Liquid shampoo versus hair soap!
If you have been using (hyper chemical) liquid shampoo for years and you switch to (hyper natural) hair soap, keep in mind that your scalp needs to get used to it first. After all, your scalp is addicted to the chemicals. Maybe that's why your hair will feel a bit crazy or stiff in the beginning. Rinsing with some apple cider vinegar diluted in water can help (just pour it over your hair or put it in a spray bottle). Know that you will soon be completely crazy about solid hair soap!
What is the difference between hair soap and solid shampoo?
Solid shampoo (shampoo bar)has a similar composition to liquid shampoo. But without sulfates, silicones and microplastics that you often find in the ingredients of liquid shampoo. Many people prefer solid shampoo because there is no adjustment period for your hair and scalp.
Hair soap is a real soap, but with an adapted recipe so that it is suitable for washing your hair. You have to get used to washing with hair soap. Hair soaps have a basic pH value, so it is recommended to perform a so-called "acidic rinse" after washing. It is a rinse with water mixed with vinegar or lemon.
Both types are equally good for your hair.
Solid hair soap from Speick
Speick hair soap is an excellent alternative to liquid shampoo. The added "Fair Trade" argan oil strengthens the hair and gives dry hair a beautiful shine. The wheat proteins make it easy to comb the hair and you have fewer problems with knots. Speick hair soap is not packed in plastic, but comes in a paper wrapper. This soap contains no preservatives and sulfates. As a result, the hair soap lasts longer and it doesn't dry out easily. In addition, the hair soap foams just as well as liquid shampoo.
How do you use hair soap?
1.Lightly lather the soap by hand and rub the lather into wet hair. Then rinse the hair thoroughly.
Recommendation: Do not rub the entire bar of soap directly onto your hair, but let it foam in your hands.
2. Repeat the washing process: in the first wash, the dirt and dust particles are absorbed and removed. In the second wash, the hair is then thoroughly deep cleaned. During the second wash, the soap usually foams a lot more.
3. Then rinse with an 'acidic' rinse (about 1 tablespoon of vinegar for 800 ml of water).
* Gluten and lactose free
* Mineral oil free
* Without preservation
* Without synthetic additives
* Without perfume
Sodium Palmate, Sodium Cocoate, Aqua (Water), Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Sodium Olivate, Glycerin, Parfum (Fragrance), Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Hydrolyzed Wheat Gluten, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Sodium Gluconate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Thiosulfate, CI 75120 (Annatto), Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.
99.92% of the total product is of natural origin