Shiro activated charcoal shampoo
Shiro activated charcoal shampoo is made with Char Essence, a liquid byproduct of Binchotan charcoal production. A white shampoo for treating your hair to an invigorating wash, leaving it cleansed, moisturised and with a healthy PH balance.
Especially suited for fine, dry and normal hair.
If you’re pregnant, this product is totally safe for you, as it is free of essential oils and harmful chemicals.
Dermatologically tested and handmade in Denmark using natural ingredients without any added chemicals or scents.
Put a small quantity of product in the palm of your hands. Emulsify with a little water.
Massage onto scalp and hair.
Char Essence – The Char Essence from Sort Of Coal is 100% oak wood vinegar in its purest form, free from any artificial ingredients. It is produced by collecting the condensed steam from the heated wood in the clay kiln, which is then left to mature for six months, before the dark and cloudy liquid is filtered again and again with White Charcoal until it becomes completely clear and achieves the highest level of purity.
The second byproduct of this process is the delicious smoky scent that has become a signature (and very particular) scent for Sort Of Coal. Char Essence has been used for medicinal purposes throughout Asia for centuries and is highly valued for its deodorising and deep cleansing effects, as well as for its delicious skin softening properties.
It can be added to drinking water as a purifying ingredient, or to the bath tub for a luxurious spa experience, just as it will help soften and deodorise laundry or work as a powerful cleaning agent. In fact, it is probably the most useful multipurpose wellness and household product imaginable.
Full ingredients list
Aqua, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Oak Vinegar, Glycerin, Caprylyl Glycol, Glyceryl Caprylate, Phenylpropanol, Hydroxypropyl Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Sodium Chloride
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