Citrus Coco Shampoo – Natural, Zero Waste – Kind Beeuty
A Zero Waste, Plastic-Free Liquid Shampoo
If you prefer a liquid plastic-free shampoo to a solid bar, then look no further. We think you'll love this 100% natural and detergent-free Citrus Coco Shampoo. This citrus coco shampoo is a wonderful nutrient-rich addition to daily routines. It is formulated to nourish, restore a natural shine, and to leave gorgeous natural aroma of lemon and lemongrass essential oils. This 100% natural shampoo will gently cleanse the hair and scalp, leaving hair soft and conditioned.
Available in two options
With pump - this includes the aluminium bottle with metal screw lid as well as the separate shampoo pump.
Plastic-free option - just the aluminium bottle with metal screw top. You can just pour onto hand or reuse a pump you already have.
- 100% Natural
- Palm Oil Free
- Preservatives Free
- Paraben Free
- Artificial Fragrance Free
Aqua, saponified oils of Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Jojoba Oil, Black Seed Oil, and Essential Oils of Lemon, Lemongrass, Lavender, and Rosemary.
How to use your natural shampoo
Comb out dry hair before shampooing. Do not miss this step, especially if you use styling products. Wet hair and add shampoo. It is very important is to lather the shampoo into your hair really well, and to use lots of lather when washing your hair.
You need to work the shampoo into your hair with water so that you wash away the dirt and extra oils not needed by your hair. If you are used to using normal commercial shampoo and shampoo twice, you will notice that the second wash produces a lot more lather.
The first wash is mixing with the dirt and excess oil in your hair so the second wash is working on cleaner hair. The same is true for our natural liquid shampoo. So lather up again if you need to. Rinse out thoroughly and follow with a botanical rinse. We sell the Kind Beeuty Conditioning Aloe Vera Rinse which compliments this liquid shampoo. and Kind Beeuty Botanicals Conditioner for super soft hair.
Some tips for switching to shampoo/conditioner bars...
"When we started our plastic-free journey, our bathrooms were, like most peoples, full of plastic bottles. Switching to shampoo bars, conditioner bars, and soaps instead of commercial shampoos, conditioners and shower gels was a no-brainer. However, like us, you might find you have to go through a bit of a transition period when switching to a natural shampoo. Your hair may feel slightly tacky after washing to begin with, especially if it is long and thick. Please don't give up after one or two washes. It can take up to two weeks for you to rid your hair of the build-up of chemicals left over by commercial shampoos and conditioners. And, we promise you, if you persevere, you will be rewarded with the healthiest hair of your life.
There are a couple of things you can do to make things easier when switching to a natural shampoo.
Before using your natural shampoo for the first time, try giving your hair a baking soda cleanse to remove any chemical and product build-up. Just mix a few teaspoons of baking soda with a pint of water and pour over your hair while massaging in. Then rinse. This will unclog the pores that have been coated in silicone and synthetic waxes, allowing them to breathe and release the natural sebum. We also find that using a Conditioning Hair Rinse after shampooing is fantastic for getting rid of any tacky feeling. A combination of apple cider vinegar or citric acid and botanical oils, it will also add shine and rinse away any leftover soap, grease and product residue. We love Kind Beeuty's Conditioning Aloe Vera Rinse.
Spray liberally onto hair and massage/comb through from roots to tips. Leave on for about 20 seconds and then rinse out. You can also use Kind Beeuty's Pure Botanicals Conditioner after shampooing. If you are using a botanical rinse, you probably won't need a conditioner. But, if you do, use sparingly or just through the ends of your hair."