How to use Natural Shampoo Bars

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For all of us who grew using liquid shampoos, natural shampoo bars are relatively a new hair care product. Here’s how to use them.

Natural shampoo bars are way healthier than regular shampoos. Go on, just read the label of a regular liquid shampoo. When you make the switch to a natural shampoo bar, your scalp needs to learn how to live without those toxins in regular shampoos. In this blog, we’ve laid out shampooing techniques that have worked for us, if you have a technique that works better for you do tell us 🙂

Why is a Shampooing Technique Important?

Our scalp and hair are really fragile. It’s important to take extra care. While our shampoo bars are oozing of nourishing properties, it’s important to generate enough lather and to rinse properly for the shampoo bar to do its job. If you’re used to commercial shampoo or going to use a natural shampoo bar for the first time, here’s how to have a smooth transition period: New to Shampoo Bars? Here’s what to expect.

Technique 1: Quite Straightforward

  • Begin with wet hair.
  • In a combing motion, apply the bar directly from scalp to ends. This will help avoid tangles.
  • Gently massage scalp and hair to form a good lather. Use water to lather more.
  • Rinse, rinse, rinse! Repeat if desired.

Technique 2: For Extra Care

Some find this technique to be helpful in combating hair fall. 

  • Begin with wet hair.
  • Generate ample lather by rubbing the bar between your palms. 
  • Apply only the lather on your scalp and work your way down. Massage as you go.
  • Use water to lather more.
  • Rinse, rinse, rinse! Repeat if desired.

Switch’s Technique for Long Hair

Men and women with short hair hardly have hair adjustment problems. But long hair, it’s a different story altogether. Here’s how to go about it:

  • Begin by wetting your hair. 
  • Apply the bar gently in a combing motion from top of head till back until you’ve covered the entire scalp.
  • Generate lather between your palms and apply it on your hair ends. 
  • Rinse, rinse, rinse. 
  • Pat dry your hair. Don’t rub the towel over your wet hair, it may cause breakage.
  • Once your hair is starting to dry, use a wide-toothed comb and gently comb from the bottom up.


Dry and style your hair as usual. 😀

Happy Switching!

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