#11
(09-03-2016, 10:04 PM)Matsilainen Wrote: Mike’s Natural Soaps also has shampoo bars, but only occasionally, so getting one can be hit-and-miss. I have a sample that I have not yet tried.

I really should get a Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements “Cavendish” shampoo bar, because that scent is one of my favorites.

(09-03-2016, 11:42 PM)gregcss Wrote: I've been using them for the last 4-5 years or so, along with natural bath soap bars. I have not looked back. As far as shampoo bars go I recommend Sudsy Soapery, Mystic Water, and Queen Charlotte Soaps.

PS: My avatar does not represent me or my hair line in any way Wink

I'll just try some of my bath soaps as shampoo and make a batch with more hair loving oils. Every artisan I checked except PAA uses bath soap formulas pretty much so maybe that's all that's required for a good bar. I bought the PAA because it has manuka honey and cider vinegar and a different formula all together.

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#12
I use Mickey Lee Soap's shampoo bar. The green tea and kraken bars are my favorite!

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#13
I've been on the fence about using shampoo bars for a while now, the opinions here have shoved me off the fence so I'll have to try them now.

Thanks a lot guys for spending even more of my money!

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Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
(09-04-2016, 10:37 PM)nffclsr Wrote: I've been on the fence about using shampoo bars for a while now, the opinions here have shoved me off the fence so I'll have to try them now.

Thanks a lot guys for spending even more of my money!

should we send you our addresses for helping you out? Tongue

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#15

Vintage Razor Fan
Southwestern NY
I've used Mike's and Mystic Water shampoo bars.  They both work very well.  I would give  Mystic Water shampoo bars a slight edge in preference(for me.) http://www.mystic4men.com/hair-care.html. Michelle(Mystic Water) also has an explanation of a vinegar rinse on the same page with instructions.

FYI, Mike has his sample/travel size(1.3-1.5 oz) shampoo bars up for pre-order right now.  http://mikesnaturalsoaps.com/Shampoo%20Bar.html

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-Rob
#16

Merchant
Nashville, TN
I've never heard of them until this thread, something new to try.
#17

Vintage Shaver
Seattle, WA
I've used several types, and I like Mike's the best. But they usually are out of stock, so you have to grab a bunch of them quickly whenever they are available.

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John
#18

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
I think Mike mentioned that he's taking pre-orders on his shampoo bars now:
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?s...6012856923
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#19

Almost an old shaver
Southern Appalachia - GA
I have used Mike's for about two years now. Given the favorable comments regarding the other artisan shampoo bars, there are quite a few that I need to try. I believe I will try MW next.

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#20
(This post was last modified: 09-09-2016, 11:35 PM by nwohio.)
I have tried several and for the last couple of years I have been using Chagrin Valley. Their bath bars are great too.

http://www.chagrinvalleysoapandsalve.com...mpoo-bars/

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