Bobeam Natural Shampoo Bars

Shampoo Bar

Last year I stumbled across Bobeam Naturals Product’s web site which sparked a new interest in shampoo bars…especially when you add coconut oil to the mix. 😉

It is unlikely that I’ll completely dump bottled shampoos for shampoo bars. There’s even one brand in my stash that contains sulfates, but this product stopped my excessive hair shedding so it’s a keeper.

What I love about Bobeam (Bo-be-um) Natural shampoo bars is that it is 100% natural. If you are unfamiliar with certain ingredients, the company offers the option to buy sample size sets of shampoo bars for only $5.

You choose four different bars from a variety of many. The bars in the sample sets are 2 ounces and good for 3 to 4 washes. If you have shorter hair, you will get more washes out of one bar.

When I shampoo I focus more on cleansing my scalp and then I let the water rinse the product through to the ends of my hair. This is another good way to get a few more washes out of your shampoo bar.

Here are the four I chose and of course one of the key ingredients in each one is coconut oil!

Rootz Herbal Hair Grower Shampoo Bar

Ingredients: Specified vegetable oils mainly coconut oil, glycerine, purified water, sorbital (berries, moisturizer), Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier), soybean protein (conditioner), hempseed, clary sage, cedarwood, peppermint, Jamaican black castor oil

I am doing a personal hair growth challenge and would like to retain 3 inches in length by the end of the year. This is a tall order for my hair, so I am taking advantage of all the aid I can get.

This bar is one of my favorites because the smell is amazing and it lathers well.

It is formulated to promote hair growth and thicken the hair. My hair and scalp get squeaky clean but my hair does not feel stripped. After deep conditioning, my hair felt amazing.

This shampoo bar can also be used as a body bar.

Cocoa Rhassoul Shampoo Bar

Cocoa Rhassoul Shampoo Bar

Ingredients: Specified vegetable oils mainly coconut oil, glycerine, purified water, sorbital (berries, moisturizer), Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier), soybean protein (conditioner), cocoa butter, cocoa powder, rhassoul clay, chocolate

This bar is made from real chocolate! Do I need to say anything more? I’m a bit shocked I didn’t jump in the shower with this one first! 🙂

The Cocoa Rhassoul shampoo bars are formulated to remove build up and toxins. This one is a great choice when your hair feels weighed down or you’ve been using a lot of product. Just like our bodies, our hair can really benefit from a good detox! Especially if our hair is exposed to hard water.

An all natural clarifier that smells like chocolate….I’m loving this!

Honey Hemp & Green Tea Shampoo Bar

Ingredients: Specified vegetable oils mainly coconut oil, glycerine, purified water, sorbital (berries, moisturizer), Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier), soybean protein (conditioner), honey, hemp oil, green tea extract

Honey and Green Tea benefits the hair in so many ways. Honey is a humectant that draws moisture to the hair while green tea stimulates hair growth.

This bar is great for helping to condition my dry scalp. It has a clarifying effect on my hair but the honey and hemp oil adds in moisture.

As an alternative, this bar can be used as a body bar also.

Coco Honey & Amla Shampoo Bar

Coco Honey & Amla Shampoo Bar

Ingredients: Specified vegetable oils mainly coconut oil, glycerine, purified water, sorbital (berries, moisturizer), Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier), soybean protein (conditioner), organic extra virgin coconut oil, African wild honey, amla oil

The ingredients in this shampoo really intrigued me. I was not familiar with Amla Oil, African Wild Honey, or Palm Oil. There is still more research that I would like to do on these ingredients.

What I have discovered by using this shampoo bar is that these natural oils are rich in vitamins and they nourish my hair. Clean, moisturizing and strong hair is always the goal.

The Coco Honey and Amla shampoo bar is also a growth promoter.

Using a shampoo bar took some getting used too. The simplest ways for me to apply it is to massage the bar on my scalp or rub the bar in hands to get a lather.

Shampoo bars are also great to travel with. At home or on the go they take up less space than bottled shampoo.

Having a chemical free shampoo day is always the best option in my book. Check back to the blog to see my reviews on new purchases from Bobeam Naturals Products. Subscribe to Coconut Beauty today!

To see the entire listing of available shampoo bars visit Bobeam Natural Products.

~Candra Evans

{I have not been contacted by the owner to promote her products. All shampoo bars were purchased by me.}

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