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Hairy Jayne Handmade Natural Conditioner Bar

Hairy Jayne Handmade Natural Conditioner Bar

Perfect for dry, wavy or curly hair, these natural and UK-made conditioner bars come in a gorgeous selection of scents.

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    Hairy Jayne solid conditioner bars are fragranced with essential oil blends with a choice of scents available:


    • Floral - Geranium, Bergamot & Vanilla
    • Citrus - Grapefruit, May Chang & Jasmine
    • Musk - Neroli, Vetiver & Patchouli
    • Herbal - Rosemary, Lavender & Clary Sage. 


    Hairy Jayne conditioner bars are ideal for use with dry, wavy and curly hair types.


    Simply pick the fragrance you like best.  Why not pair it with a Hairy Jayne shampoo bar of your choice?


    Can also be used with straight and/or fine hair if using a reverse wash method.  Reverse washing is when you use the conditioner before the shampoo.


    Hairy Jaynes says in reverse washing, you get all the moisture-balancing benefits of conditioner without leaving any residue on your hair.   After reverse washing you should notice bouncier hair right away, and then over time, fewer split ends.


    Just wet your hair as normal and apply your conditioner. Leave for a few minutes, then rinse. Then apply your shampoo, massage in and rinse again.   This method isn't generally suitable for thick, coarse or curly hair (unless you are looking for extra volume)


    Hairy Jayne solid conditioner bars are:


    • Perfect for use with dry, wavy and curly hair types 
    • Great for straight and fine hair if using the reverse wash method 
    • Handmade in Bristol, UK
    • PH Balanced
    • Natural
    • Plastic-free
    • Soap-free
    • Sulphate-free
    • Palm oil-free
    • Cruelty-free
    • Vegan. 


    50g bar. 5 x 5 x 2.5cm.


    Who is Hairy Jayne?


    Hairy Jayne isn’t actually hairy! (Although she does have very thick hair).


    Hairy Jayne is a former hairdresser who makes plastic-free hair care products that help women take better care of their dry hair – with a choice of delicious fragrances made from essential oil blends. Their zero-waste hair care products are made from the best moisturising ingredients available. Naturally derived, vegan ingredients that cause the least harm to us (and our skin), the planet and our waterways when they go down the plug.


    Sulphates and parabens are out, and plant oils and fragrant essential oils are most definitely in. Their sustainable packaging is either plastic-free or refillable. All of the products have been registered with the Vegan Society and are 100% cruelty-free. They make everything by hand on-site in an old bakery in Bristol, UK.


    Directions for use:


    • Break off a small piece of your conditioner bar. You may need to experiment with the size of the piece for your hair type, but best to start small.
    • Squidge the piece of conditioner bar into the palm of one hand using the thumb of the other hand and some water.
    • Rub your palms together to form a paste. 
    • Add some more water then work it between your palms until it becomes a cream, breaking up any small lumps of conditioner bar as you go. 
    • Run the cream through the mid-lengths and ends of your hair (keep away from the scalp).
    • Use your fingers or a wide-tooth comb to get through any tangles. Please note that at this stage it doesn't feel as 'slippy' as a liquid conditioner would, but it is doing the work!
    • Rinse well with hot water to remove all of the conditioner. 


    Alternatively, if you'd rather make the conditioner bar into a liquid before using it:


    • Chop the bar into quarters with a knife. It's best to do it in four pieces as the conditioner bars contain no preservatives, so once water is added to make the liquid, the conditioner will only stay fresh for a few weeks.
    • Place the cube in a glass or bowl. Add roughly the same amount of boiling water as the size of the piece of conditioner bar. Use a spoon or stirrer to swill it around and help it dissolve.
    • Let the mixture cool for a minute as it will thicken up slightly. You can then add more cool water to the mixture and stir well until it is the desired strength or consistency. 
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