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Florist Shampoo Bar

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Florist Shampoo Bar


These shampoo bars are formulated and made right in Calgary, Alberta. And if you'd seen Francesca's hair, you'd be asking for the secret to her luscious mane... and these shampoo and conditioner bars are it!

The FLORIST sweet but free spirited, nurturing, & soft, she’s the most hydrating out there.

Scented with lavender, ylang ylang, sandalwood essential oils

Coloured with natural pink pastel clay

BEST FOR dry and or brittle hair, thick or curly hair, over coloured or over processed hair

Never used hair bars before? It's easy! The shampoo bar is the bigger bar, and the conditioner is the smaller one. Apply by swiping the bar directly onto your hair, massage to lather the shampoo, and rinse clean. With the conditioner, you may choose to let it work its magic for 20-30 seconds before rinsing. Remember, you need very little to achieve desired results, as these bars have all the wasteful fillers and water removed. Explore with how much you need depending on the length and thickness of your hair, but remember, a little goes a long way!

Caring for your hair bars is simple. Try and keep them somewhere they can dry between uses, and make sure to drain any leftover water. This will increase the life span of your hair bars.

Tips and tricks One of our favorite things about these hair bars is you can use the shampoo bar as a full-body soap and the conditioner bar as a shave bar! Basically, the only two things you will ever need in your shower again!

Zero waste facts These hair bars are made in Calgary with natural and organic ingredients. There is no unnecessary packaging used throughout the entire process, completely cutting out the overseas shipping from manufactures and the plastic waste of bottles. Francesca strives to make these products something you can feel good about using, that perform incredibly well, all the while reducing our footprint along the way. Every little bit helps!