The Guava Seed Mango Butter Organic Shampoo Bar wrapped in seed paper is made with super conditioning organic mango butter and guava seed oil. Rich in beta-carotene and Vitamin A, the guava seed oil may also help prevent dandruff and strengthen the hair. The organic mango butter also promotes a healthy scalp. This shampoo bar works well with normal and oily hair types.
Guava Seed Oil
- May help maintain skin moisture
- High antioxidant levels, may help make your hair strong and shiny
- May help dry scalp conditions, like dandruff
- Used to help prevent hair loss
Organic Mango Butter
- Rich in Vitamins A and E
- Deep moisturizing and regenerative effect on both strands and scalp
- May help to strengthen hair and reduce breakage
These organic shampoo bars made with organic oils, do not strip your hair of natural oils, reducing inflammation, and removing buildup of waxes, and silicones from conventional conditioners, stimulating better circulation to hair follicles.
The eco-friendly, certified organic soap wrapped in seed paper are Asian inspired creations that are vegan, cruelty free, and palm oil free to raise awareness of the devastating effects palm oil has on the deforestation rates of Indonesia and Malaysia. Confidently use the soap knowing there are no synthetic fragrance oils, no SLS, no parabens and no chemical preservatives.
The original recipes are handmade from scratch in small batches and lots of love in Claremont, California.
All soaps are 4.5oz – 5oz, made with a moisturizing formula of organic olive oil, organic coconut oil, and organic shea butter. Soaps are wrapped in flower-seeded paper, which can be planted and bloom a mixture of North American wildflowers. Simply soak paper in water, plant and watch the flowers grow.
Saponified Oils of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Guava Seed Oil, Castor Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Organic Mango Butter, Organic Jojoba Oil, Rice Bran Oil, and Essential Oils
A portion of the proceeds from all the seed paper soaps goes towards the care of endangered orangutans. For more info, visit the Orangutan Foundation.