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Secrets de ProvenceOrganic Solid Shampoo for Normal Hair (with hook)

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  • $6.41 ($7.54 / 100 g)
  • from 2 only $5.92 / Pc -8%

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Content: 85 g

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Item no.:  BERN--SDP0J671, Content: 85 g

EAN: 3355312106610

  • Perfect for travel
  • Less packaging waste
  • Space saving & easy


What can that be...it looks like a donut ... but no! This innovative product made by Secrets de Provence is a solid, environmentally friendly shampoo! It is easy to use and with the included easy to attach hooks in the bathroom. It's perfect to easily transport for traveling, sports, or as a fun gift idea.


  • low water consumption in the production process
  • Space saving during transport
  • less packaging waste
  • High Yield - 1 pack solid shampoo corresponds to about 2 bottles of liquid shampoo
  • 100% natural, 21% organic cultivation
  • prepared on the basis of vegetable oils and clay

This product is free of

  • Sulfates
  • Dyes
  • Parabens
  • Preservatives

Application: Directly apply the shampoo onto wet hair and rub until it begins to foam. Massage the foam into the hair and rinse with water. 

Main Ingredients: Yellow clay, organic glycerin, organic shea butter.


Ingredients (INCI): disodium lauryl sulfosuccinate, cetearyl alcohol, triticum vulgare (wheat) starch*, glycerin**, hydrogenated castor oil, stearic acid, cocamidopropyl betaine, aqua (water), coco glucoside, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, parfum (fragrance), bentonite, illite, behenyl / stearyl aminopropanediol esters, hydrolyzed wheat protein, limonene, eugenol, citral, linalool  ​
​* Organic ** from organic ingredients 

Secrets de Provence
Hair Type:
Normal Hair
Product Type:
Hair Care & Styling
Cosmébio, ECOCERT, Vegan

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