Review: Peach Not Plastic Stengthening Shampoo Bar


~ What ~
This small 3-ounce bar of soap is for washing damaged or split-end proned hair without having to use a plastic container. Able to reuse as many hair washings of a 17-ounce bottle of shampoo, it cleans and improves hair elasticity as it lathers. Using protein-protecting monoi oil, its first five ingredients are sodium cocoyl isethionate, sodium lauryl sulfoacetate, cocadimopropryl hydroxysultaine, stearic acid, and cetearyl alcohol. It has nice honeydew melon scent and contains no SLES, ALES, parabens, or synthetic colorants. Instructions on the box recommend rubbing the wet bar over the crown of the head, using the fingers to work it into a lather, and rinse thoroughly.

~ Why ~
With long hair that is not chemically treated or colored, I like to use plant and flower-based shampoos. In using this, I found the soft smell pleasant but not obnoxious so that it could be used on men’s hair. The soap bar lathers with plenty of soft bubbles. I like how it is made to improve damaged hair. The bar would be ideal for travel use, especially if camping, hiking, or being in the outdoors for days.

~ Why Not ~
Some may not like the fruity scent as it seems catered to women more than men, but it does not linger long afterward. I prefer more moisturizing shampoos on my hair so the hair ends do not dry out.

~ Wish ~
It would be great if a scent could last in one’s hair for hours like when wearing perfume or cologne.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a nice smelling, plastic-free shampoo designed to strengthen hair, this is a perfect choice, especially if you want to use something eco-friendly.

Thanks to Peach Not Plastic for this complimentary sample that I am freely evaluating.

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