This is one of my favorite discoveries as a soapmaker. These soaps have relieved my itchy scalp, removed my need for conditioners and reduced the frequency of shampooing. The addition of Castor oil in this bar adds lots of bubbly lather. It is easy to cut a small piece off to take on trips or to the gym instead of bottles. Made with saponified Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Coconut Oil and Shea Butter. Just get your hair very wet and rub the bar right on your scalp. Puff! Instant lather. It cleans thoroughly without drying or coating your hair or scalp.
Due to the handmade process by which our products are made all soap bars vary from 4½ to 5 ounces.
4 U & Doggies 2: This shampoo/bar soap is great for dogs and campers. It contains essential oils that repel ticks, fleas and other pesky bugs trying to ruin the fun. The aroma is amazing too!
Honey Almond: This - oh so popular scent, now in shampoo too!
Jupe: Now to go with you other Jupe scented products my new shampoo bar.
Midnight Man: "Manly and sensual" say the women in my shop.
Peppermint and Tea Tree: Two great essential oils!! Refreshing, tingly and invigorating!
Pine Tar w/Lavender and Tea Tree: Essential oils of Lavender and Tea Tree combined with the properties of Pine Tar are very soothing to your scalp. (This is the one that makes MY hair shine!)
Pine Tar, Natural (unscented): Same great benefits as Pine Tar without the scent.
Plumeria: Inhale and be transported to an exotic island. Plumeria is an experience in floral paradise.
Sage, Rosemary and Thyme:
These essential oils are all said to be helpful to the scalp AND hair growth. The scent is very green and herbal.
Top Gun: Look out Tom Cruise! You may not be a "Top Gun" but you may want to shampoo with something that makes you feel that way. Enjoy this great manly scent.
Unscented: Just straight up shampoo, no scent added.
Very Berry: Yeah! Just like the Very Berry Soap, this shampoo will put a smile on your face! My number 2 seller in shampoo.
Yakima Orchards: Ah.. apples, pears & peaches. Just like driving through the great orchards of the Yakima Valley.