Shampoo Goat Milk Soap - Tea Tree
Shampoo Goat Milk Soap Tea Tree FULL BAR
The shampoo bars are a different formula than our regular goat milk soaps. We start by infusing rosemary and nettles into olive oil because they are beneficial for your scalp, hair, and hair follicles. Then we add other beneficial ingredients designed to leave your hair clean, soft, and manageable.
If you've never used a shampoo bar before, it may take a little while (a couple of days to a couple of weeks) for your hair to adjust. The trick to successfully using the shampoo bar is not to use too much. Try to remember that you are just trying to clean your scalp. You are not trying to produce a lather like you get with commercial store-bought shampoos that use foaming agents.
People use the shampoo bar differently - some people prefer to rub it right on their hair while others prefer to lather it in their hands first. So experiment to see which you prefer.
If you are new to the shampoo bar, please read this article: Shampoo Bar for Natural Hair Care
Goat Milk Soap Size: Full bars weigh between 5 and 5.3 oz. They are hand-cut, so measurements will vary, but they are roughly 3.5" long by 1.7" wide by 1.7" high. Please see the soap size comparison chart for details on the various soap sizes.
Packaging: The soap comes in a cotton drawstring bag with the scent hand-stamped on the front so you can easily identify each bar.
Goat Milk Soap Ingredients: Raw goat milk; Saponified rosemary and nettle infused olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, castor oil, jojoba oil; Tea Tree essential oil.
Note: If you have color treated hair, you need to test the shampoo. We have customers who use it successfully on their color-treated hair, while other customers find it removes the color. Inexpensive home color treatments seem to have the most problems. It may also improve how long your color lasts. One customer did tell us, "I love the shampoo soap for my hair, helps to keep my colored hair from turning gray for a few weeks longer!"
Allergy Warning: If you are concerned about an allergic reaction, test the soap on a small area of skin and stop using if irritation occurs.