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Shampoo Bar (Deep Cleanse) e125g

$23.00

All-natural Shampoo blocks handcrafted in Tasmania. Lovingly made with exotic butter, Guinness Stout & essential oils which clean the hair & scalp.

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All-natural Shampoo blocks handcrafted in Tasmania. Lovingly made with exotic butter, which clean the hair & scalp. beneficial vitamins,

DEEP CLEANSE WITH PEPPERMINT & BLOOD ORANGE (ALL HAIR)
Ingredients:

Ingredients: Purified Aqua, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Sodium Stearate, Propylene Glycol Stearate, Shea Butter, Kokum Butter, Tucuma Butter, Bacuri Butter, Polyquat 4, Sandalwood Oil, Peppermint Oil, Spearmint Oil, Patchouli Oil, Vetiver Oil, Cinnamon Bark, Clove Bud Oil, Bay Laurel Oil, Blood Orange Peel Oil & Tolu Balsam.

ALOE VERA – Contains approximately 75 active ingredients, which we call, Functional. Particular vitamins, minerals, enzymes, saponins, amino acids, natural salicylic Acids, Lignin & sugars.
Vitamins such as; A, B12, C, E, Folic Acid, & Choline.
Enzymes including; alkaline phosphatase, aliiase, bradykinase, lipase, amylase, carboxypeptidase, catalase, peroxidase & cellulase. Bradykinase is known to reduce inflammation when applied to the skin topically.
Minerals; Chromium, calcium, copper, selenium, manganese, magnesium, potassium, zinc & sodium. Minerals are important as they assist with the proper functioning of various enzymes.
Sugars; Glucose & fructose (Monosaccharides) & glucomannans/ polymannose (Polysaccharides). Recent research has discovered that there is a glycoprotein with anti-allergy properties, called Alprogen and an anti-inflammatory compound called C-glucosyl chromone has been isolated from the gel.
Anthraquinones; These are phenolic compounds, aloe contains around 12 anthraquinones, 2 which stand out are Aloin & emodin, known to act as antibacterials, antivirals & an analgesic.
Fatty Acids; Contains 4 plant Steroids, B-sisosterol, Lupeol, campesterol & cholesterol. All have antiseptic, anti-inflammatory & analgesic properties.
Hormones; Gibberellins & Auxins assist with healing wounds & anti-inflammatory action.
Amino Acids; Aloe contains 20 of the 22 human required Amino Acids & 7 of the 8 Essential Amino Acids.
Salicylic Acid; anti-bacterial & anti-inflammatory properties.
Lignin; is considered inert as such, but does enhance the penetration ability of the other ingredients in the product.
Saponins; Form about 3% of the gel it is the gel soapy feeling that aloe contains, which has cleansing & antiseptic properties.

BACURI BUTTER – Camu Camu Berry & jojoba came from South America, now another much newer, fabulous ingredient has come to the market. They kept this little beauty up their sleeves and it is used by the locals, it plays a very important role both socially & economically. Mainly known to increase energy production at the cellular level, delivering deep hydration. Clinical trials revealed a 40% increase in the chemical energy (ATP) within cells & volunteers over 45 years of age had a 30% improvement in their skin integrity & 15% increase in the skin moisture levels.
Rich in Vitamin D2, E & K, Magnesium, Zinc & Calcium. Additionally, due to it’s high nutrition content, Bacuri contains an Amino Acid called Tryptophan, which in the presence of light, it is metabolized into biologically active compounds such as Serotonin, this neurotransmitter associated with the sense of well-being. The indigenous people use Bacuri Butter as an anti-inflammatory, treating arthritis & rheumatic conditions, they call it the “Miracle Butter.”

KOKUM BUTTER - Rich in essential fatty acids & non-comedogenic (non-pore-clogging), Kokum Butter is perfect for stimulating the scalp for healthy hair growth. It helps cell oxygenation, making nutrients more readily available for use by scalp/skin tissues - which helps promote hair growth.

SHEA BUTTER – Used predominantly for skin care, is very nourishing for hair as well. Shea butter is hailed for its protecting & emollient properties. Rich in cinnamon acid, it also protects the skin from UV rays & therefore can be included in skin care products for the sun. It can also be used as a moisturizing agent in soaps and shaving creams, and as a treatment for minor skin wounds & irritations. Soothes irritated & sensitive skin.

TUCUMA BUTTER – The fatty acid content increases moisture levels, adds softness & shine to the strands. High amounts of vitamin A also contribute to a healthy, supple, oil-producing scalp for hair growth & length retention. Tucuma butter is an excellent choice for damaged hair in need of restructuring & stabilising.

PEPPERMINT OIL - It also has antiseptic & antimicrobial properties, which help to cool the scalp, eliminate dandruff & fight headlice. It is used in hair products to relieve a dry scalp, stimulate hair growth, deep cleanse & give hair a healthy shine.

SPEARMINT OIL - can be used to great effect on the hair & scalp. Spearmint is naturally anti-fungal & antibacterial in nature, making it an effective treatment for certain scalp conditions including dandruff. The cooling menthol also makes it an excellent remedy for a dry, irritated & itchy scalp.

VETIVER - It has excellent antioxidant action to prevent premature ageing in the hair follicles, which is a result of free radical damage. Helps soothe irritation & inflammation.

PATCHOULI OIL - Has anti-inflammatory & antiseptic properties, makes it exceptional for treating many scalp & skin issues. People with dermatitis, dry irritated scalp, dandruff eczema can significantly benefit from patchouli oil because these ailments can be the underlying cause of hair loss.

SANDALWOOD OIL – Stimulates hair growth & promotes long luscious locks. Sandalwood essential oil also helps cool down the scalp, remove dandruff & adds natural fragrance to your hair.

CLOVE OIL – On the scalp boosts blood circulation which reduces hair fall & also promotes hair growth. It also lends the much-needed shine to dry & dull hair.

BAY LAUREL OIL – Thought to be a good tonic for the hair, as it brightens dull hair, boosts hair growth & prevents excessive hair loss. Because it is also an astringent, it helps to tighten the grip of the hair follicles & the hair roots, thus preventing loss of hair.

BLOOD ORANGE – It’s both antiseptic & anti-inflammatory, which makes it perfect for those prone to dandruff & other scalp concerns.

TOLU BALSAM – beneficial for dry, chapped scalp, eczema, rashes, sores, wounds, parasites including ringworm.

Rub shampoo block to create a lather & wash scalp. For best results, cut the block in half and keep in a dry place. When not in use ensure the block being used is kept in an area that keeps the block dry.

This block is best for deep cleansing hair, suits thinning hair as it promotes growth. Eases dry, itchy skin & reduces dandruff. Suitable for salon coloured hair including bleached hair. Has not been tested on home bleach systems, please try on a small test patch first. Suitable for dry hair, may need a conditioner if very dry & brittle.

These statements have not been evaluated by the TGA, Therapeutic Goods Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Individuals receiving this information must exercise their independent judgment in determining its appropriateness for a particular purpose or use.
The user of the product is solely responsible for compliance with all laws and regulations applying to the use of the products, including intellectual property rights of third parties.

Please store under 21C and avoid direct sunlight, to maintain the functional ingredients’ integrity.
Non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitising.
Although extremely rare, if you happen to have a reaction, discontinue using this product.
If living in a hot or humid climate, please store in a cool, dry place. Do not allow water to constantly drip onto the shampoo, as it does not contain chemical stabilisers & may wash away. This shampoo requires a little TLC (Tender Loving Care) to maintain integrity & obtain maximum results.

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