The Grandpa’s Soap Company, one of the oldest continuously operating soap-makers in America, is introducing a new line of naturally-made haircare products. Formulated with proven, functional ingredients, Grandpa’s shampoos and conditioners round out a product line that is able to solve any skin and hair problem, the natural way.
The Grandpa’s Soap Company Hair Care Collection
Grandpa’s Soap Company Hair Care Collection includes Pine Tar scalp-therapy shampoo and conditioner, which teams pine tar with the natural properties of tea tree oil to combat dry, itchy scalp. Three additional shampoo and conditioner duos are being introduced to provide specific benefits: smoothing and nourishing Buttermilk for dry and damaged color-treated hair, purifying and rejuvenating Rosemary and Rose Clay to restore healthy hair shine, and clarifying and calming organic Witch Hazel to remove environmental build-up and oil residue.
“As a mom, I understand how difficult it can be to keep a home free of unnecessarily toxic cleansers.” says Katherine Jarnigo, co-CEO of The Grandpa Soap Company. “We are excited to reveal our new line of shampoos and conditioners to families who are seeking responsibly-made and naturally-formulated personal care products.”
All of The Grandpa Soap Company’s products are free of the harsh chemicals commonly found in bath products, including sulfates, parabens, phthalates, silicones, petroleum, and artificial fragrances and colors. They are gentle enough for daily use and safe for color-treated hair.
The company’s commitments to cruelty-free and environmentally sustainable practices are backed by third-party certifications, including Leaping Bunny and the National Celiac Association, for certified Gluten-Free. The packaging for Grandpa’s haircare products, including the 8-ounce tube and cap, are fully-recyclable and all components are made in the same facility, to reduce the company’s carbon footprint.
As we patiently wait to soak in the golden haze of summer, we also must transition our hair routine from spring to summer to beat the heat. The Buttermilk Shampoo and Conditioner will help revitalize and strengthen locks as well as help deter them from weathered by sun, sea, and salt.
There are only a select few hair care products that I use on my hair, especially when it comes to shampoo. Many of the shampoos that I’ve used in the past simply don’t work for my hair, mostly due to the fact that they have the tendency of overly drying out my hair that’s already prone to dryness. This makes it susceptible to tangles, frizziness, and breakage – the whole nine yards. This is why I was pleasantly surprised how beautiful and soft my hair felt the first time I used the Buttermilk Shampoo and this was even before using the conditioner. Meanwhile, the Buttermilk Conditioner deeply nourishes my hair and gives it the luster that it needs. It doesn’t mention anything about vanilla being an ingredient, but it has a light, delightful vanilla scent that I love!
Since my hair is prone to dryness, I find that using the Witch Hazel Shampoo and Conditioner every other week works the best for me. I also find that using a very small amount of the shampoo is as just as effective at gently removing hair product build-up.
The Grandpa Soap Company’s rich heritage started at the stove of Jess Hoffman’s farm in 1878, and extends through several generations of family operation and ownership. Over the years, a few things have changed, but the Kentucky-based company’s original dedication remains – to simple, effective products for head-to-toe cleanliness. Today, the company remains family-owned and women-operated. Katherine Oliver Jarnigo and Molly Oliver Vollmer are sisters, moms, and co-CEOs. The Oliver family and its employees stand behind the quality of its products and value of its traditions.
Grandpa’s haircare products are available nationally in supermarkets and independent, natural grocery chains. They can also be purchased online at Amazon.com, LuckyVitamin.com, and iHerb.com. For additional information or to find a local retailer, please visit Grandpasoap.com.