Winter can be brutal on your hair, leaving it dry and brittle. You don’t need a shampoo that’s going to add more insult to injury. If you have not experimented with gentler shampoos, the winter is the perfect time to try them out. You’ll notice a difference! I have already given you the skinny on creamy cleansers; now let’s discuss shampoo bars.
Shampoo bars are made of natural oil during a process called saponification. Many shampoo bars are detergent and sulfate-free shampoos that clean without removing all your natural oils. so they are very beneficial to dry, frizzy hair. Here’s a quick round-up of 7 Shampoo Bars You Should Know.
Mainelement: LOVE Herbal Shampoo Bar 1 of 7
Mainelement: Love Herbal Shampoo Bar is infused with rosemary and lavender essential oils that strengthen hair and stimulate hair growth.
Buy it Mainelement: love for $8.00
Lush Trichomania 2 of 7
Trichomania is a shampoo bar comprised of creamed coconut, especially for dry and frizzy hair.
Buy it at Lush.com for $9.95
Lush Godiva Bar 3 of 7
Godiva Bar is a 2-in-1 vegan shampoo and conditioner bar that moisturizes hair with nut oils and shea butter.
Buy it at Lush.com at $11.95
"Honey, I Shrunk the Frizz" Strand-Poo Bar 4 of 7
"Honey, I Shrunk the Frizz" Strand-Poo Bar is a bar that has a special formula to nourish the hair follicles, reduce frizz and eliminate dehydration
Buy it at Soultanicals for $5.00
Senk Shampoo Bar 5 of 7
Olive and coconut oil are blended to create a superior solid shampoo bar that provides a rich, cleansing lather.
Buy it at SÃ©nica for $12
Obia Natural Haircare Coconut & Shea Shampoo Bar 6 of 7
This shampoo bar combines two very hydrating and moisture-rich ingredients: coconut oil and shea butter.
Buy it at Obia Natural Haircare for $10.00
Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo Bar 7 of 7
This shampoo bar is a clarifying bar for monthly use to rid your hair of product build-up.
Buy it at Hairitage Hydration for $9.00
Tamara Floyd is the Founder and Editor of Natural Hair Rules.com, a site dedicated to encouraging others to be who they are naturally. Visit anytime at www.naturalhairrules.com. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.