If you're on a journey to living a zero-waste lifestyle, making a few tweaks to your beauty routine should be a top priority. For one, opting for a solid shampoo can significantly reduce the use of plastic in your routine because you won't have to dispose of a bottle every time you run out. Ready to make the switch? Here are 10 brands where you can shop for your new shampoo bars:
Ecobar Thickening Shampoo Bar, P150, Ecobar
Suds' all-natural and handmade shampoo bars are not only eco-friendly, each one also lasts for up to 100 showers.
Suds Shampoo Bars, P180 each, Suds
3. Zero Basics
This zero-waste brand has shampoo bars made with essential oils that encourage hair growth and protect your scalp from dandruff.
Zero Basics Shampoo Bar, price available upon request, Zero Basics
Cut shower time in half with Paralúman's two-in-one shampoo/conditioner bars.
Paralúman Flowerchild Shampoo/Conditioner Bar, P80, Paraluman
This brand packs its apple cider vinegar-based shampoo bars in eco-friendly soap pouches you can easily reuse.
Pure ACV Shampoo Bar, P250, Pure
6. Tree Maria
Say goodbye to dandruff and plastic bottles with Tree Maria's rosemary solid suds.
Tree Maria Rosemary Shampoo Bar, P90, Tree Maria
7. Daniela Calumba
Daniela's bars are made in small batches in a span of three months. According to her, she uses rosemary and neem oil from her family's farm in Bukidnon, as well as raw, unrefined, and locally-sourced oils and butters.
Daniel Calumba Shampoo Bar, price available upon request, Daniela Calumba
Lush is one of the big brands advocating the use of solid shampoo worldwide, thanks to its wide selection of scents and waste-free packaging.
Lush Shampoo Bar, P495, Rockwell
9. Daila Herbal Community
Daila's bestselling gugo and aloe vera shampoo also comes in solid form and promises to promote hair growth after every wash.
Daila Gugo Shampoo Bar with Aloe Vera, P145, The Artisan Gatherer
On top of selling other zero-waste goodies, ActivGreen also makes organic shampoo bars in lovely scents.
ActivGreen Shampoo Bars, P220, Activgreen
This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.