Using soap bars as shampoo may not be appealing for everyone but for me it's a save, plus I have soooo much fun trying them out.
I've been using soap bars for over a year and I'm always on the look out for more better ones...
I started with African black soap and from there on I was hooked! I mean the ingredients are great and most naturals swear by it...
I love this soap because it cleanses my hair without stripping it. It lathers really good and I like that it has anti-fungal properties as well. Check out my post on how to make shampoo with it.
Now this one, Maxine Arnold introduced to us. Check out her hair journey here. Mwah much love to you gal!
I could actually detangle my hair with this soap. It's gentle and cleanses my hair and scalp well. My hair is left feeling light- yes light, fluffy and soft.
It contains sulphur which aids in hair growth and that's a bonus.
This one is a keeper!
I stumbled upon this one when I was looking for something to combat acne for one of my son's. This soap cleaned my hair just the same as African black soap.
The ingredient are similar to that of Dudu Osun.
Glycerine, tea tree oil and eucalyptus are some ingredients that caught my attention. When my hair feels oily or grubby I use this one. This soap really left my scalp nice and clean and I love the menthol smell too.
All of these bars can be used for face and hair- who doesn't care for multi-purpose?
Honostly you can't go wrong with soap bars. I make sure I massage my scalp and let it sit for a while before rinsing.
Okay I'm impressed by these soap bars and they are now part of my hair regimen.
Do you use soap bars for your hair?
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