Beauty

17 Zero-Waste Shampoo And Conditioner Bars

Ditch plastic, not good hair days.

Photo, Erik Putz. Styling, Jeanie Lee.

It’s estimated that the equivalent of one garbage truck full of plastic is dumped into the ocean every minute. Swapping your go-to bottled shampoo and conditioner for packaging-free bars is an easy way to cut down on plastic waste. A single palm-sized bar can last up to 80 washes, and thanks to eco-conscious brands that have created solid formulas for every conceivable issue—from oily roots to parched ends—you don’t have to give up good hair days either. Scroll down to browse a few of our favourite options, including a volumizing duo to a luxe soap-free option.


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