Havana Conditioner Bar by Unwrapped Life (tobacco + vanilla)
If half of your heart is in Havana (ooh-na-na), then this seductive and smooth hair bar duo will take you to a place of warm nights, white linen everything, vintage cars, pastel buildings and tropical sunsets. An intoxicating and gender-neutral culmination of earthen woods, rich tobacco and leafy citrus greens, with a hint of amber and vanilla, our Havana shampoo bar and conditioner bar will bring you back to 1940’s Tropicana and the Las Vegas of the Caribbean.
Packing a powerhouse punch of Tamanu oil, which has become a highly-prized oil due to its ability to regenerate, strengthen and protect hair and skin cells, and brimming with essential fatty acids and nutrients, these bars are particularly protective and healing for those who use heat or chemical formulas on their locks.
Vegan + cruelty-free
Essential oil and synthetic scenting (paraben + phthalate-free)
Lasts approximately 50-75 washes (may vary!)
Equivalent to 2-3 16 oz bottles of liquid product
Color-safe, can be used with extensions
Recommended Hair Type: normal to dry
Conditioner bar: behentrimonium methosulfate (from rapeseed oil), cetearyl (natural emulsifier and conditioner), cocoa butter, cetyl, coconut oil, glycerin, olive oil, jojoba oil, wheat germ oil, cyclomethicone, fragrance oil blend (paraben and phthalate-free), d-panthenol, tamanu oil, (essential oils of: bergamot and cedarwood), vitamin E, mica, titanium dioxide, and chromium oxide green.
For conditioner, start at the scalp, and move the bar through hair to the ends. You will feel the ‘slip’ of the conditioner in your hair when you rinse thoroughly. Conditioner can be reapplied to ends and left in as a detangler, prior to combing hair.
Dry and style hair as usual. Keep product out of eyes, ears, nose, and mouth.
Conditioner bar = 2 inches round + 1 - 1.2 oz (size may vary)
These bars last longest, and perform best, when allowed to dry between lathers. We recommend storing them on a soap dish with drain holes and keeping them away from spraying water while not in use.