Papaya solid shampoo bar smells sweet and delicious! It’s packed with ingredients your hair will love. "LOVE IS IN THE HAIR" (just kidding!).


We’ve formulated it with coconut oil, shea butter & mango butter, then we incorporate fresh papaya, which removes oil and dirt while providing shine, softness, volume and preventing dryness, it also reduces brittleness hair related. Avocado oil has active properties against hair loss, as well as to accelerate growth. When we begin to use natural solid shampoo, we always recommend giving a margin of at least three or four washes to notice the effect on the hair, since it must dispose of all the sulfates, silicones and parabens that we have supplied. During this adaptation period it is normal that we notice the hair somewhat rougher. It is very important to rinse VERY WELL after each use. Also in the rinse you can add a drop of apple cider vinegar that will close the hair leaving it softer.





More than just a delicious fruit, papaya is a source of nutrients with a number of health benefits thanks to its high content of vitamins A, B, and C. The vitamin A in papaya is helping your scalp to produce sebum which nourishes, strengthens, and protects your hair.


Mango Butter 

Packed with fatty acids and other vitamins, it’s great moisture-rich food for your hair. Its benefits include softening the hair and preventing environmental damage. Mango butter is perfect for tresses that need the ultimate moisture and hydration.


Shea Butter

Shea butter is a miracle fruit seed oil in preventing hair breakage. It also has a high fatty acid content which makes it easy for it to penetrate hair. This can help with hair breakage. Filled with Vitamins A and E along with essential fatty acids, it brings moisture to your hair. This might possibly reduce dryness and prevent split ends. Fatty acids also help increase shine and reduce the frizz of your hair. Shea butter’s anti-inflammatory properties helps reduce redness and scalp irritation by providing healing effects without clogging the pores.


Orange Essential Oil 

The strong, citrusy odor that orange oil produces makes it very suitable for hair use. The natural antioxidants and antibacterial qualities of the orange essence help to ward off any lice that might be in your hair. They also help give your hair a protective coat that keeps them from coming back. The anti-inflammatory agents will kill off any dead skin cells on your scalp which normally lead to dandruff. So by treating the source of the problem, not only the symptoms, you can effectively use orange oil as a natural substitute for anti-dandruff shampoos that can leave some hair types feeling dry or brittle. There’s one additional benefit of the high natural vitamin C content found in orange oil for your hair. The vitamin C dilates the blood capillaries when massaged into your scalp. This means that your blood circulation will be improved and can be used to promote hair growth. It’s true for both men and women.

PAPAYA - Shampoo bar

  • PAPAYA - Shampoo bar

    Organic unrefined Cocoa butter - Organic unrefided shea butter - Castor oil - Organic coconut oil - Avocado oil - Jojoba oil - Almond oil - Vitamin E - Sweet Orange essential oil

    4 oz / 113 g with no plastic packaging - Cute & Nacked.

    These bars are great for those looking to reduce their plastic usage. Each bar is packaged in recycled paper, and you may add on a reusable rust resistant tin, which is great for storage or travel. No more spills in your gym bag or worrying about liquids in your luggage. These bars are 100% vegan & phthalate, paraben free and palm oil free.

    Cute, clean, vegan and worry free skincare!

    No silicones, parabens, PEGs, sulfates (SLS/SLES), GMOs, mineral oils, petrolatum, synthetic colours, or animal testing.

  • Carefully rub the soap onto wet hair to create lather.

    If no foam is created, gently rinse the hair and repeat the procedure.

    Use warm water.

    Apply the foam to the ends of the hair.

    Rinse! Rinse! Rinse! Unlike a liquid detergent shampoo, suds from a shampoo bar may not rinse out as quickly, so make sure to rinse thoroughly.


    Hard water (as the one we have in Barcelona) can make it more difficult to create a good lather and to rinse all of the shampoo bar from your hair. You will feel the gummy soap residue in your hair, especially if your hair is long. If you have hard water, try using distilled water to rinse or a shower filter head.

    Another little trick is to add a pinch of baking soda to a quart of warm water. Use this solution to wet hair before shampooing. It can help the shampoo bar lather better and thus rinse out more thoroughly. 

    Another little trick is to use an homemade apple vinegar rinse ( 2 glasses of water with 2 tablespoons of vinegar ).





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