Restructuring and nourishing solid conditioner for stronger, perfectly...
Solid conditioners and shampoos
La Saponaria conditioners and solid shampoos are zero waste and plastic free! Because we love your hair, but also the planet! They are contained in a recycled cardboard box while the inner casing is compostable, to be placed in the wet: to reduce our plastic consumption one shower at a time!
Shine-boosting, anti-frizz solid conditioner for light hair that stays...
Solid shampoo that leaves hair light and clean at length, with a purifying...
Solid shampoo for normal to dry hair, with a strengthening and soothing...
A kit with solid shampoo and solid conditioner for thin, brittle hair
A kit with solid shampoo and solid conditioner for hair that gets dirty...
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La doccia può diventare zero waste e plastic free con gli shampoo e i balsami solidi
The shower can become zero waste and plastic free with solid shampoos and conditioners Solid shampoo and conditioner: a choice that more and more people are choosing because it avoids the use of plastic bottles. There are two types of solid shampoo: there are those obtained by compacting the ingredients, such as the Purezza solid shampoo and the Energia solid shampoo. They are shampoos similar to liquid ones and are extremely easy to use, just pass the stick between your hands or on your hair and then rinse normally. Solid shampoo can also be obtained by saponification, such as our Champú y gel de ducha sólido con semilla de lino: it has formulation advantages but its slightly basic ph makes it necessary to carry out a final acid rinse.
Then there are our solid conditioners, Forza and Disciplina, arrived to make our hair shine with incredible ingredients without weighing on the Planet! In fact, their pack is zero waste and plastic free and they are super concentrated, to last a long time!
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