Our Mango Butter Conditioner Bar can add moisture, protect and improve the overall health of your hair with Mango Butter containing Vitamins A & C, ideal for hair, Avocado Oil providing deep moisturisation, and Lemon Essential Oil stimulating scalp circulation and hair growth!.
This bar can help: Dry hair, moisturise
This bar works best with: Hard & Soft Water
Mango Butter contains vitamins ideally suited to the hair such as Vitamin A and C, as well as antioxidants and is easily absorbed into the hair to not only moisturise and strengthen it, but it can also repair split ends and add volume and Avocado Oil contains Vitamin D and helps hair growth, provides deep moisturising, fights dandruff, and can help with certain skin disorders such as Acne, Eczema And Psoriasis.
Lemon Essential Oil can stimulate scalp circulation and encourage hair growth, provides a calming effect for the scalp, and can help with those experiencing overly greasy hair.
This listing is for one bar at approximately 80g and is wrapped in 100% recyclable paper.
Save money – our bars can generally last longer than bottled shampoos/conditioners
Convenient, caring and nourishing, not to mention plant based and ideal for the bath, shower or to take with you on holiday.
Vegan Friendly – our bars do not contain any ingredients derived from animals and none of the ingredients have been tested on animals.
After use, please allow the bar to dry in a draining dish or other suitable area where it won’t be exposed to sitting water.
BTMS/Incroquat (from Colza Oil), Mango Butter, Cetyl Alcohol, Avocado Oil, Plantaserve E (preservative), Lemon Essential Oil
Using Our Conditioner Bars
Simply wash your hair as normal, using one of our shampoo bars of course, take the conditioner bar and whilst your hair is under the shower (or soak your hair very thoroughly if in the bath) glide the conditioner bar over your hair making sure you cover the hair well. If still in the shower, step out of the spray and continue running the bar over your hair for a few seconds until you feel a ‘cream’ develop, then work your fingertips into your hair covering all areas. Feel free to leave the conditioner in your hair for a few minutes for a deeper condition, then rinse your hair thoroughly.
For particularly long hair, we would advise you stroke your hair with the conditioner bar, you don’t need to go mad with it, just as long as your hair is making contact with the bar, and do this for as long as you feel necessary but avoid overusing it to begin with, use your hands to make sure the hair is fully covered and rinse thoroughly.
Brush the hair after towel drying and once again as it dries.