Olive Oil Shampoo-17th Century Suds Ithaca Soap
All this time you've been washing your hair with a detergent mislabeled shampoo. The word shampoo means a soap especially formulated for hair. You wash your hair with detergent, which strips all your natural goodness off your hair and head, and you replace it with an artificial grease called conditioner. This conditioner sticks to each individual hair, staying on your head. Some conditioners even contain a chemical to attract moisture from the air, which causes your hair to have a false sense of body and become heavy.
If you've been using conditioner or shampoo with lots of ingredients, give your hair a gentle cleanse with an apple cider vinegar rinse prior to shampooing with 17CS-Ithaca Soap Olive Oil Shampoo. This non-caustic castille soap will gently remove residue and build up from your old hair care products. It's simple. Mix the vinegar with water and pour the mixture on your hair, avoiding any contact with your eyes. Massage the vinegar/water mix into your scalp and all the way to the tips of your hair. For those of you with a lot of thick long hair, you may need 1/2 - 3/4 cup of vinegar. For those of you with little hair, a tablespoon or 2 may be enough. Rinse with water. Then shampoo and again massage your scalp and hair all the way to the ends. This 1st shampooing may not be very lathery as it washes off the vinegar. Shampoo a second time and you'll get a nice lather and fabulously clean hair.
Do not oil hair prior to washing Do not use conditioner or other hair care products. They may contain artificial ingredients that remain on your hair, causing our gentle shampoo to struggle to get it off . Once you use 17CS shampoo, you will have truely clean hair, less hair loss and 2-3 times faster dry time . Wash hair once or twice per shampooing. That's it. Save money and hot water.
The Olive Oil Shampoo is for normal to super dry hair. The Sunflower Shampoo is for oily hair only.