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The Two in One - solid conditioning shampoo bar

Regular price £12.95 GBP
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A conditioning shampoo bar for short to medium length normal or oily hair, gentle enough for everyday or frequent use

Gently cleansing and conditioning with the power of chia seed, (upcycled) hemp seed and macadamia oils to hydrate and detangle. And it works as a Body and Beard Wash too

If your hair is dry, coloured, long or thick, you will probably need the extra hydration of a separate shampoo and conditioner bar 

WINNER Best New Sustainable Hair Product in the Pure Beauty Global Awards 2021

A unisex shampoo bar - perfect for travel or the gym. Just one bar for hair, body and beard 

Soap free | Sulphate free | Palm free | pH balanced

Aroma: Woody and subtly citrus

Key ingredients:
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Chia Seed Extract and Oil, Macadamia Oil, Yucca Extract, Mandarin Essential Oil, Frankincense Essential Oil

Did you know that KIND2 plants a tree for every order

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This product is 100% plastic free


Questions we get frequently asked

How do shampoo bars work?

pH balanced shampoo bars are like concentrated versions of the liquid shampoo that you are probably used to. They include plant based cleansers which work to remove oil and dirt when combined with water. Wet the bar and your hair, apply the bar directly, massage into a lather and rinse.

How long do shampoo bars usually last?

Since conditioner bars are very concentrated and don’t contain any water, most people find only a small amount is required per use which means that they last for at least 60 – 80 washes, an 80g bar can last 6 months. Keeping it dry between uses will help it last longer.

Are your shampoo bars palm oil free?

We’re happy to say that we don’t use any palm oil or palm oil derivatives in our shampoo or conditioner bars. If you want to avoid palm oil- look out for not just the word palm but also Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate, as it’s commonly found in cheaper bars.