Tuesday, November 24, 2009

My *GREAT* Shampoo Bar Experience..

We've moved to CurlyNuGrowth.com!

Check out the post on the new website, "OyinHandmade Shampoo Bar Product Review". 


  1. Hey I was wondering if you by any chance have an ingredients list for that soap.

  2. Ingredients:
    Purified Water, Glycerin, Sodium Stearate and Sodium Oleate, Sorbitol, Stearic Acid, Lauric Acid, African Black Soap, Cocoa Butter, Cetyl Alcohol, Coconut Oil, Lavender, Tea Tree, Citrus Essential Oils...and love!

    Ingredient Descriptions (from: http://www.tightlycurly.com/Ingredients.aspx):

    Sodium Stearate and Sodium Oleate - Fatty acids used to make soap products.

    Glycerin - Excellent humectant, and slip ingredient.

    Sorbitol - This functions much like glycerin by adding slip to a product, as well as being a humectant and a thickener. This occurs naturally in fruits and berries, but it can also be synthetically made from the hydrolyzed corn starch. Sorbitol is also a sweetener in food. It helps cosmetics from drying out in their containers.

    Stearic acid - Functions as a lubricant and emollient. It's less greasy that plant or mineral oils, so it conditions with a velvety feel, without making hair greasy.

    Lauric acid- Lubricant and emollient, often less oily or greasy that plant or mineral oils and, therefore, give the hair a soft, velvety feel without making it feel heavy or thick.

    Cetyl alcohol - Common ingredient used as an emollient, thickener, and keeping the product mixed together. Non-greasy. Can be made from coconut fatty alcohol, or synthetically. It is known as being a very safe ingredient, and is very compatible with other ingredients.

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