Mop Swap Fair One - Fair Hair Dry Shampoo

 
£10.00
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Out-of-stock

'Mop Swap Fair One' is a dry shampoo suitable for light coloured hair. Dry shampoo can be used to stretch out the time between wet hair washes, soaking up all that unwanted grease whilst giving roots a bit of a lift and creating some body at the same time. Whilst there are no essential oils present in this dry shampoo, there is a slight citrus note of orange and fruity mango which happens to be naturally occurring from the ingredients used.

Simply scoop up a small amount of powder with fingers and rub into roots and hair. Distribute evenly and give hair a little shake to remove any excess. It is recommended to use a small amount each application and add a little more if needed so as not to apply too much.

Vegan friendly. Contains no chemicals or artificial ingredients.

Hand made in Hampshire in small batches and presented in a compostable brown paper bag. The bag of shampoo can be easily stored in an airtight container or a Mop Top tin container is available to purchase separately.

200g (which Primal Suds say will last 'bloody ages' - and save money on shampoo bars as you'll be washing your hair less!).

NATURAL

All Primal Suds products are made from 100% natural ingredients. They are also palm oil free and plastic free, and are vegan friendly.


BRITISH

All Primal Suds products are made in Southampton, UK in small batches to maximise freshness.

 

INGREDIENTS

Maranta arundinacea root powder (Arrowroot), Citrus aurantium dulcis (Orange) peel powder, Kaolin clay, Mangifera idica (Mango) fruit powder, Bentonite clay, Althaea officinalis (Marshmallow) root powder, Cannabis sativa (Hemp) stem powder, Emblica officinalis (Gooseberry) fruit powder, Aloe barbadensis (Aloe vera) leaf powder.

Founders Andrew and Jen had the idea for Primal Suds after taking the decision to move away from conventional soap products and make their own. That way they knew exactly what was going onto their skin and being absorbed by their bodies. The young brand's aim was to make natural soaps affordable and obtainable for people wanting to leave synthetic and additive-pumped soaps behind.

The name Primal Suds came from the idea of taking soap making back in time, using the historic hot process method with activated charcoal. This method is not just beneficial for its deep cleansing qualities, but also an affirmation to ancient soap makers for mixing fats with fire ash and developing the first soaps known to man, which happened to be free of unearthly additives as well.