11-29-2015, 08:24 AM
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Another advantage to shampoo bars is when traveling, you can toss them in your carry on an not get hassled when going through security. Plus I don't much care for most hotel shampoo and conditioners.

I've only tried Taconic (I think that's the name) liked the performance, but it did not last as long as I would have liked. I plan to try JR Liggetts Based on this thread.

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 12-27-2015, 10:53 AM
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  • bullgoose
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  • Redondo Beach, California, U.S.A
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I personally am not a fan of shampoo bars. In my experience, they end up turning into a nasty glob since they are much softer than a triple milled soap. I prefer my shampoo in liquid form out of a bottle.

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 01-07-2016, 08:08 PM
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The Bar I used was made by my sisters soap on etsy shop makes great soaps shampoo bar I had, had wonderful citrus smell.

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 01-12-2016, 03:14 PM
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I tried one of the Lush shampoo bars. There was no particular reason (except perhaps curiosity) that prompted me to make the purchase. Before setting foot in a Lush store, I had never seen a shampoo bar before. Apparently they are made by multiple companies, including DR Harris from what I understand.

The primary advantage to the shampoo bar is obviously portability. It is a lot easier in many cases to carry around a solid as opposed to a liquid, which is prone to leaking and confiscation in the event of plane travel. Additionally, the shampoo bar I got from Lush seemed to last forever. I'm sure that I got a few months of daily use out of mine.

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 01-21-2016, 09:09 PM
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Nice I just got a shampoo bar from lush today I'm trying it out tomorrow morning. Hoping it helps my dandruff a little bit

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 01-24-2016, 03:16 PM
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Shampoo bars, especially those with tea tree, seem to keep my hair and scalp in better, healthier condition than liquids.  I am starting tomorrow to use a tea tree lavender shampoo bar from Sea Glass Soaps in Minnesota.  I haven't used it before, and it certainly smells good.

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 01-25-2016, 09:21 PM
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Using Mystic water on a work trip right now. The hotel is high end and very obviously has a water softener so the performance of my speick stick and the shampoo bar are amazing. If my water was this soft at home the mystic would be more of a contender.

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 01-28-2016, 06:49 AM
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Tried my shampoo bar from a lush a few days ago so far my scalp has been a lot less flaky & less itchy which is good shampoo bar is called soak & float I think if anyone else on here who has dandruff might wanna give it a try

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 01-28-2016, 07:34 AM
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I can't use these shampoo bars. Dries my scalp out to much. The ones I've tried all came with the recc to use vinegar as well. really not into that.

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 01-28-2016, 01:09 PM
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I am a huge fan of shampoo bars and switched about a year ago.  My sole complaint is that, as stated above, they tend to get mushy in the shower.  I've tried Liggetts, MW, Tiki and have DR Harris as well.  I read somewhere that while you could use a vinegar rinse or conditioner, neither was necessary which is how I do it.

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 01-29-2016, 03:39 PM
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My understanding is that the ph of shampoo bars is much to high for human hair and that's why the suggested use of an acid such as vinegar for a rinse. I've personally never had much luck with them.

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 02-08-2016, 09:34 AM
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  • Ram57
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Just started using a Queen Charlotte's Soap Queen Charlotte Soaps Cedarwood Rosemary shampoo bar.

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 01-14-2017, 11:18 AM
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Don't use shampoo bars before. Waiting for some bars and bath soaps from Mystic Water. Very good reviews about it.


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 01-15-2017, 08:46 AM
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  • Mel S Meles
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(01-28-2016, 07:34 AM)JHamel Wrote: I can't use these shampoo bars. Dries my scalp out to much. The ones I've tried all came with the recc to use vinegar as well. really not into that.

For daily shampooing, I use liquid shampoo, but for dandruff control (every ten days or so), I use a bar of CARIA Pine Tar Olive Oil soap (available only, AFAIK, through the Enormous On-Line Retailer named after a South American river). Its ingredients are very simple: Olive oil, Coconut Oil, Cocoa Butter, Pine Tar, and Castor oil. Nothing drying there. It does need to be kept on a well-drained shelf or in a well-drained soap dish, however.

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