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Introducing our Shampoo & Conditioner Bars - Rowdy Kind

Introducing our Shampoo & Conditioner Bars

We know that for some kids’ hair, a 2-in-1 isn’t going to cut it. That’s why in addition to our Hair & Everywhere Bars we have developed Shampoo & Conditioner Bars!  Meet: Little Naughty, Never Knotty & Man-GO with the Flow!

Like everything we do, we put kids’ needs first when developing these two new bars - utilizing effective and safe ingredients like: Provitamin B5 and EcoSilk to gently nourish and detangle, and mango butter and coconut oil to condition without being too heavy or greasy for kids’ ultra fine locks.

Shampoo & Conditioner Bars VS.  Hair & Everywhere Bar - Who needs what?

Take our quick quiz to find out:

  • Does your kid have long tangly hair?
  • Is hair-brushing a “process”?  
  • Are there curls on the scene?
  • Is your kids’ hair thicker than yours?
  • Feeling a bit dry?
  • Do you currently use a conditioner on your little one (liquid or leave in spray)?

If you answered YES to one or more of these questions - Shampoo & Conditioner is likely the way to go!

If not - you're probably good to go with one of our Hair & Everywhere Bars! (Keep in mind you can always use our conditioner bar with these as well for a little extra TLC!)

Are you thinking “But wait, how do you even use solid Shampoo & Conditioner bars?”

We get it… it was weird thinking about it for the first time for us too, “How does it even work?”  “What do I do?” “Does it lather” “How does it get through my hair”.

Well the truth is, using a shampoo or conditioner bar is suuuuuuuuuuuuper easy - seriously WAY easier than what your thinking in your head right now. 

Here’s the play by play (your going to recognize ¾ of these steps!):

  1. Wet your hair (starting off easy…. This step is the same!)

  2. Take the bar in one hand and rub it against your head and down your hair (if long) a little bit  (not much, a couple swipes back and forth will do it!)

  3. Work into your hair with your fingy’s

  4. Rinse.

To be honest, it’s probably easier than using a liquid… no more overpours, bottle topples, or accidental globs on the shower floor - Kids’ can easily DIY!


Enjoy - We can’t wait to hear how you do!

Anne Marie

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