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Tresses to Toes Cold Press Soap Bar

$11.95 

This product is currently sold out.

Please fill in the form below if you'd like to be notified when it becomes available.

This soap bar is perfect for cabin goers, backpackers, work travellers and more! Our Tresses to Toes Cold Press Soap can literally be used to cleanse everything from your body to face to hair, which makes it great for eliminating unnecessary duplicates in your cosmetic case when you’re travelling.

Brimming with nourishing hemp oil, the Tresses to Toes Cold Press Soap won’t clog your pores and delivers a healthy dose of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids that provide needed moisture and protects the skin. We’ve added tea tree oil to this bar as well to provide some extra cleansing “oomph”; it kills acne-causing bacteria and is particularly great for those who suffer dandruff/dry scalp.

Bar shampoo is particularly great for people with dreadlocks because it won’t leave behind a residue or buildup.

In a Nutshell

  • Blend of peppermint, rosemary, and tea tree for a fresh scent and feel
  • Contains nourishing hemp oil
  • Treats dry scalps with care
  • Fights both facial and body acne
  • Won’t clog pores
  • GREAT for travel
  • Formulated with clean and kind ingredients
    • how to use +
    • ingredients +
    • additional info +
    • We’re pretty confident you know how to use a bar of soap, but here are a few recommendations to make the most of your cold pressed bars.

      1. Avoid hot water, as this will dry your skin out. Opt for lukewarm water instead and let the soap do the dirty work.
      2. Feel free to use a cleaning mitt or silicone face scrubber, but be gentle! They can exfoliate without adding extra pressure (which can cause irritation).
      3. The optimal amount of time to cleanse your face for is roughly 45 seconds – 1 min. If you have sensitive skin, try 30 seconds. Set a timer on your phone for the first few uses, as you may be surprised how long it actually is.



      New to Bar Shampoo? Here’s why you should use a vinegar rinse.

      A vinegar rinse helps "newbies" adjust to shampoo bars by removing any soapy build up. It usually takes 2- 4 weeks for people to adjust to using shampoo bars rather than liquid shampoo. The amount of adjustment time required is based on a number of elements; scalp health, previously used products, how much oil your scalp produces, medication, diet, hormone levels and even the type of water you have (i.e. hard water vs soft). If it takes longer than 4 weeks, just stay patient. Like your skin, there may be a healing process involved, but it will get there. 

      For the seasoned shampoo bar users, a vinegar rinse, once in a while, is a great way to give you shine, fewer tangles, and a healthier scalp. 

      Vinegar Rinse Recipe:

      • Add 1 cup vinegar to 2 cups warm water
      • Add a drop of essential oil if you like
      • Work into hair

      Don't worry, you'll smell like vinegar but ONLY until your hair dries! After it dries, no more vinegar smell! You can rinse out the vinegar rinse mix or you can leave it in! The benefits of leaving it in are that you'll have fewer tangles and helps if you have an itchy scalp!


      How to use our Tresses to Toes CP Soap on your hair:

      • Make sure you get your hair good and wet. This will help with the lather.
      • Remember a little goes a long way.
      • Focus your lather on the roots, and don't worry about the ends of your hair. Enough soap will work its way down through the ends to ensure its clean too.
      • Rinse well with luke-warm water. 

      Alternative Uses

      1. Shaving Soap – all of our cold pressed soaps make amazing alternatives to conventional shaving creams. Just lather up and apply to your legs like you would a shaving cream and get to business. The oils in our soaps make shaving a smooth success.



      How to Make Your Soap Bars Last

      Once you've tried handmade soap you’ll want every silky, skin-loving bubble to last! Thankfully, we won't stop making handmade soap anytime soon BUT there are definitely some tricks to making each bar last as long as possible.

      • Don't leave your handmade soap in the tub while you're soaking.
      • Make sure your handmade soap isn't in the water stream; keep it in a corner of the shower or tub where it won't be constantly hit by water.
      • Use a soap dish that provides appropriate drainage so your soap bar can dry properly between uses.
      • Rub your soap bar onto a washcloth & use that to get clean rather than rubbing the soap bar right onto your body.
      • Store your soap bars in their packaging and in a cool dry place until you're ready to use them.
      • Consider cutting your soap bars in half and only putting one-half in the shower at a time.
    • Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Castor Oil, Hemp Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Peppermint Oil, Rosemary Oil



      Ingredient Details

      • Palm Oil: Certified sustainable



      As always, our products are made with clean and kind ingredients. They're free of...

      Parabens • Phthalates • Petro ingredients • SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) / SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate) • Nanoparticles • Propylene Glycol

      • Size: 125 – 155 G
      • Packaged in a recyclable paper wrapper



      What's the Difference Between Handcrafted Soap and "Commercial" Soap?

      Commercial soaps are manufactured in large factories (often located overseas) staffed with anonymous employees, using the most economical ingredients. Often, they contain harsh detergents and most have the glycerin removed.

      Our handcrafted soaps, on the other hand, are manufactured locally in small batches with the personal oversight and care of long-time soapmaker. Owner, Jamie makes use of high-quality ingredients, including specialty oils and botanical additives to personalize her formulations. The creative artistry of Jamie results in soaps that are different and unique, offering you a wide selection of soaps that are not only clean and kind on your skin but functional and beautiful as well. 

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    Tresses to Toes Cold Press Soap Bar

    $11.95 

    This product is currently sold out.

    Please fill in the form below if you'd like to be notified when it becomes available.

    This soap bar is perfect for cabin goers, backpackers, work travellers and more! Our Tresses to Toes Cold Press Soap can literally be used to cleanse everything from your body to face to hair, which makes it great for eliminating unnecessary duplicates in your cosmetic case when you’re travelling.

    Brimming with nourishing hemp oil, the Tresses to Toes Cold Press Soap won’t clog your pores and delivers a healthy dose of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids that provide needed moisture and protects the skin. We’ve added tea tree oil to this bar as well to provide some extra cleansing “oomph”; it kills acne-causing bacteria and is particularly great for those who suffer dandruff/dry scalp.

    Bar shampoo is particularly great for people with dreadlocks because it won’t leave behind a residue or buildup.

    In a Nutshell

    • Blend of peppermint, rosemary, and tea tree for a fresh scent and feel
    • Contains nourishing hemp oil
    • Treats dry scalps with care
    • Fights both facial and body acne
    • Won’t clog pores
    • GREAT for travel
    • Formulated with clean and kind ingredients
      • how to use +
      • ingredients +
      • additional info +
      • We’re pretty confident you know how to use a bar of soap, but here are a few recommendations to make the most of your cold pressed bars.

        1. Avoid hot water, as this will dry your skin out. Opt for lukewarm water instead and let the soap do the dirty work.
        2. Feel free to use a cleaning mitt or silicone face scrubber, but be gentle! They can exfoliate without adding extra pressure (which can cause irritation).
        3. The optimal amount of time to cleanse your face for is roughly 45 seconds – 1 min. If you have sensitive skin, try 30 seconds. Set a timer on your phone for the first few uses, as you may be surprised how long it actually is.



        New to Bar Shampoo? Here’s why you should use a vinegar rinse.

        A vinegar rinse helps "newbies" adjust to shampoo bars by removing any soapy build up. It usually takes 2- 4 weeks for people to adjust to using shampoo bars rather than liquid shampoo. The amount of adjustment time required is based on a number of elements; scalp health, previously used products, how much oil your scalp produces, medication, diet, hormone levels and even the type of water you have (i.e. hard water vs soft). If it takes longer than 4 weeks, just stay patient. Like your skin, there may be a healing process involved, but it will get there. 

        For the seasoned shampoo bar users, a vinegar rinse, once in a while, is a great way to give you shine, fewer tangles, and a healthier scalp. 

        Vinegar Rinse Recipe:

        • Add 1 cup vinegar to 2 cups warm water
        • Add a drop of essential oil if you like
        • Work into hair

        Don't worry, you'll smell like vinegar but ONLY until your hair dries! After it dries, no more vinegar smell! You can rinse out the vinegar rinse mix or you can leave it in! The benefits of leaving it in are that you'll have fewer tangles and helps if you have an itchy scalp!


        How to use our Tresses to Toes CP Soap on your hair:

        • Make sure you get your hair good and wet. This will help with the lather.
        • Remember a little goes a long way.
        • Focus your lather on the roots, and don't worry about the ends of your hair. Enough soap will work its way down through the ends to ensure its clean too.
        • Rinse well with luke-warm water. 

        Alternative Uses

        1. Shaving Soap – all of our cold pressed soaps make amazing alternatives to conventional shaving creams. Just lather up and apply to your legs like you would a shaving cream and get to business. The oils in our soaps make shaving a smooth success.



        How to Make Your Soap Bars Last

        Once you've tried handmade soap you’ll want every silky, skin-loving bubble to last! Thankfully, we won't stop making handmade soap anytime soon BUT there are definitely some tricks to making each bar last as long as possible.

        • Don't leave your handmade soap in the tub while you're soaking.
        • Make sure your handmade soap isn't in the water stream; keep it in a corner of the shower or tub where it won't be constantly hit by water.
        • Use a soap dish that provides appropriate drainage so your soap bar can dry properly between uses.
        • Rub your soap bar onto a washcloth & use that to get clean rather than rubbing the soap bar right onto your body.
        • Store your soap bars in their packaging and in a cool dry place until you're ready to use them.
        • Consider cutting your soap bars in half and only putting one-half in the shower at a time.
      • Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Castor Oil, Hemp Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Peppermint Oil, Rosemary Oil



        Ingredient Details

        • Palm Oil: Certified sustainable



        As always, our products are made with clean and kind ingredients. They're free of...

        Parabens • Phthalates • Petro ingredients • SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) / SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate) • Nanoparticles • Propylene Glycol

        • Size: 125 – 155 G
        • Packaged in a recyclable paper wrapper



        What's the Difference Between Handcrafted Soap and "Commercial" Soap?

        Commercial soaps are manufactured in large factories (often located overseas) staffed with anonymous employees, using the most economical ingredients. Often, they contain harsh detergents and most have the glycerin removed.

        Our handcrafted soaps, on the other hand, are manufactured locally in small batches with the personal oversight and care of long-time soapmaker. Owner, Jamie makes use of high-quality ingredients, including specialty oils and botanical additives to personalize her formulations. The creative artistry of Jamie results in soaps that are different and unique, offering you a wide selection of soaps that are not only clean and kind on your skin but functional and beautiful as well. 

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