helps add moisturization and enhances viscosity in our hair care bars.
Ourformulations ensure that all shampoo bars are safe for both coloured hair and all hair types. They are fully pH balanced and salon-approved with ‘Easy foam’ for hard water foaming.
With the multiple variants we offer, our natural shampoo bars are the best shampoo bars for hard water, the best shampoo bar for normal or dry hair, the best shampoo bar for greasy hair, the best shampoo bars for curly hair, and the best shampoo bars for coloured hair in the UK!
Additionally, there is no transition period when switching to these UK-made eco-friendly shampoo bars.
Furthermore, as part of our commitment toward a zero-waste footprint, we now offer our shampoo bars in cardboard containers or as bar-only refills.
Nexttime you travel, take a shampoo bar with you instead of a regular plastic bottle. They last for months and as they are so small so they save you so much money and space, and you don't have to worry about replacing it! Perfect to take with you on your travels too!
The packaging is the obvious factor that people hone in on when they ask what waste these bars can help to reduce. But that's only the start. In most, if not all, liquid shampoos right at the top of the ingredients list you will see the word "aqua" - and that, quite simply put, means that water is not only the first but also the greatest by percentage too.
It will come as a surprise to many of you when you discover that the average liquid shampoo consists of around 80% water.
You may think, judging by the amount of rain we suffer here in the UK, that water wastage isn't a huge issue. But in other parts of the globe not as lucky as us, an according to Unicef, four billion people - almost two-thirds of the world’s population - experience severe water scarcity for at least one month each year.
Our shampoo bars change that barren landscape. No water is used in the manufacture process nor in the ingredients; you add the water yourself when applying the shampoo to your hair. As a result, less is used and less is wasted.
Despite their lack of water, they still produce the foamy lather we all associate with a salon quality shampoo and, due to their special formulation, they are gentle on your hair unlike a traditional soap bar. Not only that, these are some of the best shampoo bars for hard water in the UK.
We have even developed conditioning bars to complement the shampoo bars, and they assist with moisturization and hydration.
How is a shampoo bar different from soap?
The base formula is similar to a body wash bar but hair care ingredients and extra foaming agents are also added. These ingredients help leave the hair feeling soft and allow the product to spread more easily too.
Should you always use a conditioner after a shampoo bar?
Without doubt, it is best if you do. Using a conditioner after a shampoo helps replenish moisture and smooth down the hair. The shampoo step has already washed-out excess residue and build-up, but conditioner helps the conditioning ingredients soak in.
- Then allow drying in a well-ventilated space, out of direct sunlight.
How to use a shampoo bar?
Before applying the shampoo it is best to get rid of tangles and knots with a tangle-teaser brush and then wet it. Then you can apply the shampoo as follows:
You could lather the bar between wet hands and apply the lather to your wet hair (as you would with a liquid shampoo). Or you could wet the bar and apply it to wet hair, rubbing in circular motions down the hair strands.
Rinse out and repeat as needed. This short video below will show you how!