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Beauty and the Bees Shampoo bars are completely free of harsh synthetic chemicals. They are made with high quality organic ingredients from the cleanest place on the earth - Tasmania, Australia. Using these bars can solve the problem of irritated scalp, dandruff, and dry hair. Gives you healthy lush and beautiful hair See More
Very convenient for travel, no more fretting if everything will fit into the little clear bag for liquids when going through the security check at the airport. I'd recommend getting a starter pack to find out which bar suits you the best because some of them made my hair feel heavy and sticky, while others just left the feeling of cleanliness. See More
The bars range in price from $9.95-$12.95 US. Considering you get up to 80 washes, it doesn't work out to be much more than the cost of regular shampoo. However for someone trying the bar for the first time, it's a bit pricey for not knowing whether you'll like it or not. See More
Lush shampoo bars are my go-to for travel. They are compact, last ages (when looked after properly), and the results are comparable to my favourite liquid shampoos. You can also buy a small aluminum case to keep it protected. The main issue I have with them is that if you don't let them dry off completely, they can quickly turn to mush. I usually pat it dry with a paper towel but even then, I've still lost a couple almost brand new bars to moisture. See More
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