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Reasons to Switch to Shampoo Bars

Posted by Misty Travieso on

If you are like most of the people in the world, you love your brand of shampoo and conditioner. Just the thought of making a change makes your cringe. At Swiss Botany, we are getting very excited about the shampoo bars that will be ready very soon. We want all of our devoted customers to try them out for themselves. If you are skeptical here are some of the best reasons to switch to shampoo bars.

Benefits of Shampoo Bars

The absolute best thing about shampoo bars is that they are package free. (Unless you order them online, and there will be minimal packaging.) They are not in plastic bottles like your normal, run of the mill shampoos. This in itself makes us feel better about them. Millions and millions of plastic shampoo bottles are thrown out and not recycled every year. This number grows because of all of the disposable products that we have in our lives. With shampoo bars, once you have washed your hair enough, your shampoo bar will just lather away onto your hair. There is no waste, no plastic. 

Shampoo bars contain some very concentrated levels of natural ingredients that are great for your hair. What does this mean for you? This means that you will actually use less of the shampoo bar than your normal bottle shampoo. Shampoo bars last so much longer than bottled shampoos. By lathering the bar up on your hair, you don't have to worry about the waste of pouring bottled shampoo onto your hair. 

Worried about traveling with liquids? Shampoo bars do not explode in your luggage and get your clothing all covered in soap and lather. They are probably the best thing to travel with and you will not have to worry about unzipping your luggage to find a huge mess.

We would love for you all to try our new shampoo bars, please keep your eyes peeled on the amazing bars that you will love! 

 

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