A tropical match made in heaven! Lime and coconut make a fantastic juicy duo to lather up your locks. Decorated with dried lime peel. Fresh pressed lime oil and beautiful babassu oil wild crafted from the precious rainforest in Brasil will gently condition your hair leaving it soft, clean and managable. All that's missing is the beach and a bit of reggae music, or are they? Shampoo bars make great travel buddies! Do you love all things lime and coconut? Try these: Lime Light Soap Bar ~ Lime Light Lip Quench ~ Coconut Lip Quench ~ Lime Light Bathing Fizzy.
- IIngredients: Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Organic Orbignya Oleifera (Babassu Oil), Aqua, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil, Allergen Free Coconut Fragrance Oil, Mineral Pigments: CI77891, CI77492, CI77499. *Limonene, *Citronellal. *Naturally occurring in essential oils.
- Minimum Weight Full Size Bar 80g
The edges may be a little crumbly before use. This is normal as the bars are hand pressed, not machine pressed like factory producted shampoo bars. The bar has a generous weight to account for any crumbly bits that fall.
How to use: Wet hair generously through to scalp. Rub gently over hair, it is a concentrated product so it lathers very quickly. Take care to let your shampoo bar dry between uses for longevity. Ideal places are dry flannels, upturned nail brushes, loofahs & slatted soap dishes. Avoid eye area, mucous membranes and broken skin. If suds get in the eyes rinse well with tepid water. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
*Sodium Coco-Sulfate is a gentle surfactant made from the oil of the whole coconut only. This means it is free from petroleum and palm derivatives. The molecules are larger than many of the earlier and cheaper surfactants such as sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate that are used in commercial toiletries. This means that sodium coco-sulfate molecules will not penetrate the upper layers of the skin and cause irritation which SLS & SLES are known to do. However everyone is different and a patch test may be helpful if you are very sensitive to surfactants or traditional soaps.