Sally's Bucket Cocoa Butter & Silk Shampoo Bar

Ingredients: Rice Bran Soap (Rice bran oil, water, rice vinegar, Sea Salt, Oat Flour); Sunflower Castile Soap(Sunflower Oil, Distilled Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Bentonite Clay, Parsley, and Sea Salt); Oil Blend (cocoa butter, beeswax, sunflower oil, canola oil); rice flour, sunflower lecithin, DL-panthenol, silk protein, parsley, and vitamin E
Details

This shampoo bar strengthen the strands of the hair as it moisturizes and naturally detangles thanks to ingredients like panthenol (Vitamin B5) and silk protein. It is loaded with low salicylate oils like rice bran, sunflower, cocoa butter and canola oil.

Why select this brand?

Sally's Bucket makes products that are from low salicylate ingredients, and is great for individuals with Salicylate Intolerance/Sensitivity. However, even if you are not sensitive to salicylates, by selecting this brand you are choosing products made from carefully selected ingredients and no preservatives. The name Sally's Bucket is referencing how full is your bucket or salicylate level.

Size: Avg. 4.0 oz, 3" × 1" diameter (inches)

Where to find it

Sally's Bucket Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/876495615/cocoa-butter-silk-shampoo-bar

Disclaimer

These products are provided as a possible suggestion for people who are sensitive to salicylates or have food allergies. Always consult with your doctor and/or dietician before beginning dietary investigation into a food intolerance. Information on this site is drawn from the personal experience and scientific literature. The low-sal-life.com and Sarah Verlinde cannot be held liable for any errors or omissions.

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Added to directory October 11, 2020

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