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Earth Elements

Shampoo Bar Cedar&Ginger for Oily Hair 70g

€7.95 EUR

Handmade – Vegan – Natural

+/- 70 grams

With Moroccan Rhassoul clay, cocoa, cedarwood & ginger essential oil. Available in two different types: normal to oily hair and normal to dry hair.


Normal to oily hair: suitable for hair that gets greasy faster, thin hair, lifeless hair, or if you just switch from regular shampoo to a shampoo bar.

Normal to dry hair: suitable for curly and damaged hair. These bars contain 15 per cent more oil than the normal to oily hair bars.


Basic saponified oils: olive oil, coconut oil, cocoa butter and argan oil.

INCI : sodium olivate, sodium cocoate, sodium argania spinosa (NOOT, NUT), sodium cocoa butterate, aqua, glycerin, theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed powder, cedrus atlantica (cedarwood) wood oil, zingiber officinale (ginger) oil, rhassoul clay

**from organic and fair trade source



Earth Elements shampoo bars and soap bars are made with love, right here in the Netherlands. The idea of making shampoo and soap in solid form started about 10 years ago with the founder of Earth Elements, Chi Chi Schaul. She was tired of the endless pile of plastic bottles and wanted to use products with natural ingredients. When she couldn't find this in the store, she decided to make the bars herself. Eventually, this grew organically into a company. Today she is still the one who makes the vegan shampoo bars and soap bars here, in small batches, from natural ingredients. She keeps the list of ingredients as small as possible and keeps out unnecessary chemical substances. Her shampoo bars and soap bars are vegan, which means that the bars contain no ingredients from animals. The shampoo bars and soap bars are natural, which means that we use natural clays for colour and essential oils for scent. The bars are made, cut and packaged by hand in small batches. The packaging and labels are made from recycled cardboard and paper. And this is all happening, right here in the Netherlands!