These little guys have been gaining popularity because they have way less plastic packaging than your fave liquid shampoo because, you know, they're bars. Bonus, they're also TSA friendly. (That also means you won't have to use those tiny shampoo bottles they put in your hotel room.)
A word of caution to this tale: If you're switching from a shampoo that gets super sudsy—i.e. probably contains SLS—bar shampoos may take some getting used to, because they don't lather as much. That means your hair probably isn't going to feel as "squeaky-clean" as it would after sudsing with a traditional shampoo. Also, most directions involve rubbing the bar directly on you head which, not gonna lie, sounds like it may be strange at first. Just like with any beauty product, not all shampoo bars are created equal. We scoured the internet to find the best shampoo bars on the market. Of course, one of those viral Lush bars made the list (and reviewers say that these bars last seemingly forever.) Behold, the fruits of our labor.
These are the best shampoo bars, according to the internet
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