Shampoo and conditioner bars on white background
Rosemary Shampoo bar on white background
Rosemary Conditioner bar on white background

Shampoo + Conditioner Bars | Rosemary Mint

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Plastic free shampoo and conditioner bars get up to 70 washes per bar and save 2-3 plastic bottles! Rosemary and peppermint scented. Vegan and cruelty free. Leaves you with luscious locks and a lower carbon footprint!

These delicately floral-scented bars are like a kiss from nature. Made with a botanical blend of rosemary and peppermint. Rosemary is a fragrant evergreen herb native to the Mediterranean with a distinctive sweet aromatic herbal scent. Peppermint is a hybrid plant cross between watermint and spearmint and indigenous to Europe and the Middle East. This enchanting combination gently soothes as it cleanses. You'll find your lovely locks are made stronger without any breakage or split ends. Expect a highly moisturizing and gentle yet rich, creamy lather that will leave your hair feeling silky and soft. Perfect for you and the planet to stay clean, healthy, and beautiful.

Features: 100% essential oil. Vegan and cruelty-free. Lasts approximately 50-75 washes (may vary!). Equivalent to 2-3 16 oz bottles of liquid product.

Shampoo: Apply bar directly to wet hair and massage with hands until desired lather is achieved. Alternatively, lather bar in hands and apply to hair. Rinse thoroughly, repeat as necessary. Dimensions: 2.4" l x 1.2" w x 2.6" h. Weight: 2 oz.

Conditioner: Apply bar directly to wet hair, start at roots and smooth bar towards ends. Wait 3-5 minutes then rinse fully. Reapply to ends as a leave-in conditioner to detangle. Rinse as required. Dimensions: 2.6" l x 0.8" w x 1.3" h. Weight: 1 oz.

Dry and style hair as usual. For external use only, avoid contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with clean water if contact occurs.

Extra Tip*
Conditioner Bars also give you versatility. Use as an In-Shower Rinse, In-Shower Soft Bar or Leave-In Conditioner.

Place one conditioner bar inside a lidded container.
Fill with a few ounces of water to cover the bar, let sit for 24 hours, flipping over half way through for each side of the bar to soak up water.
The bar will plump up in size and will be soft, like the texture of cream cheese.
The more water you use, the larger and softer the bar gets.
After the initial soak, you can easily adjust the water to bring the bar to a softness you like best.
Use a container that is wider than the bar to accommodate the increase in bar size and for you to be able to easily remove it once softened.
This bar will last you for months, even with regular use.
  • Leaping Bunny Certified. An internationally recognized cruelty-free certification, which requires that companies pledge to end animal testing at all stages of product development. Even the supply chain must be checked for animal testing right down to the ingredient manufacturer level. Companies must recommit yearly and be open to third-party audits.

  • Tangie is a Green America Certified Business. Companies with this certification are committed to using business as a platform for positive social change. Green businesses adopt principles, policies and practices that improve the quality of life for their customers, employees, communities, and the planet.


      These are exempt from labeling requirements and regarded as “trade secrets”. There is no way to determine what the individual ingredients are, and may include phthalates. These have been linked with the aggravation of asthma, headaches, allergic reactions and possible long term central nervous system disorders.

      Found in many cosmetics as a preservative. Suspected links between parabens and breast cancer. Be sure to avoid deodorant containing parabens since it’s applied close to the breast area, every day for many, many years.

      There are nearly 16,000 studies in the PubMed science library about the toxicity of this chemical that can be found on the SLS page on Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) website. It is present in nearly all shampoos, scalp treatments, hair color and bleaching agents, toothpaste, body washes and cleansers, make-up foundations, liquid hand soaps, and laundry detergents. Although SLS originates from coconuts, the chemical is anything but natural.

    • 1,4-DIOXANE FREE
      Any discussion of SLS/SLES must include a discussion of 1,4 dioxane because the manufacturing process of SLS/SLES results in its being contaminated with 1,4 dioxane—a known carcinogen. (NOT to be confused with Dioxin)

      Primarily used as a solvent and an aid to absorption through the skin. The main concerns are that this material may be a primary skin irritant and there are possible links to liver abnormalities and kidney damage.

      Primarily added to cosmetics as an anti-bacterial agent. It belongs to a class of chemicals known as chlorophenols and is suspected of causing cancer in humans.

      Sometimes used in deodorants for its ability to absorb moisture and provide a “smooth” feel under the arms. Because of the particle size, it may “block” the underarm pores producing the effect of an antiperspirant. Talc is closely related to the potent carcinogen asbestos. Talc particles have been shown to cause tumors in the ovaries and lungs of cancer victims.

      Phosphorous is like a fertilizer in our water system. As it Increases algae and aquatic weed growth, the oxygen needed for healthy fish and aquatic life is depleted.

      The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health has found that 1/3 of the substances used in the fragrance industry are toxic. But because the chemical formulas of fragrances are considered trade secrets, companies aren’t required to list their ingredients but merely label them as containing “fragrance”. 95 percent of chemicals used in fragrance are from petroleum. This one word can contain many, many chemicals that don’t need to be listed and are likely endocrine disrupters. This is why these bars only use Essential Oils for scenting.

      Shampoo and Conditioner bars are 100% plastic-free. No plastic wrapper, no plastic shipping.
Shampoo: Coconut Oil, Water, Sodium Coco Sulfate. French Yellow Clay, Blend of Wild Orange, Palmarose, Pink Grapefruit Essential Oils.

Conditioner: Emulsifier blend (Cetearyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Methosulfate), Cocoa Butter, Cetyl Alcohol, Coconut Oil, Glycerine USP, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Jojoba Oil. French Green Clay, Blend of Rosemary and Peppermint
A sustainable alternative to plastic bottled shampoo and conditioner. Each bar is the equivalent to two to three 16oz bottles of liquid product.
Wrapped in paper with a small a piece of 100% recyclable Kraft tape. This is to protect the bars in transit. The paper and tape can be recycled, but if the paper or tape are soiled with some oil, they can be composted.
Shampoo and Conditioner Bars are biodegradable and can be completely dissolved by water.