The vast majority of us are trying to cut down on both our plastic consumption and spending, which isn’t easy when eco-friendly options tend to cost more.
Shampoo and conditioner bars are one of the main exceptions to this rule – and you don’t even need to sacrifice the quality you’re used to.
UK-based Nope offers plastic-free haircare for people who don’t want to compromise on either ethics or results.
While some readily-available bars leave a waxy residue on the hair or result in dry, split ends, Nope produces quality shampoos and conditioners tailored to your hair needs.
They provide the same effects as the brand’s you’re used to, just condensed into a solid bar that’s vegan and not tested on animals.
Ditching bottled products could save you a lot of cash in the long run. A Nope bar last between 60 and 80 washes – three times longer than a 250ml bottle.
With bars starting at £6.50 each, delivered free in biodegradable packaging, you’ll see big reductions in your toiletry spending and plastic waste.
Add to that the fact that they’re hand luggage friendly (because security liquid limits don’t apply to solid products) and suitable for all hair types and sensitive scalps, and it seems like a no-brainer.
There are three categories of Nope products to choose from:
This range is best for those with medium to fine hair, protecting your strands and adding a shine boost.
Using the Moroccan oil to soften and smooth hair, the omega fatty acids in the conditioner will also tame frizz without weight.
Into the Deep
People with medium to thick hair will suit Into the Deep, which is designed to deeply moisturise while gently cleansing.
Lavender and seaweed extract help to nourish the scalp and strengthen hair, and the formulas also contain Abyssinian olive and coconut oil for thicker hair that needs extra moisture.
The Peppermint Refresh range is suitable for all types, but specifically formulated to soothe irritated or sensitive scalps.
Peppermint contains antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory qualities that help to relieve excess oil production and scalp issues such as dandruff, while menthol in peppermint also creates a rush of blood flow to the follicles, carrying new nutrients and oxygen to stimulate hair growth.
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