Dry Hair, Beware | Nana + Livy

Sustainable Lifestyle Aug 14, 2019

After MONTHS of use I finally finished the Nana + Livy Tea Tree Shampoo Bar!

How good was this bar shampoo?

I have thick, fine hair, that’s fairly healthy, but gets greasy easily. These factors made this bar shampoo a little too conditioning, for me at least. I can see it working really well for someone with dry hair, and/or thick, course hair.

Top 4 reasons for switching to bar shampoo

1. Removes waste - No more plastic bottles! Praise be! Many soap bars come naked or wrapped in paper that can be reused or recycled.
2. Long lasting - Liquid shampoo holds a lot of water, while bar soaps have all liquid elements removed, making them more concentrated, on a weight for weight comparison. This means, even if you don't look after the bar well, it will last for ages and you save money.
3. Keeps water systems clean - Shampoo bars tend to be natural formulas, meaning they cut out on chemicals that disrupt water systems.
4. Lower carbon footprint - Less waste, long last and clean. These elements combined help keep the carbon foot print for bar shampoos lower than traditional shampoo.

Nana and Livy Vegan zero waste shampoo bar

Things to love about Nana + Livy Shampoo bar

🌱 Vegan
👐 Handmade and Small Batch
🌲 All Natural Formula
🏡 Small Business
👩🏻‍💼 Female Owned
💚 Made with 8 Hair-Loving Oils
👩 Moisturizing Formula
💯 Long Lasting, up to 100 Washes
🌊 Plastic Free
♻️ Recyclable, Reusable Packaging
✔️Palm Oil Free
✔️ Free of Preservatives, Parabens and SLS

DISCLAIMER: Product gifted by Nana + Livy. However, this is not a paid post. All opinions are my own.

As always, thanks for reading.
Chelsea ✌️🐌


Activist and organizer with Greenpeace Vancouver. Writes about climate and social justice, feminism, greenwashing, and fossil fuel fuckery.

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