Eucalyptus & Green clay – For greasy hair
Olive oil (Sodium olivate), Coconut oil (Sodium cocoate), Castor oil (Sodium castorate), Rice oil (Oryza sativa bran oil), Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia), Argan oil (Argania spinosa oil), Green Clay (Illite), Citrus oil (Citrus aurantifolia oil), Ceder (Cedrus atlantica oil), Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus leaf oil), Cetylalcohol.
How to prepare your shampoo
Marley’s shampoo is a new product and this needs some explanation: The Marley’s bag is filled with 50 grams of natural shampoo flakes, this will dissolve into 450ml liquid shampoo
We would suggest you to make the shampoo the night before you would like to use it.
Step 1: fill your Marley’s bag with 400 milliliters of boiled water and stir.
Step 2: Leave it for about 30 minutes until the flakes have dissolved and the shampoo has cooled down a bit. Then pour it into the Marley’s bottle.
Step 3: put the bottle (without the pump) in the fridge overnight (at least 8 hours) and time will do the rest.
Step 4: the next morning, turn the pump back onto the bottle, shake it and your shampoo is ready to use.
Help us with our vision and fight against single use plastic. Pour the shampoo over into your Marley’s bottle or in a reusable bottle you would prefer. Emptied your shampoo? Refill the bottle with new Marley’s shampoo flakes.
Marley’s is a natural shampoo, this means that the structure of the shampoo can differentiate. It can be a bit thicker or thinner than you are used to. This doesn’t matter at all the working substance of the shampoo will do it’s job. When the shampoo is to thick, just add some drops of shower water, shake the bottle and it’s ready to go!
Nowadays your hair and scalp are used to the regular shampoos with all the chemical ingredients. When you start using Marley’s your has to get adjusted to the different ingredients. This is normal, but you will find out quickly enough that your hair is going to be clean, healthy and shiny
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