Use & Care Guide for Your Soap, Shampoo, and Conditioner Bars

Getting Started

For all products, begin by wetting the bar under warm water. Rub it between your hands to generate lather or apply it directly to your body or hair. For shampoo and conditioner bars, you can also rub the bar directly on your wet hair. Work up a good lather and then rinse thoroughly.

Soap Bars (5.3 oz)

  • After use, place your soap bar in a dry area away from water streams to prevent it from melting. A well-ventilated soap dish is ideal.
  • Avoid direct sunlight and high humidity, which can cause the bar to warp or lose fragrance.

Shampoo Bars (2.8 oz)

  • Squeeze out excess water from your hair before application for a richer lather.
  • After use, store the shampoo bar in a cool, dry place, ideally on a soap dish with drainage to air dry. This ensures the bar doesn't become soggy or dissolve quickly.

Conditioner Bars (2.8 oz)

  • Apply the conditioner bar by gliding it over the ends of your hair, avoiding the scalp to prevent greasiness.
  • Like the shampoo bar, keep your conditioner bar in a dry, ventilated spot to extend its lifespan.

Long-Term Care

  • Both shampoo and conditioner bars should be kept away from sitting water. Dry bars last longer and maintain their structural integrity.
  • In high humidity, consider storing your bars in a container with ventilation holes.
  • Cutting bars into smaller pieces can make them easier to handle and helps you switch between scents or products more frequently.

General Tips

  • Regular use is key. Bars left unused for extended periods may lose scent or efficacy. However, the quality and cleansing properties remain intact.
  • If you notice any changes in performance or fragrance, using the product more frequently can help rejuvenate its qualities.

By following these simple care instructions, you can enjoy the luxurious, effective cleansing experience provided by your all-natural soap, shampoo, and conditioner bars, while ensuring they last as long as possible.