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Frangipani Shop aims to provide you with the best Zero Waste Solutions for your personal care routine.

We hope you will enjoy our products.

Happy Zero Waste Shopping  😉

Today it’s about what’s inside our organic solid shampoos but not only!

“How to use it?” and “what are the differences with a cold-processed soap used as shampoo?” are also the questions we mainly received.

Ingredients details

We propose 5 types of solid shampoo because hair are different and we need to address each specificity.

Powders and Clays

If you recently read our previous post about the powder’s power to wash hair, you may know that using plant/fruit/root powders or clays to wash hair is an ancestral method and it’s still been used in some part of the World.

Each plant or clay has its own benefit, for example Rhassoul is great for greasy hair and has been used for centuries in Morroccan’s hammams (and it’s still the case); in India, the Brahmi powder is wonderful to strengthen thin hair and help to reduce hair fall.

Oils

Oils are used in all our shampoos, even the one for greasy hair. Oils are important to nourish hair and, here again, each oil used is specific depending on hair’s type. For greasy hair, jojoba oil the perfect one but for dry hair, it’s the avocado oil.

Essential Oils

Basically, we truly believe in the essential oils’ power in all our handmade products. Essential oils have such impact on our body, that again they have been deeply analyzed to be added in our shampoos bar. For example, the essential oils of Rosemary and Geranium are perfect for Hair fall.

Plus, they give a natural smell to your hair 😉

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate and Decyl Glucoside

The Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate is a soft surfactant deriving from Coconut oil. It gives the foaming to help to spread the product within your hair. The Decyl glucoside is another surfactant derived from sugar and approved by Ecocert.

Our solid shampoo have been formulated with the minimum concentration of surfactants, which explains the low foaming comparing to other shampoos.

 

 

Beeswax and Sodium Lactate

Beeswax and Sodium lactate (liquid salt naturally derived from the fermentation of sugars found in corn and beets) help to maintain a solid form and keep it use after use.

Cornstarch

Wonderful ingredients helping to reduce static in hair: no need anymore to use conditioner 😉

Glyceryl Stearate Citrate

Anionic, natural and palm-free emulsifier based on rapeseed (canola) oil.

 

How to use it?

You don’t need too much product to wash your hair so it’s economical. You only have to spread the solid shampoo on your scalp then mass your hair, wash your body (and let the shampoo giving its good effects on your hair) and rinse all ;-).

Avoid to put it on your hair ends: it’s not necessary, hair ends will be washed during the rinse.

 

What’s the difference with a cold process soap used as shampoos?

Our solid shampoos are not cold-process soap used for shampoos.

The main difference is clearly the ingredients and consequently the PH, cold-process soap are mainly made with oils and caustic soda (or Lye), they can contain also essential oils.

The typical pH balance of hair is around 4.5-5.0., but cold-process soap have a PH of around 7 due to caustic soda used (ok for the skin but not for the hair) which requires to rebalance it after use: that’s why Apple Cider Vinegar it’s highly recommended to use to rinse your hair after washing.

Our solid shampoos have been formulated for hair and have a PH of around 5 which is closed to hair’s PH and don’t need anything after use.

 

A word about the packaging

All our shampoos are sent in a biodegradable kraft box so they are protected during the shipping.

And remember 1 solid shampoo replaces 2 bottles of liquid shampoo: it’s clearly economical but also ecological

 

 

 

What’s not inside?

Our solid shampoos are free from all controversial chemicals we heard about and that are toxic for our health and for the Nature :

  • Parabens
  • Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS)
  • Sodium Laureth Sulphate (SLES)
  • Mineral oil and derived
  • Artificial colour or fragrance

Switch to solid and organic personal care products and ditch the plastic!

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