A Quick Look At A Few Trendy Bars – A Conditioner Bar, Charcoal Soap Bar And Under Arm Deodorant Bar!

I bought a conditioner bar, soap bar and an under arm deodorant bar from two package free shops and I thought I would share a bit about my experience with them below. This post just lists the basics of the bars, to read the full post on fitnish.com find it here.

Conditioner bar

I bought this conditioner bar from Shop zero. I have used shampoo bars and soap bars as shampoo bars and they all worked well, but I thought I would give this conditioner bar a try as it contains a whole range of ‘conditioning‘ oils as you can see from the ingredients.

Its ingredients consist of:

Conditioning Wax – Rape Seed, Shea Butter, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Mango Butter, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Essential Oils: Cinnamon Leaf & Benzoin.

In terms of conditioning, it does work well, and you can feel the difference in the texture.

The bar weighs 70 grams and costs 65 rand, and will last you quite a while so it is well worth it especially if you are not using it all the time. Also, these shampoo/conditioner bars can also be used as soap bars, something to remember.

Waste Free Reviews: Conditioner Bar, Charcoal Soap Bar And Under Arm Deodorant Bar!

Charcoal soap bar

I bought this charcoal soap bar from nudefoods. They have a whole range of different, natural and package free soap bars, shampoo/conditioner bars and a whole lot more.

Under arm deodorant bar

I also bought this underarm bar from Shop Zero. Most diy deodorant recipes use bicarb soda but some people may have a small reaction to bicarb and thus tend to prefer products without it. This under arm bar is such a bar, it contains no bicarb soda or corn starch.

Its ingredients consist of:

Cocoa Butter, Carnuaba Wax, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Arrow Root Powder, Diatomatious Earth, Bentonite Clay, Essential oil – Ylang Ylang and Patchouli (smell/flavour).

The bar is good and it does work well, but personally I prefer an under arm with bicarb soda in it (I make my own), as I feel it lasts much longer during the day for me. Also there is only one scent being Ylang Ylang and Patchouli, so I guess that depends on what you like :p

It weighs 30 grams and costs 35 rand, which is not too much if you just want to try it.

I hope this basic review helps a little if you are thinking of trying any one of these. If you decide to go for it, please do let me know how they worked out for you πŸ™‚ You can also see a few waste free alternatives here, if you are not sure exactly what toiletries to change or substitute.

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