Lemony Vegan Shampoo Bar – Hatton
Natural and vegan this lemony shampoo bar is handcrafted by Hatton Handmade Soap.
This natural solid shampoo is completely plastic-free and made using 100% natural ingredients such as coconut oil, shea butter and sweet almond oil, all of which are great for maintaining healthy hair.
Blended with cocoa butter for it’s natural nourishing properties and may chang for it’s lemony sherbet scent.
***Please note there is a transition period when changing to 100% natural shampoo bar – if you are unsure what this means check out my video.***
- 100% Natural ingredients
- Cruelty free & Vegan
- No SLS, Palm Oil or synthetic chemicals
- Both soap and packaging is biodegradable
- Handmade in Lincolnshire, England
Please note colour may vary due to this being a natural handmade product.
****Please note**** When you first start using natural shampoos there is an adjustment period where you hair need to rid itself of all the chemical residues left from traditional shampoos, please see my blog on how to use natural shampoo bars
Handcrafted by Hatton Handmade Soap in Lincolnshire, UK. This natural solid shampoo bar is made using the cold process method using vegan ingredients and then cut by hand.
All Hatton shampoo bars are cruelty free, free from palm oil, vegan, 100% natural & zero waste.
Blended with natural essential oils, coconut oil, shea butter and sweet almond oil as well as other key ingredients that nourish and cleanse the hair. These are just a few of ingredients that make this natural shampoo so amazing!
May Chang – With a scent just like lemon sherbet, may chang replaces lemon, which doesn’t hold up so well in a shampoo bar. Don’t worry you won’t be able to tell the difference.
Cocoa Butter – Naturally calming and relaxing, ylang ylang is known for it’s soothing properties, especially great for irritated and itchy skin.
Hatton Handmade Shampoo comes to us plastic-free, you’ll receive your shampoo bar wrapped in biodegradable tissue paper, also completely plastic-free.
|Dimensions||100 × 60 × 30 mm|
Coconut Oil (Sodium Cocoate), Olive Oil (Sodium Olivate), Castor Oil (Sodium Castorate), Sweet Almond Oil (Sodium Almondate), Cocoa Butter (Sodium Cocoa Butterate), Water (Aqua), Naturally-occurring Glycerin, Shea Butter (Sodium Shea Butterate), Essential Oils of May Chang (Litsea Cubeba) and Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica), Lemon Peel Powder.
*Citral, Geraniol, Linalool, Citronellol, Limonene
*Allergens Naturally Occurring In Essential Oils
How To Use
Please Note: There is usually an adjustment period for your hair when using natural shampoo.
To use the shampoo bar just wet your hair thoroughly and lather up the shampoo from the bar using your hands to then spread over your head until you feel enough has been left on your hair to create a lather.
Wash as normal and you can then use your usual conditioner if you wish or you may find over time you will not need it as your hair is not stripped of its natural healthy oils.
If you live in a hard water area you may need to rinse or spray hair with a vinegar rinse of 1 tablespoon ACV (apple cider vinegar) per cup of warm water and rinse out.
Hints + Tips
Having greasy hair may be a fall out from using a commercial shampoo. Commercial detergent shampoo will have stripped your hair of its natural oils, your scalp would then have produced more oil to compensate for this. Therefore it may take a week or more for your scalp to re-balance its oil production, during this period you hair may feel greasy or heavy.
There is also the problem of product build up from commercial shampoo’s and conditioners which often contain waxes, synthetic silicones, and silica that coat your hair, to make it “feel” nice, but leave a residue in your hair.
You can help remove this build up by rinsing you hair with 2 tablespoons of baking soda dissolved in a cup of warm water.
Also the water you are washing your hair with may be causing problems. Have you tried the apple cider vinegar rinse?
You may need to use a stronger solution than the one suggested above.
Another trick if you live in a hard water area is to add a tablespoon of baking soda to a pint of warm water. Use this solution to wet hair before shampooing. It can help the shampoo bar lather better and thus rinse out more thoroughly.
Please always make sure you have rinsed your hair thoroughly after shampooing.
About Hatton Handmade Soap
Emily, the founder of Hatton, handcrafts all her soap bars from her cottage in Lincolnshire, soap making is a true passion which she has now turned into a successful business. Hatton Handmade Soap are pretty local to Peace With The Wild, just over an hour away close to a few of my family members! I was visiting my mum and found Hatton and their wonderful natural soap bars.
We share very similar values when it comes to the environment and our health, Hatton truly believe natural soap is not only better for your skin, but the planet too!
Hatton use minimal packaging and no plastic when it comes to wrapping their soap bars. The soap is also free from palm oil, cruelty and animal by products. Using only natural ingredients that help cleanse and smooth our skin, there is no better alternative to commercial synthetic soap.