Carley’s Abyssinian Shampoo Bar (2 bars)
For Soft WaterI used the bar tonight it was awesome! Lathered well and made my hair very soft and shiny ✨ will probably be my new routine:). Definitely a good mix. I will keep you updated after a few washes. Thanks again for being the wonderful company you are and listening to your customers, mainly me lol. Have a good night and day tomorrow!! Michelle
This is a note from one of our customers who requested we make this shampoo bar
I asked her how it compared to the other shampoo bar she was using.
Yes it’s much bigger and didn’t require that much to lather up. This morning my hair feels even softer than last night. Kind of slippery! Will keep dry, as not to waste it down the drain. Good day Michelle
I love how soft it made my hair. Also no more itchy scalp. 2 extremely amazing things to happen. Pauline
There are 2 Unique oils in these shampoo bars that make
Abyssinian oil and Black Castor Oil. More about them
Ingredients are saponified:
Coconut oil; 76 degrees coconut oil is essential to
this soap. As it adds the lather we all need to feel clean. Yet it is drying.
Black Jamaican Castor Oil is cold-pressed extracted
from the roasted seeds of the Ricinus communis plant. Due to the seeds being
roasted prior to extraction, the oil carries a dark burnt orange to
reddish-brown appearance and carries a nutty aroma unlike a standard Castor Oil
extracted from unroasted seeds. The roasting of the seeds raises the pH level
of Organic Black Castor Oil which results in a preferred ingredient in various
hair and cosmetic formulations. Organic Castor oil has long been sought after
throughout the cosmetic industry due to its natural moisturizing and emollient
properties and beneficial results when used in a wide array of topical
Reverse Osmosis purified water. The first time we
made a batch of natural from this water instead of just purified, I was
astounded at how creamy it was as it poured. It is one of our secrets to
spectacular soap. It is the gold standard when making soap or just about any
skin care product. Most big companies don’t use it due to cost.
Abyssinian Oil. If you search this oil for hair you
will be amazed and the number of links. It is renown for improving the strength
of the hair strands. It's extracted from the seeds of the Ethiopian-native
Brassica Abyssinica plant, to be exact. So, what exactly makes Abyssinian oil
so special? Abyssinian oil is loaded with omega-3 and -6 fatty acids, as well
as vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, and E.
TYPE OF INGREDIENT: Hydrator, strengthener, and may also be
MAIN BENEFITS: Protects hair from heat and pollution while
also decreasing frizz and adding shine and moisture.
WHO SHOULD USE IT: Anyone looking to add some hydration and
shine to their hair while reducing frizz and flyaways. Those who have fine hair
should use sparingly.
HOW OFTEN CAN YOU USE IT: Once daily
May help hair growth: The fatty-acid profile of
Abyssinian oil allows it to condition split ends, soften hair, and boost shine.
The plethora of minerals, including the Omega-3 fatty acids, may help promote
healthy hair growth, however more studies are needed to verify this.
Tussah Silk: We use silk to add silkiness to the
hair. We were reluctant to add silk to our soaps since it doesn’t have a good
reputation for animals. Most silk is not what you would call animal friendly.
In fact, with most silk, the silkworms die after making the silk. With this
particular silk (Tussah) they do not kill the worms.
These bars are between 4 and 5 ounces in weight.
No time limit guarantee.