Palm Free Irish Soap Silky Soft Conditioner Bar for Normal/Dry and Colour Treated Hair
Our summary: we love this company's ethos - they help protect the rainforests by not using any palm oil, they instead use gentle, natural ingredients that work, and they are passionate about minimal packaging so they make their gorgeous products zero waste without any plastic packaging. We love the new silky soft TLC conditioner bar - only a small amount is needed after washing and it works well to return the hair to soft smoothness without tangles.
Whatever mood your hair is in, the new TLC Solid Conditioner Bar from Palm Free has been developed to ease out those knots and condition each strand of your hair, leaving it soft, shiny and tangle-free. Moisturizing cocoa butter & Volumising Rice Protein are just some of the ingredients you’ll find in these hair-caring bars.
One bar is the equivalent of up to 1⁄2 litre of liquid conditioner so can save up to 3 plastic conditioner bottles from going to landfill or the incinerator!
All ingredients are traced back to source, to ensure that they maintain our 100% Palm Oil Free ethos.
Benefits for you and the environment:
Mild, gentle conditioning ingredients, formulated using cutting edge Green Chemistry
Organic Butters moisturise and nourish hair & scalp.
Pro-Condition 22 ensures tresses are left feeling nourished and silky smooth.
Active ingredients Panthenol and Amino Rice protein work together to protect, strengthen and hydrate hair.
Natural detangling action promotes silky, smooth hair.
Effectively balanced to keep hair in its optimal pH range.
Works well in hard water areas.
Extremely Long lasting, Economical & Travel Friendly.
Gently scented with a fresh blend of Organic Lavender, Organic Lemongrass & Bergamot Pure Essential Oils!
Plastic Free, Palm Free and Preservative Free.
- 100% Vegan.
- Hand-made and Hand-stamped in small batches.
24 hours before using for the first time, please perform a patch & strand test on a small inconspicuous area. Should irritation occur, please discontinue use immediately.
Always Keep Away from eyes! Should contact occur, rinse thoroughly with warm fresh water
Minimum weight 75G
Apply sparingly to wet hair to create a creamy lather and massage into scalp. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Repeat if desired.
Brassica Alcohol, Behentrimonium Chloride, Organic Cocoa Butter, Glycerol Stearate, , (Brassicamidopropyl Dimethylamine) Panthenol (B5), Rice Amino Acid Protein, Glycerine, Citric Acid. Essential Oils of Organic Lavandin, (Lavendula Hybrida), Bergamot (Citrus aurantium), Organic Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Schoenanthus). Colour CI.77492
The exquisite range of The Palm Free Irish Soap Co visually stunning soaps will grace any bathroom. These beautifully scented bars of goodness contain pure filtered crystal clear Irish rainwater and are nourished with exotic oils of Shea nut, Cocoa Butter and Olive oil to gently cleanse, moisturise and perfume your skin.
Palm Free Irish Soap use minimal packaging, all soaps are sold in a simple recyclable brown paper bag, and all ingredients and products are completely GMO Free and free from any form of animal testing.
Caring for your shampoo bar:
To gain maximum benefit from your soap/shampoo bar use within 6 months of purchase, if you intend to keep it for longer, please store in a suitable cool dry & dark area such as a drawer. After using your soap, leave to drain on an appropriate soap dish, soap rest or even an upturned nail brush, this will help preserve the life of your Natural Soap.
Why no palm oil?
There is nothing actually wrong with Palm Oil itself, in fact Palm Oil is an excellent source of vegetable oil. It is the method by which it is farmed and grown, also where it is planted, that causes the problems. For instance, vast swathes of precious rainforests in Indonesia and Malaysia are being lost on a daily basis, as much as the size of 300 football pitches an HOUR are being cleared to make way for the Palm Oil plantations. It’s not just the wildlife that are suffering, it is also the indigenous people and their heritage that is being lost, their home is made up of over 20,000 flowering plant species, 300,000 animal species and don’t forget about the trees.