Our shampoo bar contain sulfates, the cleaning agent known to make your shampoo sudsy and remove grime – but they will also reduce the longevity of color in the hair. However, we use a less harsh sulfate to make our bars lather to give you the best of both worlds without harshly stripping your color.

Women have far too long been the target of marketing to fix anything from their outer appearance to their inner wellbeing. Recently, self care has become a buzzword word tossed around to fix all your problems, but in all reality, if you're suffering from anxiety or depression, a nice long shower isn't going to solve anything.

When you enter the world of shampoo bars, it might be hard for you to make your decision on your first shampoo bar. What's the difference between these bars anyway!?
It’s time we stop living for the weekend and start living for today by making time for ourselves! Self-care is any activity that takes care of our mental, emotional, and physical health. 
Sulfates are considered a shampooing staple. However, the use of sulfates in shampoo has started to become controversial. So what are sulfates anyway?
Transitioning to a zero-waste lifestyle can be difficult. It requires purchasing new items you're not used to, giving up old habits and creating new ones. Take it one day at a time. Tackle one plastic item and then move on to the next.