Absolutely WILD-Berry Hair & Everywhere Bar - Rowdy Kind
1 bar = 2 bottles
Cruelty-Free & Vegan
Palm Oil Free
No Sulfates, Parabens or PEG
Get your kids looking and smelling their best, even when they’re up to no good. This Absolutely WILD-Berry Hair & Everywhere Bar gets its naturally colourful swirls from mica, with a cherry-berry scent that’s good enough to eat — though it’s better for cleaning hair and stinky feet!
These bars come naked wrapped in paper. Or you can choose to add a tin to store your bar in between uses or on your travels.
We are so pleased to be stockists of Rowdy Kind. Charlie is a huge fan and after using their bars on her boys, she knew that we had to have them. They smell amazing, are so easy to use and unlike some soap & shampoo bars , they won't go soft in water - great if your kids like playing with them in the bath. And, best of all, they are kind to the planet and to your children's skin.
How to use
- Rub the bar against a wet sponge, cloth or your hands a couple of times to generate a thick, soap-y lather. Then, go at your little stinker with the sponge and the suds will do the rest.
- The great thing about these bars is you actually can just hand it over to your kid (unlike a liquid where there’s always that risk it’s all going to disappear down the drain!!). Let your child pretend to be a grown-up by handing them the bar and say “go for it” — holding the bar in their hand, instruct them to rub all over their ‘everywhere’ regions.
- These Hair & Everywhere Bars are also game to be handwashing soap, sink side. Simply wet hands, give the bar a rub-a-dub, put it back down, rub your fingers and palms together for 20 seconds (singing ‘Happy Birthday’ is a good impromptu timer) and then rinse! Easy peasy.
- To wash hair, hold the bar in your hand and rub it on the scene of the grime AKA your kid’s wet hair. Then, massage the suds into the hair and scalp with your hands and spread the foam everywhere, rinse as per usual — it really is that simple!
How to store your Hair & Everywhere Bar
Like any soap, show your Hair & Everywhere Bar love by letting it dry out between uses on the side of the tub, sink or shower.
Use a soap dish or if you choose to add a Rowdy Kind tin, use the lid, sitting the bar on top. If it slips off, turn the lid upside down and put the bar in there — just make sure it’s not full of water before you do!
Ingredients & Information
Sodium Coco Isethionate, Stearic Acid, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Theobroma Cocao Seed Butter (Cocoa Butter), Glycerin, Parfum, Benzyl alcohol, CI 77007, CI 77288, Dehydroacetic Acid, Phenoxyethanol.
Sodium Coco Isethionate: This is a very mild, coconut based cleanser. It comes in a fine powder to make it easy to combine into the bars. In the US they call it “baby foam”, which gives you an idea of how wonderful it is! A little science, but bars need to have two slightly different cleansers to be really good. So Rowdy Kind have this in combination with Cocamidopropyl Betaine.
Cocamidopropyl Betaine: This is a liquid coconut-based cleanser. It’s known for producing foam quickly, it’s what makes our bars foam up, even thought they’re super gentle.
Stearic Acid: First thing to say, is our Stearic Acid is certified palm free. In our bars it does three things – it makes all the ingredients combine together into a smooth solid bar, secondly it helps make them foam up and be fun, and finally it leaves a lovely silky smooth moisturised feel on skin.
About Rowdy Kind
Rowdy Kind was born from those meaningful, magical moments between parents and their kids — creating more of those today so that our not-so-little ones can be bolder, braver, better grown-ups tomorrow. We are raising the bath bar so the next generation can have the confidence to ask bigger questions, have even bigger hearts and be good to the huge planet we all share. Imagine if creating a kinder world began with talking in the tub?
Kids want a better bath time solution: fun but gentle, not "pink for girls, blue for boys", and definitely it has to be great for the environment. When we couldn't find it, we had to do it ourselves.
We're the Rowdy Kind. Let's raise the bath bar, together.