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Herbal Soapless Shampoo (16 ounces)

Herbal Soapless Shampoo (16 ounces)

Our Price: $29.99

Product Code: HSH



  • Herbal (soapless) Shampoo 16 ounces (472 mL)
  • Comes with 1/2 bar of our natural soap
  • Yucca and Soap Berries naturally cleanse

  • 16 Powerful Hair Strengthening Herbs

  • Improves the Health of your Scalp

  • 15% Fermented Rice Water

  • Easy to use.

  • Sulfate Free

  • Color Safe

  • 8 ounce bottle should last a while.

5 stars

“I have been wearing hair pieces, wigs, braids
and also coloring my hair for most of my life. My
hair line is gone on both sides due to this. Since
I’ve been using this Herbal Shampoo my hairline
is growing back and my gray hairs has been diminishing
little by little….I can’t believe my eyes, but it’s happening”
Jackie R.
” I have dry hair, very dry hair that is brittle and I’m
a natural sandy blonde. I came to see my hairdresser
for my usual wash and deep conditioning treatment and she asked
me if I would like to try this herbal shampoo. I said
yes because I trust her. After it was used in my
hair it looked so alive, my scalp is not itching and frizzes
are tamed. I also noticed that my deep conditioning
treatment lasted longer, it seems as though this
shampoo optimizes other products. I can’t wait
to get a bottle of this stuff”
Carolyn F.

One of our early testers had this to say:

I like the shampoo. I quickly got use to it not lathering once I saw how it worked. It’s all I use now. Hair feels soft and clean. My hair is not as frizzy/fly away after I dry it. I don’t use conditioner anymore. I have color treated hair (not professionally colored) and I don’t think it strips my color. It may actually help retain the color. I know for sure its not any worse with my color treated hair than the sulfur free shampoo (L’Oreal) I was using. I hope this helps as you fine tune the shampoo.

For the longest time we have wanted to produce a shampoo that could be used in all types of water (hard and soft). Traditional shampoo strips the hair. And sulfate free shampoos typically can’t be used in hard water.

We had heard the American Indians used Yucca Roots as a soapless shampoo. But the preparation was arduous. We also had heard Soap Berries were a very healthy way of cleansing.

Additionally there are many herbs that are renown for helping and cleansing the hair and scalp. Six of these are from India.

Some areas of the world were getting amazing results using Fermented Rice water to cleanse their hair.

So what we wanted to know was it possible to bring all these elements together? We think we have.

We’ve been sending out bottles randomly for people to test.

So, I received my order and there was a big free bottle of Herbal Shampoo with it. I think I’m in love. At first I was skeptical, ugly colored as it is, but smells good…I followed the directions – work into hair, leave 5-30 minutes. It didn’t lather, it felt weird. But, the result…it made my hair feel amazing! I’ve been using the shea butter soap to wash my hair for years, but will now us this a couple of times a week, if not more. Is the Herbal Shampoo a new product? I don’t see it anywhere on the website, so I hope I can order it again when I run out.
Again, thank you!

Hello Steve,

You sent me a herbal shampoo for purchasing 2 products. I like this shampoo it does not lather but gives the hair a nice cleans with a de-tangling factor. I do not see this in the “Hair Care” section. Do you still carry this?
I personally love it. I find that the lathering shampoos can be a bit drying on my hair. I am black with coarse however this one really helps me and it smells nice and woodsy.

A few days later Sandra sent this note.

Hello Steve,

Just want to say we are absolutely loving the shampoo. I do a bit a hair on the side and used it to wash a clients hair. She loved it and so did 2 others. I was wondering how much would you sell me
10-12 for in the future. I am now just doing test run however, I see the potential for this product in my shop being that I specialize in natural hair care and styling.

5 Minutes of contact work wonderfully. I wouldn’t go more than 30 minutes. Just massage it into your hair and scalp. I like to do this a half hour before my shower. If it dries you need to add a bit more right before you wash it out. Otherwise if it’s dry it won’t rinse out so easily. If you’re in the tub, be sure and use clean water to rinse.

Ingredients: In order of prominence.

Reverse Osmosis is the gold standard of water. Obviously we wanted fast absorption. Using a water with any hard water components or contaminants would slow down this absorption. Most companies use ‘purified’ water. Which may or may not be as good. Might seem like a minor point, but I saw a huge difference in the quality of our products when we switched from ‘just purified’ about 15 years ago. Now we only use R-O Water.

15% Fermented Rice Water. This is a special process. Rice water is rich in beauty minerals and vitamins that make it fantastic for the hair. Asian women have used rice water for centuries to beautify their hair. We prepare the Rice Water ahead of time. After fermenting it is refrigerated and given time to mature like a fine wine. It is added last at cool down, so heat doesn’t destroy it.

Yucca Root (Yucca glauca). American Indians used this root as a shampoo. But the preparation can be difficult. It does cleanse the hair, without lather.

Soap Berries (also known as soapnut) (Sapindus Mukorossi) A soapnut is a small, leathery-skinned fruit that provides an all-natural, ready-made soap from its pulp. All it requires is the addition of water and a bit of agitation to create soapsuds and cleansing action. Compared to soapwort (the other surfactant in this mini-series) with its 20% saponin content, soapnuts weigh in with a 15% saponin content. Soapnuts have been used for cleaning for hundreds of years by natives to Asia as well as North America. They’ve also found other uses throughout their long history of use. Their beneficial qualities to the skin have made them a favorite for ayurvedic treatment of psoriasis and eczema.


The first 6 herbs are Indian herbs renown for hair care in India.

Amla A common reason for hair problems is a deficiency of Vitamin C, which is found abundantly in Amla. Amla, also called the Indian Gooseberry, has a plethora of medicinal properties and has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for many years. Little wonder why it is beneficial.

Shikakai Shikakai from India means fruit for the hair. It is derived from the pod – like fruit of the Acacia Concinna tree grown in the warm dry plains of Central India. It acts as a natural shampoo for the hair. Shikakai acts as a natural astringent for the hair and helps to increase bounciness. Shikakai being a natural cleanser and conditioner for hair does not excessively strip the hair of its natural oils. For hair care Shikakai powder can also be used in combination with Hesh Amla Powder and Hesh Aritha powder.

Tulsi also known in India as Holy Basil. In India this herb is famous for being used in hair and scalp preparations. We said this product is healthy for your hair. You can see we are using the best nutrients.

Triphala For men and women across the world, hair thinning and loss of hair is a common issue. Ayurveda, an age-old medical treatise of India, contains powerful solutions for hair loss problems. Triphala is a natural hair loss remedy that has been mentioned in this treatise, and it has long been used by traditional Ayurveda practitioners. If you are suffering from hair problems such as hair thinning, hair fall, baldness or more, you can try this amazing remedy and benefit from it.

enhances hair growth and hair re-growth
preserves hair’s natural color
gives hair a silky feeling
adds shine and gloss
softens hair
treats dandruff
decreases hair thinning
stops hair loss

Bhringraj Another amazing Indian Herb. Bhringraj is a plant with many uses in Ayurveda. It has been used for ages to improve hair growth and color. It has a greenish color and strong fragrance.

Horsetail (Equisetum arvense), contains the mineral silica or silicon, which works to strengthen your bones, as well as your nails and hair. Not only can this mineral make your hair strong, but it can also improve the sheen and texture of it as well. Horsetail also contains selenium, a mineral that is essential for the proper growth of your hair, as it helps your body process iodine, which regulates hair growth as well.

Rosemary Yes the spice, is also known for helping hair growth.

Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Licorice root is one of the most widely used medicinal herbs worldwide and is the single most used herb in Chinese medicine today. It was used by the Egyptians as a flavoring for a drink called Mai-sus, and large quantities were found in the tomb of King Tut for his trip into the afterlife. Pliny the Elder recommended it to clear the voice and alleviate thirst and hunger. Dioscides, when traveling with Alexander the Great, recommended that his troops carry and use licorice to help with stamina for long marches, as well as for thirst in areas of drought. In the Middle Ages it was taken to alleviate the negative effects of highly spicy or overcooked food. In a recent survey of Western medical herbalists, licorice ranked as the 10th most important herb used in clinical practice. An astonishing number of Chinese herbal formulas (over 5,000) use licorice to sweeten teas and to “harmonize” contrasting herbs. Its first documented use dates back to the time of the great Chinese herbal master Zhang Zhong Zhing, about 190 AD, but it was certainly used for many centuries prior to this.

Ginko Biloba Ginkgo Biloba is famous in China and it has been used for around 5 centuries to treat many kind of ailments including hair thinning. It has been widely used by the European for the last 2 decades to treat many ailments because Ginkgo Biloba help to enhance blood circulation in body.

Hibiscus Flowers. We usually have them in bloom here so they are easy to obtain. A lot of people do not know of all the health benefits of Hibiscus flowers. In addition to helping the health of hair, they are also can be made into a tea for blood pressure control. A truly amazing herb. And beautiful too.

Calendula is an herb known for lowering inflammation. Calendula applied to the scalp promotes growth of stronger hair by increasing collagen production and circulation in hair follicles.

Stinging Nettle Stinging nettle has actually been used since ancient times as a hair loss restorative. Drinking nettle tea and applying it on the scalp as a treatment or hair rinse helps prevent the hormone testosterone from being converted to DHT, which accumulates in the hair follicles and is known to be a primary cause of both male and female pattern baldness. It’s also rich in iron & silica that both combat hair loss, prevent hair shedding and encourage hair growth.

Hops The flowers of the hops plant, Humulus lupus contain a nourishing oil that is widely recognized as a hair growth stimulant as well as for its ability to thicken and strengthen existing hair. Furthermore, hops flower oil is a natural anti-septic which can help to combat infections of the scalp and hair follicles that may stunt healthy growth.

Burdock Root The root of the Burdock plant has many traditional medicinal uses including as an anti-inflammatory and scalp treatment. Rich in fatty-acids, burdock root oil can be used by itself or combined with other herbs such as rosemary to promote scalp health and encourage stronger hair growth.

Basil Basil is rich in magnesium, an often overlooked mineral that is essential for hundreds of chemical processes within the human body. When applied to hair and scalp as an herbal rinse, basil acts as an anti-inflammatory, strengthens hair against breakage, and improves circulation in the hair follicles which helps to stimulate growth.

DL-Panthenol: (1%) Panthenol is present in all living cells in the form of Pantothenic acid which is a constituent of Co-enzyme A. A deficiency in Panthothenic acid results in dermatological and many physiological disorders. Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) is a natural constituent of healthy hair. Panthenol (pro-vitamin B5) will convert to pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) in hair. Panthenol conditions the hair without build up.

Aloe Vera We use the real stuff. Comes in a 100x powder, which costs us $100 a pound. A recent study found many products labeled as Aloe Vera, had none in it.

Xanthan Gum is a natural thickener.

Allantoin: Allantoin is a naturally occurring nitrogenous compound used as a skin conditioning agent.

Germall plus (diazolidinyl Urea, 3-Iodo-2-propylbutylcarbarmate) less than one percent. Vegetable derived. Proven Safe and effective. Paraben Free.

Otiphum presevative.

Natural Essential Oil. Peppermint. A recent animal study pitted Peppermint against Minoxidil for encouraging new hair growth. And the Peppermint won!

pH neutral we use a tiny amount of sodium hydroxide to bring this to neutral. Our bodies crave neutral.

These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.


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5 of 5 Awesome Shampoo! February 20, 2024
Reviewer: Elan from Michigan  
As a 57 years young AA woman still battling menopause and trying all the things, I came back to this shampoo because this is the only thing that works for me.  The ingredients are top notch!

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5 of 5 May 24, 2023
Reviewer: Amy Vance from Berrien Springs, MI United States  

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5 of 5 Love November 3, 2021
Reviewer: Michelle Wagner from Solon, IA United States  
Not heavy, keeps my hair soft and manageable.  I have fine blonde hair, and the shine I get is amazing.  Takes some getting used to, with no suds.  Cleans well and a nice scent too.

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