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    Posted: May 22 2013 at 10:38am
If you're looking for an all natural shampoo bar, I found one on Apple Valley Natural Soap.

This shampoo bar is made with rhassoul clay and avocado butter.

I may try this product for $6.00 once I use up the last few drops of shampoo I have.

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I love natural things. I would try it if I did not have dry, fragile hair. The thought of any kind of soap or detergent coming any where near my hair makes me cringe. I am a conditioner only cleanse girl. I would try it to bathe my body though maybe ???

If they could make some hair conditioners with those herbs: rosemary, peppermint, lavender, garlic, nettle, flowers of sulfur, natural oils, without the drying clay... that would be great for us with dry hair.

I know clay masques make my face so dry it feels like it is going to crack and my skin is normal not dry. I can not imagine putting something SO DRYING in my already dry, fine hair...It would probably be so parched it would snap off if I looked at it.

This would probably be really good for people who put  a whole lot of heavy gels and waxes in their hair and need to get it out so the scalp can breathe. 


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I know some of the people in the Natural Hair section use rhassoul clay or bentonite clay as their natural hair cleansers.  But you are right, it would be nice if they made conditioners with all of those nice, natural ingredients.
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if i were looking into shampoos id probably give these a try.  the ingredients look really nice:

for the marshmallow and aloe:

Ingredients: saponified oils of a marshmallow infused olive; babassu; unrefined shea nut butter; coconut; castor bean; grape seed; mango seed butter and jojoba; aloe vera; rosemary oil extract; and essential oils of orange; ylang ylang; patchouli and eucalyptus.




for curly/dry hair they suggest:
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I think I am going to try some of these shampoo bars, they have similar ingredients to the anita grant shampoo bars I love but they are half the price
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I was really thinking about buying one of these.  But I didn't think of a way to store them.  So I broke down and bought my regular drug store shampoo.
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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

if i were looking into shampoos id probably give these a try.  the ingredients look really nice:

for the marshmallow and aloe:

Ingredients: saponified oils of a marshmallow infused olive; babassu; unrefined shea nut butter; coconut; castor bean; grape seed; mango seed butter and jojoba; aloe vera; rosemary oil extract; and essential oils of orange; ylang ylang; patchouli and eucalyptus.




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it does sound nice...i think i will try it. i have been looking for a shampoo and conditioner that have no sulfates and silicones.
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Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

I was really thinking about buying one of these.  But I didn't think of a way to store them.  So I broke down and bought my regular drug store shampoo.


what do you mean my store them?
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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

I was really thinking about buying one of these.  But I didn't think of a way to store them.  So I broke down and bought my regular drug store shampoo.


what do you mean my store them?

Where to keep it or what to put it in after I use it and it's all wet and messy.
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Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

Originally posted by krisviola1 krisviola1 wrote:

I was really thinking about buying one of these.  But I didn't think of a way to store them.  So I broke down and bought my regular drug store shampoo.


what do you mean my store them?

Where to keep it or what to put it in after I use it and it's all wet and messy.


you can use a plastic soap holder.  they sell them everywhere but its the kind of thing you find when your not looking for itLOL:


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