Rhassoul Clay is a unique red-ochre coloured clay that helps to deep clean, condition and nourish dry hair.
This solid shampoo bar is handmade with Rhassoul clay plus orange and vertiver essential oils. It’s rich in trace minerals… perfect for soothing scalps while nourishing and taming dry, frizzy or curly hair.
Who is it for?
For thick, unruly or frizzy hair or anyone who wants their hair smooth and tamed. Also suitable for dry and irritated scalps
These solid shampoo bars are traditionally handmade by Beauty and the Bees in Tasmania
All of the Beauty and the Bee shampoo bars are very gentle and moisturising compared to commercial shampoo.
…and they’re especially helpful for people with dry scalp, dandruff or eczema.
Users feed back that their colour ( chemical or natural ) is enriched and enhanced, and that they wash their hair far less.
- 100% natural and handmade
- Palm oil and chemical free
- Plastic free and low waste packaging
- Totally free of harsh synthetic detergents ( like Sodium Laureth Sulphate ) that dry hair and scalp and pollute waterways
- Great for those on grey water recycling systems as the shampoo bar are 100% biodegradeable and safe
The herbs, honey, waxes, plant oils, mineral and clay ingredients used in the Beauty and the Bees products have been used by humans for centuries.
Each ingredient has been specifically chosen because it is natural and has a history of benefiting the body is some special way. Beauty and the Bees choose local products as often as they can to support our local industry and to reduce our impact on the environment. In addition organic and certified products are sourced whenever it is possible to do so.
Ingredients include Tasmania’s unique raw, unpasteurised Leatherwood honey, certified organic olive oil, coconut oil, raw castor oil, Leatherwood beeswax, and certified organic and bio dynamic Tasmanian herbs. These fine and pure ingredients leave hair glossy and shiny as well as gently cleanse the hair without stripping your head’s natural oils.
This helps hair retain moisture and condition.
The colour of the bar directly reflects the essential oils, herbs, spices, flowers, fruits clays, honey and botanicals used to make it.