Ahoy there! Make your hair a shining example of gloss and substance with this volumising sea salt and sarcocornia powder shampoo bar. Thicken up fine hair with sea salt for texture, sourced from salt pans that provide important stopover sites for wading birds as well as places where wading birds can feed, rest and breed. Lemon oil cleanses the scalp and adds shine, while chamomile soothes. Topped with a breezy summer fragrance for hair that smells windswept and gorgeous. Hello sailor!
About 4 months ago
This is an outstanding product. My hair is fine, flyaway, goes frizzy in damp weather with this product my hair is shiny and smooth and just hangs down like lovely thick hair. I’ve used all the other brands shampoos and conditioners for fine hair and there is no comparison. I’ll never go back to any other brand of shampoo.
- Sodium Coco Sulfate
- Hand Harvested Coarse Sea Salt
- Fresh Sea Water
- Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter
- Sarcocornia Powder
- Sicilian Lemon Oil
- Roman Chamomile Oil
- Benzoin Resinoid
- Water (Aqua)
- Butylphenyl Methylpropional
- Colour 42053
- Colour 59040
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About 3 months ago
Having been faithful to Seanik and it's hair fattening properties. I did find it would build up on my scalp.
I decided to try these 2nd generation pucks to see if the SLS-FREE ingredients had any effect.
Flyaway seemed the best choice for my bleached, fine, coarse hair with a slight wave.
My scalp feels amazing, something I'd only ever gotten from periodically using Superbalm scalp treatment.
There's only one 'con' though. The green pigment that comes off this with use can slightly stain the hair. I think the colour of the puck needs tweaking.
About 1 month ago
I have tried many different bars, and this one has come out on top! I love how shiny and soft my hair is after using it, and the sea salt helps to define my waves. Although it’s SLS free, it still lathers up perfectly.
The only advice I have is that if you have fine and knot prone hair like me, be gentle when drying your hair.
2 weeks ago
About 2 weeks ago
My first experience of solid shampoo bars was the Seanik. My hair is very very fine, straight and flat and I found Seanik really good. When I went to purchase my 2nd bar the assistant pointed out Flyaway. I asked if this was for flyaway hair and he explained that it was so named because your hair flies away with volume. I thought if this is better thank Seanik then sign me up. Unfortunately, for my hair at least this was not the case.Read More
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