These conditioner bars are handmade and shipped by Tallow Hill Alchemy in Missouri!
Conditioner bottles are another source of plastic waste in our oceans, that accumulate again and again every time you buy them and toss them when you're done with them. Not to mention that many mainstream conditioners contain ingredients that can irritate and dry out your hair and skin.
Conditioner bars are different. They don't come in a plastic bottle, so they minimize your waste, and they condition your hair without drying it out or irritating it. Our conditioner bars come in five different flavors: Mango Sorbet, Watermelon Sorbet, Raspberry Vanilla, Rice Flower & Shea, and Green Apple. Each of these flavors has an enticing aroma that'll make you want to use it again and again, and they make the perfect pair with our shampoo bars.
The ingredients are completely safe for your skin and hair, and are totally silicone, paraben, and filler and preservative free.
Full list of ingredients are: BTMS 25 (Cetearyl Alcohol & Behentrimonium Chloride), Cetyl Alcohol, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba), Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Nut Oil, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Dimethicone, Panthenol (Pro Vitamin B), Hydrolysed Wheat Protein, Fragrance, Skin Safe Colorant
Net weight for each bar is 40 grams, or good for about 40-50 uses. To use, simply rub directly into wet hair, work from roots to tips, and rinse fully.
LOVED IT RECOMMENDED THE BARS TO EVERYONE
I'm so glad I tried this conditioner bar. My hair feels soft, and I love the rice flower & shea scent! My sister even mentioned that the bathroom smelled good after I washed my hair.
Took me awhile to get used to using a conditioner bar. But now I love it. My hair is super soft and managably
I wasn't sure about a bar of conditioner but tried it. I was surprised how well it worked. Seems to work better than the bottle I was using..
The product was great, but given that I'm ordering the product to try and be more sustainable, it sucks that the products came in wasteful packaging.