Shampoo adventures

For many of those who have known me, I used to have majestic long hair, like down to my butt long. I always had a complicated relationship with it. It would get caught everywhere and it used a lot of products, and all of those products came in plastic. I have always been curious, yet skeptical, about using solid shampoo products. I thought they would never work for my hair, but I was proven wrong. I purchased a couple samples on Amazon for a test trial. I did some research and narrowed it between two, Lush and Ethique. I decided to go with Ethique’s Frizz Wrangler Shampoo and Guardian Conditioner. I promise you this isn’t sponsored, but I wish it was. I really like this solid shampoo and conditioner and here is why you should too:

  1. It lasts longer than liquid shampoo. The bar I am using contains the same concentration of shampoo as three whole bottles. The initial purchase price is a lot higher than normal bottles, but will save you money in the long run.
  2. It doesn’t use any unnecessary packaging. Solid bar shampoo requires virtually no packaging – in fact, the only packaging on the solid shampoo bar is a recyclable ribbon and label, which is much easier on the environment! My bar’s packaging is fully compostable, which is a plus!
  3. Say goodbye to silly TSA rules. Solid products = take whatever you want on planes! You also never want to worry about spills in your bag again.
  4. SHAMPOO BARS ARE MULTI-PURPOSE! Shampoo bars can also be used for other purposes like washing your body, your pets in a pinch or your clothes while camping or traveling!

So join me in saving the world one bottle at a time!

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