Rose Rhassoul Natural Shampoo

Our Rose Rhassoul shampoo is full of the goodness of our English roses combined with the Rhassoul Clay's detoxifying power. It cleans your hair without drying or stripping it of its natural oils, and It has a gentle aroma given by our essential oil blend.

Suitable for Vegans Cruelty Free Free of Palm Oil Alcohol Free No Harmful Chemicals

Some of the reasons we love shampoo bars:

Great for your health and hair:

  • Free of SLS/SLES (sodium laurel sulfate / sodium laureth sulfate)

  • Restore natural oils and your hair natural shine.

  • Rich in natural glycerine, that gets removed in commercial products and it is great for your hair.

  • Help restore the hair’s pH.

  • It does not contain nasty chemicals or o harsh detergents, found in commercial shampoos.

Kind to the environment:

  • Biodegradable

  • No need for plastic bottles.

  • Natural fair-trade ingredients.

  • No palm oils.

  • No Animal Testing.

  • Easier for travelling.

  • Use less water in the process of producing this bar.

  • Solid bars use significantly less water than liquid shampoo.

How to use:

Wet your hair, rub the shampoo bar between your hands to make a lather, apply and rub the lather into your scalp, then rinse very well with water. For best results use an apple cider vinegar (ACV) rinse.

Taking Care of Your Shampoo Bar

Because your natural shampoo bar doesn't contain any artificial preservatives or hardeners, with a little care, you can prolong the life of your shampoo bar and it will serve you very well.

  • Don't let your soap drown in water.

  • Make sure your shampoo bar is exposed to fresh air between uses.

  • Store your used soap on a well-drained soap dish.

  • Store unused shampoo bars in a dry, dark and cool place.

  • Don’t seal or airtight your shampoo bar for long periods of time.


Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Olea europea),  Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera oil),  Sweet Almond Oil (Oleum amygdalae),  Organic Castor Oil (Ricinus communis),  Unrefined Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao),  Water (Aqua),  Fresh Rose Petals ,  Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH, Caustic Soda, Lye),  Rhassoul clay (Ghassoul),  Rose Kaolin Clay ,  Lavender Essencial Oil (Lavandula),  Rose Geranium Essential Oil (Pelargonium graveolens),  Palma Rosa Essential Oil (Cymbopogon martinii), 

Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Olea europea),

Extra Virgin Coconut Oil: (Cocos nucifera oil),

Sweet Almond Oil: (Oleum amygdalae),

Organic Castor Oil: (Ricinus communis),

Unrefined Cocoa Butter: (Theobroma cacao),

Water: (Aqua),

Fresh Rose Petals:

Sodium Hydroxide: (NaOH, Caustic Soda, Lye), We use Sodium Hydroxide commonly noun as caustic soda or lye to saponify the oils. Saponification is the chemical reaction of making soap. Once the saponification, is complete, the lye and oil molecules have combined and chemically changed into soap and natural glycerine. The lye is used up in the saponification process to turn oil into soap. There is no sodium hydroxide present in the finished bars of soap or shampoo after the curing process. While all real soap must be made with sodium hydroxide (lye), no lye remains in our finished product after saponification. If it is real soap or contains real soap, it must be made with sodium hydroxide (lye).

Rhassoul clay: (Ghassoul), Rhassoul clay, also known as Red Clay or Maroccan Clay, has excellent hair benefits, including cleansing and detoxifying hair without drying or stripping it of essential oils. Rhassoul is perfect for drawing out impurities and toxins and removing product build-up. It nourishes hair with essential minerals and vitamins, moisturizing and softening the hair while it cleanses.

Rose Kaolin Clay:

Lavender Essencial Oil: (Lavandula),

Rose Geranium Essential Oil: (Pelargonium graveolens), Essential oil extract from the foliage of the Pelargonium graveolens commonly known as Rose Geranium.

Palma Rosa Essential Oil: (Cymbopogon martinii), Extraction of this essential oil is done by steam distillation of dried grass which is harvested before flowering. This oil smells like rose oil, which is how it got the name palmarosa. uses cookies to enhance your experience, by continuing to use our website, you’re agreeing to our use of cookies policy.