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The Werfzeep gentle herbal shampoo bar combines calendula, ginger, East Indian cherry, hops, mildly scented cedar, ylang ylang, palmarosa and ravensara and is particularly suitable for long hair. To make the herbal hair soap Werfzeep takes hops, calendula, nettle and East Indian cherry from their forest garden. They 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.
The soap bar doesn’t contain heather honey and is completely vegan.
To use the hair soap, simply rub the bar over your hair, which will create lots of foam. Alternatively, first foam the soap in your hands, then massage it into your hair.
Your hair may take a while to get used to this natural hair soap. Especially if you have just switched from regular shampoo, your hair may not immediately feel smooth. This is due to previously used hair products. These often contain silicone, which gives your hair a shiny and smooth layer, which you wash out slowly with the natural soap. Before it is completely washed off, it can therefore feel a little rough. In addition, your scalp sometimes has to get used to and regulate the production of sebum, this will come naturally.
Werfzeep’s shampoo gives different reactions to different hair types. People with very long and / or dyed hair sometimes have more difficulty with hair soap. It might feel as if the rough feeling isn’t disappearing quickly enough, but it may also calm an irritated scalp, makes dandruff disappear, lifeless hair regain its own volume and frizzy hair become less dry.
If the natural soap bar turns out not to match with your hair, you can also use this hair soap as a shower soap. After all, all ingredients are also great for your skin.
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The shampoo bars are Werzeep’s most popular soaps! In addition to the compliments, many questions are asked. Werfzeep summarised the most frequently asked questions for you in this blog.
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