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My New Favorite Hair-Care Products: SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner!

By Parentingauthor @ParentingAuthor
My New Favorite Hair-Care Products: SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner!I have a friend who sings the praises of sulfate-free shampoo, so I was excited when SoapBox contacted me to review their sulfate-free Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner. Sulfate-free hair products are touted as less drying to the hair and even help hair color to stay in longer. And after using SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner, I totally agree!
My New Favorite Hair-Care Products: SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner!Previously, I’d been using dandruff shampoo because my scalp was very dry, but it wasn’t working very well. Now after using the SoapBox products, my scalp is healthy again! No more scratching or dry patches. I’ve also noticed that my hair color seems to be lasting much longer since I started using SoapBox hair products. But I’m not the only one in the family to benefit from SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner. My 11-year-old son is on a swim team, and his hair often feels dry and brittle thanks to the chlorine in the pool. But he loves the effects of using SoapBox shampoo and conditioner. He told me, “It smells good and it makes my hair really silky!”
Besides being sulfate-, parabens- and phthalates-free, SoapBox shampoo and conditioner are made with bataua fruit oil, which is native to the Amazon region. According to SoapBox, “The oil from bataua fruit looks similar to olive oil, but it also contains remarkably high levels of unsaturated fatty acids and oleic acid that makes it super effective at treating dry, flaky scalp. Traditionally used by natives of the Amazon as a hair loss and anti-dandruff tonic, this oil starts at the root (literally), moisturizing and calming the scalp, and works all the way to the ends of hair to promote intense hydration. Whether it is your scalp or your body, bataua fruit’s high level of oleic acid, vitamins A & E, and saturated fats can do wonders to restore and protect your skin.” And did I mention that these products smell amazing?
My New Favorite Hair-Care Products: SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner!I will definitely be buying more SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner. And here’s another great reason to purchase: SoapBox’s mission is to empower customers to change the world through their purchases. For every product they sell, they donate a bar of soap, a month’s supply of clean water or a year’s supply of vitamins to a child in need. I love a company that gives back. And I also love a company with a sense of humor. Here are the directions on the conditioner bottle: “After rinsing shampoo, apply conditioner generously to hair, focusing on damaged areas. Hum into the bottle/microphone. Wait 3-5 minutes before rinsing thoroughly.” Love it!
If your current hair care products aren’t making you happy, I hope you’ll try SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner. You’ll have healthier hair, and you’ll be helping someone in need. Want more good news? These products are only $4.99/bottle at Target. Head to a Target store near you or purchase online through the links below.
Purchase at Target.com:
Shampoo
Conditioner
You can find SoapBox at:
Website: www.soapboxsoaps.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SoapBoxSoaps
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SoapBoxSoaps
Instagram: https://instagram.com/SoapboxSoaps/
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/SoapBoxSoaps
Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/soapboxsoaps/
Favorite Hair-Care Products: SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo Conditioner!
My New Favorite Hair-Care Products: SoapBox Bataua Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner!

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