Thyme Travel Shampoo/Shaving Bar
Travel light with our Thyme Travel Shampoo Bar. Scented with an invigorating blend of Lavender, Geranium and claryfying Thyme to revitalise the hair and awaken the senses. A unique shampoo bar that is mild enough for everyday use, yet long lasting and hard enough to cope with the rigors of travel.
We use an extremely high percentage of Fair-trade, Organic Shea butter, with the addition of Panthenol and Zinc Oxide which together, helps lock in moisture, strengthen hair and soothe sensitive scalps. The addition of Organic Apple Cider Vinegar helps create an even milder bar and balance the skin
24 hours before using for the 1st time, Patch & Strand test a small inconspicuous area, should irritation occur discontinue use. Always Keep Away from eyes! Should contact occur, rinse thoroughly with warm fresh water
Sodium Cocoate, Sodium SheaButterate, Sodium Oliveate, Sodium Castorate, Fresh Filtered Rainwater, Zinc Oxide, Panthenol (Vit B5), Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Parsnip Extract (Pastinaca Sativa), Organic Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis), Organic Comfrey (Symphytum officinale)
Essential Oil of
Lavandin (Lavendula Hybrida), Geranium (Pelargonium Graveolens), Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum)
*Geraniol, Citronellol, Citral, Limonene, Linalool,*
(Naturally occurring constituent of pure essential oil)
Caring for your Soap: To gain maximum benefit from your soap use within 2 years of purchase, if you intend to keep it for longer, please store in a suitable cool dry & dark area such as a drawer. After using your soap, leave to drain on an appropriate soap dish, soap rest or even an upturned nail brush, this will help preserve the life of your Natural Soap.
In the long term, you could use freshly collected rainwater, no shortage of that, and use it for washing your hair, it may be a bit time consuming, but it is a real treat for hair leaving the hair really soft (rainwater is very pure and soft). plus you will only need a little bit of Shampoo Bar to create a gorgeous creamy lather. We always recommend that you patch / Strand test an inconspicuous area first.