Coconut Lime Conditioner Bar
Coconut Lime Conditioner Bar
Coconut Lime Conditioner Bar

Conditioner Bar

Coconut Lime

$13.99

Bask in the tropical scent of coconut extract and lime while hydrating thirsty strands. Your hair will drink up the essential fatty acids and vitamins in this planted-based solid conditioner bar. 

MELT WARNING The same properties that make this product so wonderful may also cause it to melt during shipping to warm locations. We cannot offer refunds in this case, but simply pop it in the fridge to firm it up and it will be as good as new!

Size: 3 oz. bar
Scent: Coconut Lime

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  • Est Delivery:Jun 18 - Jun 22

  • Free Shipping: On all orders over $100

  • Sustainability: One bar saves 3 bottles!

About This Product

What could be more luxurious than our Conditioner Bar? It's made with argan, coconut, and jojoba oils which are all key ingredients to hydrate a dry scalp and parched strands. We add cocoa butter to gently detangle and deep condition hair. Each Conditioner Bar has a matching Shampoo Bar so you can complete your set of natural hair care products.

The Coconut Lime formula is perfect for Type 3 hair (curly hair) and Type 4 (coily or kinky hair).

MELT WARNING: The same properties that make this product so wonderful may also cause it to melt during shipping to warm locations. Item melts at 137.57℉ and ships May-August with biodegradable ice-packs.

How to Use

After shampooing your strands with our Shampoo Bar, gently lather the Conditioner Bar into the ends of your hair. Comb any excess onto scalp with fingers. Rinse. Style as desired or let it air dry, either way, your hair will shine and be tangle-free! Store in a dry space away from moisture.

Ingredients

  • Emulsifying Wax
  • Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter*
  • Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit*
  • Cetyl Alcohol
  • Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil
  • Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil
  • Argania Spinosa (Argan) Nut Oil
  • Hydroxypropylthrimonium Honey (Honeyquat)
  • Hydrolyzed Oats
  • Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil
  • and Natural Fragrance

*Fair-trade Ingredient

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you store Conditioner Bars?

Storing conditioner bars properly is essential to prolong their lifespan and ensure they remain in good condition. Here's how you can store conditioner bars effectively:

  1. Keep them dry
  2. Use a container
  3. Travel containers
  4. Elevate

By following these storage tips, you can ensure that your conditioner bars stay in good shape and last longer, making them more convenient and cost-effective for your hair care routine.

How do you use Conditioner bars?

Using conditioner bars is slightly different from using traditional liquid conditioners, but it's relatively simple once you get the hang of it. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use conditioner bars:

  1. Wet your hair
  2. Prepare the conditioner bar.
  3. Apply to hair
  4. Massage In
  5. Rinse thoroughly
  6. Store properly

Keep in mind that conditioner bars are concentrated, so you may not need as much product as you would with a liquid conditioner. It's best to start with a small amount and adjust as needed to prevent over-conditioning your hair. Conditioner bars are a more eco-friendly alternative to traditional bottled conditioners, and with a little practice, you can achieve great results while reducing your environmental footprint. Many people only apply conditioner to the ends of their hair to start, during the transition period.

Is there anything I can do with the small leftover bits of my Conditioner bar?

Absolutely! You can make the most of the small leftover bits of your conditioner bar to avoid wasting them. Here are some ideas for what you can do with those remaining pieces:

  1. Combine and Mold - If you have multiple small bits of conditioner bars, you can amalgamate them into a single bar.
  2. Use as a Leave-In Conditioner - Rather than using the leftover bits in the shower, repurpose them as a leave-in conditioner.
  3. Make a Hair Mask- Grate or finely chop the small conditioner pieces and blend them with a bit of water to form a hair mask.
  4. Use as Shaving Cream - The remnants of the conditioner bar can be used as a replacement for shaving cream.

By exploring creative ways to utilize the leftover bits, you can decrease waste and make the most of your conditioner bars.