NAUA Shampoo Bar - Purifying - Oily Hair or Dandruff
NAUA Shampoo Bar - Purifying - Oily Hair or Dandruff
The Purifying Shampoo Bar for Oily Hair or Dandruff has in its formula Green Clay and Activated Charcoal, which gently exfoliate the scalp, helping to absorb excess oil.
The presence of Lemongrass and Eucalyptus give this shampoo bar a fresh scent, but that's not all. Lemongrass has healing properties, anti-inflammatory activity and helps to eliminate microorganisms involved in the production of dandruff. Eucalyptus, in turn, is invigorating, purifying, a decongestant and vasodilator.
This shampoo bar gives a new lease of life to surpluses from the food industry, namely orange pulp residues and uncalibrated oranges, which will moisturize, protect and make the hair more manageable.
NAUA is part of 1% For The Planet, annually donating 1% of its sales to environmental causes, in order to minimize the impact of its production. By ordering our products, you will also be contributing to these causes.
Slow cosmetics are part of NAUA's values, associating the best ingredients from Nature with local, hand-made production and with Craft Certification by CEARTE - the entity that guarantees the quality and authenticity of production.
- Weight: 80gr
- pH: 5.5
- Handcrafted product
- Of natural origin
- Made in Portugal
- Packaging in Sugar Cane Paper, 100% compostable
- Packaging without glue points
- This product may undergo slight color changes, which in no way affect its perfect use.
- For external use only.
- Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes or irritated skin.
- In case of reaction, discontinue use of the product.
- Not recommended for pregnant women or children under the age of 3.
Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Aqua, Decyl Glucoside, Cetyl Alcohol, Citric Acid, Illite, Euphorbia Cerifera Cera*, Arachidyl/Behenyl Alcohol, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Flower Extract**, Urtica Dioica Leaf Powder*, Charcoal Powder, Inulin, Gluconolactone, Arachidyl/Behenyl Betainate Esylate, Sodium Benzoate, Parfum*, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract*, Lactobacillus Ferment, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Monosodium Citrate, Calcium Gluconate, Limonene, Linalool.
*from organic farming **upcycled
It is a natural polysaccharide probiotic that helps protect the scalp microbiome, increases hydration and leaves hair smoother and shinier.
Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract
It is an enzymatic extract made from residues of orange pulp and uncalibrated oranges, which promotes hydration, protection and greater malleability of the hair.
Lamium Album Extract
Provides a smoothing, anti-inflammatory, astringent and toning effect on the scalp.
It works together with Activated Charcoal, providing a gentle exfoliation of the scalp and absorbing excess oil and toxins from the hair.
Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract
It is used to clean excess oil and dirt from pores without causing dryness. Rosemary Leaf Extract is also rich in antioxidants, which protect the scalp and hair fibers.
Lemongrass Essential Oil
It has anti-inflammatory activity, antioxidant effects and healing properties. It is also a natural astringent, which can help eliminate microorganisms involved in the production of dandruff.
Eucalyptus Essential Oil
It has a fresh aroma, is a vasodilator and decongestant, providing an invigorating and purifying experience.
HOW DO I CHOOSE THE MOST SUITABLE SHAMPOO BAR FOR MY HAIR?
It is essential to know your hair, and what it needs, before choosing a shampoo bar.
The most important thing to consider when choosing a shampoo is the hair root: dry, oily or normal. In addition to the root issue, there are other characteristics of your hair that can influence you to choose different types of shampoo bars: colored hair, sensitive scalp, curly hair, among others.
HOW TO USE A SHAMPOO BAR?
In contact with water, the shampoo bar becomes softer and easier to apply to the hair. You just have to rub the bar directly on the hair strands, or in your hand until it foams, and then massage the hair and scalp with your hands. Repeat the process if necessary. After a good wash, rinse.
DOES IT TAKE TIME FOR MY HAIR TO ADJUST TO THE SHAMPOO BAR?
It depends on your hair, the shampoo you used before and even the shampoo bar you are going to use. The truth is that your hair was used to using the most conventional shampoos, with many artificial and aggressive ingredients for the hair. So, it may take some time to get used to shampoo bars, and it may happen that your hair doesn't feel fantastic right after the first wash. We recommend that you keep using the same shampoo for about three weeks before “giving up” and trying a new shampoo.
HOW DO I KEEP THE SHAMPOO DRY BETWEEN WASHES?
The shampoo should not be left in a humid place or in direct contact with water. You can, for example, leave it on a shelf in the shower/bath.
It is important to leave the shampoo in a Soap Dish with a hole, thus allowing the water to drain and the shampoo not always being in contact with a small amount of water.
If the shampoo has a string, you can also hang it up; otherwise, you can place it inside a Sisal bag, which also serves as a sponge.
DO NAUA SHAMPOOES HAVE SULPHATES?
NAUA Shampoos have a sulfate called Sodium Coco Sulfate. This sulfate causes abundant foam and has washing power, being totally biodegradable.
Unlike Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, our sulfate does not irritate the scalp and is sourced from coconut, that is not made synthetically.
OS CHAMPÔS NAUA TÊM SAL?
Os Champôs Sólidos NAUA não têm sal, e por isso podem ser usados em cabelos com alisamento.
HOW TO CARRY THE SHAMPOO ON TRAVEL OR TO THE GYM?
Solid shampoos can easily be transported in any sealed container that you can reuse (whether aluminum, plastic or glass – glass is always at risk of breaking). If you don't have a container at home, you can always buy a Transport Box that fits the size of your solid shampoo.
HOW TO USE A SHAMPOO BAR WHEN IT IS ALREADY TOO SMALL?
There is the option to “glue” what is left of your shampoo to your new shampoo bar. Just soften both shampoos a little under running water, and then add the leftover to the new solid shampoo. When it dries, both will be together, and you can reuse all the leftovers.
If your solid bar breaks, you can put the different pieces together in a glass sock or in a Sisal bag and use it that way.
Finally, you can also melt the solid shampoo in water, and you will have a liquid shampoo that you can easily use.