Goat Milk Shampoo Bar
Our Goat Milk Shampoo Bar includes the goodness of Goat’s Milk along with a plethora of herbs and oils known for loving your hair! Your hair is bound to love this shampoo bar!
We use Organic, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil for the base in most of our shampoo bars due to its goodness to hair along with its great lather. Then we added a generous amount of Shea Butter, Rosehip Oil, Hemp Oil and Argan Oil. These are all great oils for the hair!
We began with Horsetail Extract, followed by lots of other herbs that are known for adding strength and moisture to hair. Nettle, Buckthorn, Hibiscus and Rosemary to name a few. Check out the ingredient list for the complete list.
Other Natural Additives
If you research essential oils you probably already know that Geranium and Frankincense are both renown for use in hair products. But they also make a great smelling combination and thus a pleasant hair washing experience. Essential oils do their job in your hair, but will not actually scent your hair for long. (Only artificial scents will do that and we do not use those here.)
We also included Pro vitamin b-5 (Panthenol) in this bar. This is a natural ingredient that helps strengthen and moisturize the hair.
Why the long list of ingredients?
Glad you asked. ;P There is a popular idea out there that the shorter the list of ingredients, the better the product. Well, sometimes, like in the situation with allergies (We carry Castile for that very reason.) but usually not. In a genuine shampoo bar (Snydet bars are synthetic detergent bars; you don’t want those.) you will have a base followed by lesser amounts of other oils. So let’s do some basic math here. We obviously have to have a total of 100% when we are done. So, lets say we have only five ingredients. All that will mean in the end is more base, less of the Super Oils and Butters.
Why can’t we just put in more of the Super Oils and Butters? Because, quite honestly, you get to a percentage of the oil at which more simply doesn’t do any better. It does your hair more good to have a wide variety of the benefits several oils can do, than simply one good oil.