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Sápustykki frá Werf | sjampó jurta – vegan
þyngd; 100 gr.
fáanlegir litir og ilmtegundir: calendula, hops, cedar, ginger, East Indian cherry, yang yang and ravensara
efni – INCI: sodium cocoate*, sodium olivate*, sodium shea butterate*, aqua, aroma♢, simmondsia chinensis oil*, borago officinalis seed oil*, zingiber officinale root powder*, humulus lupulus extract×, tropaeolum majus extract+, urtica dioica extract×, calendula officinalis flower extract*/+, linaloolo, geraniolo, benzyl benzoateo, amyl cinnamalo.
*certified organic origin, + own cultivation, × wild harvest, ♢ organic essential oils, unnatural component of essential oils. Palm oil free.
Organic & handmade – vegan – free of palm oil, plastics or chemical agents such as SLS – not tested on animals
This gentle shampoo combines calendula, ginger, East Indian cherry, hops, mildly scented cedar, ylang ylang, palmarosa and ravensara and is particularly suitable for long hair. To make our Herbal Shampoo we take hops, calendula, nettle and East Indian cherry from our forest garden. We mix these with macerated organic ginger from Het Blauwe Huis; a local producer based in nearby Drenthe. The wonderful blend of essential oils cares for your scalp and the base of the soap consists of deliciously nourishing oils such as shea butter, jojoba and olive oil.
This is a great addition to our all time favourite original shampoo bar, this herbal take on the original version is more suitable for those with long hair and is completely vegan as it contains no heather honey.
About Werf soap is made with high quality vegetable-based, organic food-grade oils – the same for the essential oils. The company source their ingredients from organic producers around the world who share their values, and they also collect raw materials in the lovely Wickenburgh forest near Utrecht.
All soaps are made by hand in the heart of Utrecht, The Netherlands. Each batch of soap first sits for 24 hours before being cut into 150 bars. After, the soap is left to cure for several weeks in drying cabinets. When the soaps are ready, they are taken by bike to a social workplace were they are packaged by a dreamteam of soap packers in a vaulted cellar facing onto Utrecht’s Oudegracht canal.
The soap do not contain palm oil, animal fats or irritants such as perfume oil, dyes or foam improvers.
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