Hibiscus & Black Soap Moisturizing Hair CleanserBelle Bar Organic
Alternative to shampoo in plastic bottles.
Get clean and refreshed hair while keeping your luscious curls bouncy! This Hibiscus & Black Soap Moisturizing Hair Cleanser is the perfect dynamic duo to gently cleanse while retaining moisture. This cleanser was created especially for kinky and curly hair to remove build-up and restore the luster in your curls.
Hibiscus is one of two stars of this show -- it’s a super gentle cleanser and conditioner that’s slightly acidic. It helps get rid of buildup and gunk on the scalp while also keeping both the scalp and the hair healthy. Hibiscus is full of vitamin C and amino acids that reduce hair shedding and rebuild the hair from the root. It’s also great for adding some intense shine and volume.
African black soap is the other star of this show. It’s often been referred to as the best thing you can do for your skin in terms of keeping it clear and healthy, so it comes as no surprise that it’s just as great for your hair. This 100% natural soap is made from plantain skins, palm leaves, cocoa pod powder, and kernel oil. It’s full of vitamins A and C, plus tons of antioxidants, and it’s also anti-everything -- fungal, bacterial, viral, and inflammatory.
This super gentle cleanser delivers a deep clean without stripping and is known for its healing properties. African black soap is the base of this hair cleanser, and it’s gonna deep clean your hair without compromising any moisture. It really doesn’t get any better than this! This cleanser is gentle enough to use for any hair type.
*Keep in mind if you have extremely low porosity hair your hair may feel very clean after using this cleanser. Make sure to pre-poo first to add extra moisture.
Net wt 1.6oz/ 45g
Serving Size: 1 Teaspoon
Servings Per Container: 16
Goes Great With:
Hibiscus - Conditions, African Black Soap - Naturally Cleanses, Dead Sea Salt - Improves Strength, Aritha (soap nuts) - Mild Natural Cleanser, Witch Hazel - Soothes Itchy Scalp, Dandelion - Removes Impurities, Juniper Berry - Balances, Green Tea - Stimulates Hair Follicles, Apple Cider Vinegar - Balances Natural PH, Dragon Fruit - Increase Collagen, Avocado Oil - Repairs Damaged Hair, Aloe Vera Oil - Resolves Scalp Inflammation, Grapefruit Oil - Add Shine to Hair, Babassu Oil - Naturally Cleanses
Glass jar with metal lid.
How to Use
- Weekly: 1x With hair still in sections, apply Hair Cleanser
- Add 1 teaspoon of cleanser paste into an 8 oz applicator bottle
- Fill the bottle with warm water to the top
- Shake the bottle until the cleanser is melted
- Un-twist hair one section at a time
- Apply soapy water directly onto hair, from scalp to ends, in a combing method.
- With fingertips gently massage your scalp and hair adding more soapy water as needed. Rinse cleanser completely out of your hair
- Using a t-shirt, squeeze excess water out of your hair
Tip: Depending on the length and thickness of your hair, you may have to rinse 2 times. To prevent tangles, work from the ends of hair up to the scalp. Use an old t-shirt to dry your hair, it prevents breakage.
Need to know: Do not apply cleanser straight from the jar and directly on hair it will get stuck in your tresses and take longer to wash out. Always melt the cleanser with warm water first. The cleanser is not supposed to be very sudsy however it will thoroughly cleanse your hair.
End of Life Instructions
Reuse container for DIY creations or recycle the jar and lid.
Where It Comes From
Belle Bar Organic is a clean beauty brand based in Brooklyn, NY that focuses on inclusion, proper representation, and creating all-natural beauty products to replace the toxic products we use every day. This Black-Owned, Women-Owned business started as beauty secrets passed down from Mother to Daughter and has become a way for them to help Women of Color maintain their beauty and texture. 80% of the ingredients used come from fair trade and energy-efficient facilities that source their ingredients using sustainable organic farming as well as wildcrafted and harvested plants. One facility is a zero-waste facility, and the other has reached 50% recycled waste with a commitment to reach zero waste.