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LFF Solid Conditioner Bar

LFF Solid Conditioner Bar

Solid Conditioner Stephenson Melt and Pour Conditioner Base. Our Solid Conditioner MB base is a unique melt-and-pour base for creating easy-to-use, sustainable in-shower hair conditioner bars. They are specially formulated using natural emulsifiers, shea butter, and coconut oil to provide hair conditioning and nourishment.



  • Glyceryl Stearate
  • Cetearyl Alcohol
  • Butyrospermum Parkii Butter
  • Polyglyceryl-4 Oleate
  • Glyceryl Oleate
  • Cocos Nucifera Oil
  • Behentrimonium Chloride
  • Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Hydrogenated Ethylhexyl Olivate
  • Hydrogenated Olive Oil Unsaponifiables


Ingredients that are plant-based are generally considered mild, including seed oils and fruit extracts. They’re less likely to disrupt the hair and scalp’s natural pH and oil balance. Still, be sure to test for allergies before using an ingredient you may be sensitive to.


Additional Info:

  • Phthalate Free
  • Paraben Free
  • SLS + SLES Free
  • Vegan and Cruelty-Free (not tested on animals)


Each bar weighs approx. 3-5oz. Please note that due to the handmade nature of this conditioner, color shades, and swirl styles may slightly vary. Each loaf and bar is unique!



External use only, avoid contact with eyes. Although essential oils are plant-derived, they can be allergenic. If you are unsure, test a small area of skin before using. If pregnant or suffering from illness, consult a doctor before use. As with all products, users should test a small amount prior to normal extended use. If irritation occurs, discontinue use immediately. ~Please read the ingredients carefully if you have allergies or sensitive skin. Keep products out of your eyes and other sensitive areas. *Although these products are made with natural ingredients, please DO NOT EAT.



The information provided is general and should not be taken as medical advice. Neither Little Fire Farm, LLC nor associated business entities guarantee the accuracy of the information. Please consult your doctor, especially if used during pregnancy, before using this product. You are also encouraged to test the product to ensure that it meets your needs, As with all products, users should test a small amount prior to normal extended use.


Natural Handmade Conditioner Bar, Melt and Pour process, Small batch Conditioner Bar and our Handcrafted Conditioner Bar are made specifically for you. Each bar is pre-order, so it can be tailored to your needs.

  • Conditioner Bars

    Wondering how to use solid shampoo bars and solid conditioner bars for the best results? They may seem a little alien at first, but there’s nothing mysterious or complicated about washing your hair with a bar. This simple guide will lead you through the process, step by step.

    Moving from liquid shampoo to solid shampoo bars, it’s normal to be slightly daunted by actually using one.

    Have you just bought your first bar? Or have you had a bad experience with using solid shampoo in the past? Perhaps you’re only considering switching from bottle to bar and want to know how it works before taking the plunge.

    How to use solid shampoo bars

    Using solid shampoo bars really isn’t very different from using liquid shampoo and it’s just as easy.

    Here are your simple steps on how to use a solid shampoo bar to get healthier, softer hair:

    • Wet both the solid shampoo bar and your hair.
    • Apply the bar directly to your wet hair (a few swipes only, it's concentrated!)
    • Put your bar down and massage the shampoo into your scalp until it forms a gentle lather. The shampoo will become foamy but might not froth quite as much as a liquid shampoo or bar that contains sulphates. Concentrate on working the lather into the roots of your hair.
    • If you feel like you need more lather, add more water - the shampoo bar is water activated.
    • Rinse your hair thoroughly before using your favorite Little Fire Farm solid conditioner bar (if required)

    How to use solid conditioner bars

    Once you’ve successfully used your Little Fire Farm solid shampoo bar, it’s time to pick up your solid conditioner bar...

    • Use your conditioner bar to stroke your wet hair from the ears down, paying particular attention to the ends.
    • Put your bar down and massage the conditioner through your hair.
    • If your hair is very dry or prone to frizz, leave the conditioner to soak in for a few minutes.
    • If your hair is prone to tangles, we suggest using a wide-tooth comb to distribute the conditioner through to the ends.
    • Rinse your hair thoroughly.
    • Enjoy your healthier hair that looks and feels softer and shinier.

    Solid shampoo and conditioner bars for healthier hair

    • Now that you know how simple it is to use solid shampoo bars and solid conditioner bars, it’s time to get your own.
    • Little Fire Farm bars are full of powerful and natural plant-based ingredients. They’re gentle on your hair and they promote its health.


    Top tips for thick or long hair

    You might be wondering, can I use a shampoo bar if I have thick or long hair? The answer is yes, but you might have to follow these simple tips to make it easier to distribute through your hair.

    • Make sure your hair is really wet. The bar needs water to activate the ingredients and when you have more hair, that requires a bit more effort
    • Section your hair and rub the bar into each bit the hair close to your scalp, particularly the parts that tend to be oiliest (like the back of the head)
    • Massage through, working into the roots to create a lather
    • You may need to wash twice if your hair tends to be oily
    • When rinsing, you may also need to section your hair to get the water through it all
    • For conditioning, sectioning will make it easier to apply and you can leave the conditioner on your ends for a while if they are dry


    Issues with using a solid shampoo bar

    Have you tried using a solid shampoo bar in the past, only to find that your hair was left feeling dull, dry, or sticky? Sometimes people say to us "I don't get along with shampoo bars" ... but after a conversation, we usually find out the bar they've tried was actually soap and not shampoo at all! On the subject of soap masquerading as shampoo bars, here is a blog,  we have found which explains why they might look similar but in fact, are very different. Soap is alkaline, and your scalp and hair are slightly acidic. The mismatch of pH causes irritation and strips your natural oils, and it's worse in hard water.

    Don’t rule out shampoo bars altogether. It may well have been because of the bar’s pH or even silicones in products you've used before.


    Because Little Fire Farm solid shampoo bars and conditioner bars are soap-free and pH balanced, they’ll leave your hair soft, strong, and nourished, no vinegar rinse required.


    It could also be that you have simply used too much.

    Our bars are really concentrated, with no filler ingredients and so a few (3 - 5) swipes on your wet hair depending on the length and thickness of your hair, should be enough. You are better to do two washes with less product than using too much which will make it harder to rinse out.

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