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Organic Rose Soap, Bulgarian Rose Soap, Anti-inflammatory Soap, Organic Shea butter soap, Organic Coconut oil soap, Organic Olive oil Soap

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Organic Rose Soap, is cleansing, with the healing properties of Bulgarian Rose, Roses are known for their abilities to help improve skin tone, cleanse and help inflamed, irritated skin. Organic Shea Butter, Olive oil and Coconut oil also help replenish skin with vitamins, minerals and moisture. This soap will leave you feeling clean but not dry.

Ingredients:
Organic Coconut oil, Organic Red Palm Butter, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Essential Oils: Rose Absolute, Rose Concrete.

Comes in approximately 4 oz (bar). This should last for 20-30 washes, varies depending on hair length and thickness and also where the bar is stored!

To get the most out of your bar, don't keep it in the shower! Keep it dry, when not in use and it will last longer.

Uses: This can be used for your hair or your skin!
If you want to use it as a shampoo bar, I recommend also getting one of our vinegar rinses to help the transition period go faster and more smoothly. The vinegar rinse will balance your scalp's pH and help get rid of chemical build up from your former shampoo and conditioner. The transition period can be anywhere from 1-4 weeks where your hair is purging and balancing oils. Once this transition period is through your hair will feel so AMAZING! People often report faster hair growth, no more dandruff and thicker hair from using shampoo bars over conventional shampoo.
Conventional shampoo contains many different chemicals including really harmful ones such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, SLS, and parabens which can actually lead to hair loss, dandruff, itchy, bumpy painful scalp, so check your labels and if you're suffering from any of these afflictions try a shampoo bar!

My transition period lasted about 2 weeks and my hair felt oily but after that my hair was more manageable, softer and shinier than its ever been! And I have thick, curly hair that is often unruly. I used the vinegar rinse every time I washed my hair during this period which really helped, and I highly recommend it during the transition. After my scalp's pH balanced out I was able to wash my hair without the vinegar rinse and still get those soft, shiny, results!
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What if I don't want to smell like vinegar?
If you dilute the solution properly and you follow my method your hair should not smell like vinegar.
THE METHOD:
Take 1-3 TBSP of Vinegar and mix with 1-2 cups of water (depending on hair length/thickness), pour over your head after shampooing, in the shower of course, and let stand for 1-2 minutes, then rinse out with warm water. You're all done! Your hair should feel soft and lovely.


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Heavenly Botanicals DOES NOT USE THE FOLLOWING::
Parabens
Sulfates
Harmful Chemical additives such as

Hydantoin AKA DMDM- is a preservative that releases formaldehyde that is used in embalming. Found in many after sun Aloe vera products, lotions, sunscreens, etc.

Phenoxyethanol- AKA Ethylene glycol phenyl- is known to cause DNA mutations and is an endocrine(hormone) disrupter and can cause bladder damage. This product is also tested on animals so NOT vegan friendly! Another quick fact about this dirty additive is that you can find it in many shampoos and cosmetics so check your labels!!!

Germall plus- AKA Diazolidinyl Urea, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate and Propylene Glycol (anti-freeze) yes the kind you put in your car, Need I say more? This is a very common preservative found in many cosmetics, body washes, shampoos, etc.

FD&C colours- such as Red 40, blue 1, etc are derived from the coal tar used to make synthetic dyes, I'm pretty positive It can't be healthy to put that on your skin or in your body.

DHA AKA Dehydroacetic acid- used as a preservative and can cause kidney damage if ingested, so my question is what happens when it's absorbed through the skin?

Synthetic Fragrances- can cause allergic reactions and are very toxic to t he body. They contain many chemical compounds ranging between 10-300. Many fragrance contains Phthalate which help make plastic products. So again you're putting endocrine disrupters, carcinogenic chemicals on your body when you apply any product that has a fragrance(s) in it.

We believe in the healing power of nature and all the lovely pure botanicals that have been put on this earth for our use!!

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