Product Spotlight- Shampoo Bar

Shampoo is a staple item for essentially everyone across the globe. Whether you have long or short hair, coily or straight, young or old, man or woman- we all wash our hair. That is why many have been led to believe that all shampoos are created equal. This could not be any farther from the truth. 

Many popular shampoos contain ingredients such as harsh sulfates and parabens. While these do create the suds that we associate with a cleansing agent, they can also strip our hair of important oils and nutrients.  This can leave the hair dry, brittle, and dull. For people with curly, kinky, and coily hair this isn’t always the best option.


Those with curly hair typically struggle with dry hair, so stripping the hair as many shampoos do, consistently can cause damage over time. 

This is why Strands of Faith created its Non-Stripping Shampoo Bar. This shampoo is a staple for any wash day! It combines natural cleansing agents to remove buildup on the hair and scalp. It leaves hair feeling fresh and clean. The bar form makes it easy to use and helps you not waste extra product. It can last up to 60 washes! 

Moisturized hair starts from wash day, so adding this to your arsenal just may be the change you need to get the results you want. It can be used for all hair types and also works well with locs and relaxed hair. Start hydrating your hair today!

 


How to use

Thoroughly wet your hair. Being rubbing the wet shampoo bar between your wet hands to create a nice lather and then use your fingers like a comb to smooth the lather throughout your hair.

Gently massage it into your scalp and hair as you would with a bottled shampoo and then rinse and repeat as desired!

 

Protip-  A little goes a long way. In order to increase the longevity of your bar, cut off a small piece to use at once. Once that is used up then proceed to cut another small piece until the soap is finished

Pick up your Strands of Faith Non-Stripping Shampoo Bar today. 

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