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6 Benefits of Switching to Shampoo Bars


Switching to Shampoo bars can save you money, make your hair healthier and can have huge benefits for the planet. Here are amazing reasons why you should swap to shampoo bars today.

Shampoo bars are environmentally friendly

The number one benefit to switching to shampoo bars and conditioner bars is they drastically reduce single-use plastic waste ending up in landfills or in the ocean. Zero waste shampoo can be a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and prevent toxic chemicals entering waterways. This simple switch can have a huge impact.

Shampoo bars are natural and gentle

Many liquid shampoos contain harmful chemicals such as parabens, silicones, surfactants and preservatives that strip hair of its natural moisturising oils and leave the scalp dry. Shampoo bars are packed with essential oils and sustainable natural ingredients, that help to lock in moisture and keep your hair soft, full of volume and healthy.

Shampoo bars last longer and save money  

A shampoo bar can last up to 3x longer than a conventional bottle of liquid shampoo! They are more concentrated than traditional shampoos and conditioners, so you use less and save money. 

Shampoo bars are travel friendly and multi-purpose

Say goodbye to clutter, travel bottles and spills when travelling and camping. Shampoo bars are lightweight and liquid free, making airport security easier. They are also versatile and can easily be used as soap for your body and face while travelling.

Space Savers

Shampoo bars take up less room in the bathroom so they’re a great way to declutter and keep your bathroom clean and minimal.

Cruelty-free and Vegan Friendly

This is not exclusive to solid shampoos, but all our shampoo bars are 100% cruelty-free and vegan, they do not contain any animal-derived ingredients!

Here at The Living Co., we have curated a wide range of plastic free shampoo bars and conditioners to help you make the switch to sustainable, economical and healthy alternatives. 


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