Shampoo without the bottle sounds rather messy.
A United Kingdom cosmetics maker has cleaned up its act and is offering an all-natural product that more closely resembles a bar of soap than a traditional shampoo.
The Seanik shampoo bar – get it… Seanik, as in scenic? – won’t work us into a lather over plastic waste. You can rinse, lather, repeat until your heart’s content and your hair is squeaky clean without the guilt that comes with tossing yet another single-use plastic product.
“Say good riddance to bad rubbish, and imagine a world without waste. Join the naked revolution.” - Lush Retail
Count us in. Because when you strip away all the great garments we offer, our mission here at COAST IS CLEAR is to reduce plastic pollution they cause in the sea and along the coastline.
Now, in less time than it takes to wash your hair, you can watch this cool video.
The zero waste plastic shampoo is not the only great initiative out of Lush, a company that’s been cleaning up since 1995. Lush produces creams, soaps, shampoos, shower gels, lotions, moisturizers, scrubs, masks and other cosmetics for the face, hair, and body – and it does so using only vegetarian or vegan recipes.
Yep, Lush products are 100 percent vegetarian. Items are crafted with fruits and vegetables such as grapefruit juice, vanilla beans, avocado butter, rosemary oil, fresh papaya and coconut.
Hmmm … Why am I suddenly hungry?