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Best choice for oily hair.

Dygo solid shampoo bars are packed with plant powders, clays and have a somewhat rustic look. The idea behind them is to combine ancient knowledge with a modern approach towards cosmetics. The choice of most ingredients was inspired by geographical directions (looking from Europe), this is how North, West, South and East were born.

East shampoo is powered by shikakai (Acacia concinna), which is rich in saponins. In indian tradition, shikakai is used to make hair soft and silky. Soap nut powder (Sapindus mukorossi), which is called Reetha powder in Ayurvedic tradition, contributes to gentle cleansing, as it is also naturally very rich in saponins. Fuller’s earth or Multani Mitti clay absorbs grease and impurities and helps in rebalancing the scalp.

Jojoba oil, which actually is heavy-textured liquid wax, adds wonderful conditioning properties to East shampoo bars.

A musky, oriental blend of patchouli, cedarwood, clary sage and bergamot brings the mind to the East!

Check our shampoo guide to find out which shampoo is the most suitable for your hair type.

/ Dygo shampoo bars are formulated using SCI (Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate) which is derived from coconut oil. It is naturally low in pH, which makes it perfect for hair care. It is very mild and helps to gently clean the hair, and also creates beautiful white bubbles.

/ To balance the modern formulation we add plants, which have a long tradition of being used in hair care. Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) infusion strengthens the hair and has been used to stimulate hair growth due to its high content of silica.

/ Corn starch and Agar Agar (natural algae) help to bind the powders together and adds conditioning properties.

/ Active hair conditioning ingredients such as rice protein, vegetable glycerin and panthenol protect, give shine and nurture the hair.

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate □, Equisetum Arvense Extract Aqua ○, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil ●, Acacia Concinna Fruit Powder ●, Solum Follonum, Zea Mays Starch ●, Sapindus Mukorossi Fruit Powder ●, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, Glycerin ▴, Panthenol, Sodium Benzoate & Potassium Sorbate, Pogostemon Cablin Leaf Oil ●, Cedrus Atlantica Wood Oil ●, Agar ●, Salvia Sclarea Flower Oil, Citrus Bergamia Peel Oil ●, Citral ■, Linalool ■, Limonene ■.

● Certified organic

○ Wildcrafted

■ Naturally occurring in essential oils

□ Derived from coconut oil

▴ Plant origin (palm oil free)

/ No transition time or acidic rinse is needed when switching to Dygo shampoo bars.

/ pH range 5-5,5

/ Weight around 85g

/ Should last more than 60 washes.

/ Packed in plantable seed paper + recyclable/compostable paper and sewed together with 100% cotton thread.

/ Dygo shampoo bars contain SCI (Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate) which is one of the mildest natural palm oil free surfactants derived from coconut. Due to its naturally low pH, it is perfect for hair care. It is completely biodegradable.

/ Sodium benzoate & Potassium sorbate are natural origin preservatives, which are essential for this type of product to protect it from getting mouldy. It is completely palm oil free and plant-based.

/ All Dygo shampoo additional ingredients are natural (plant-based and mineral). Once again we do not use palm oil, animal fat, artificial colours or synthetic fragrances.

/ Each shampoo bar is carefully handcrafted at Dygo’s home studio, so each has its unique shape, colour and aroma.

Warnings: for external use only. If irritation occurs discontinue use. Avoid eye contact.

We suggest doing the skin patch test before starting to use the soap if you have very sensitive skin.

Dygo shampoo bars need a bit more of attention to make them last longer. It is very important to keep them in a dry place. The best option is to keep the shampoo bar on a well-drained soap holder between uses.

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