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Organic Happie Coconut Shampoo Bar in Lavender, Peppermint or Tea Tree are all natural and great for those of us with sensitive scalps.


Goat’s milk is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. While it deep cleans your scalp, it is exfoliating old, dead skin cells to reveal the new, healthy skin underneath. Then it soothes irritated scalp, adds vitamins and minerals, and rehydrates, leaving your scalp and hair moisturized, nourished and radiantly beautiful! The shampoo bars are made using milk from a Lamancha herd.
They are made the old-fashioned way using the cold process method to preserve all the goodness

 

Our Shampoo Bars are made with a base of Palm and soybean oil, castor oil goat milk & lye. Along with essential oil of Lavender, Peppermint or Tea Tree.


For those of us with sensitive skin, very light scent of Essential oils are used and not just fragrance or perfume.

Each bar of Happie Coconut soap is hand-cut, individually wrapped and weighs approximately 3 oz.

 

How to Use a Shampoo BarWe have found that different people prefer to use the shampoo bar in different ways.  We recommend that if you have shorter hair, you start with one or two swipes of the soap across your hair.  Then lather and spread through your hair.For longer hair, produce a lather in your hands and then rub onto your scalp and spread it through your hair.  You can experiment with both ways to see which method you prefer. No matter the length of your hair, you want to be sure to massage your scalp as you are using the shampoo bar.   The scalp produces oils that protect the hair shaft and prevent breakage. So when you are washing your hair, it is just as important (if not more important) to clean the scalp and not just the hair. Conventional hair products continuously strip the natural oils, thereby causing your scalp to produce excess oil. Many people find that their scalp adjusts immediately to a natural shampoo.  But for others, it can take several weeks for your scalp to adjust to the shampoo bar and stop producing excess oil.Because everyone's skin (and scalp) is different, we can't tell you how long it will take.  But I don't know of anybody who has committed to make the switch who hasn't adjusted to it. If your scalp doesn't immediately adjust and your hair is feeling yucky, you may just need to give it some time. Your scalp will eventually adjust if you are patient.When using the shampoo bar, it is also very important to not use too much. Using too much of the shampoo bar can cause sticky and heavy feeling hair.   It takes very little shampoo bar lather to get th