Review: One Bath and Body Hair Biscuit Solid Shampoo

I travel often, but I've rarely been able to travel without a check-on. Whether it's bulky holiday gifts, a giant blow dryer, or simply too many toiletries, I rarely seem to pack light enough to escape the baggage claim. However, that may soon change. Toiletries such as shampoo can be found in fantastic solids, such as ONE Hair Biscuit Solid Shampoo.


Pros:
  • Great for travel, especially for longer trips
  • A little goes a long way
  • Mild, pleasant fragrance
  • Easy to use
  • Lathers well
  • Left hair soft and clean
  • Entire package is recyclable
  • Available at many Target stores
Cons:
  • Could have gentler ingredients
Summary:
ONE solid shampoos are great when traveling. They offer great performance and are perfect you want something compact but long-lasting. I love how the entire package is recyclable, leaving little waste after consumption. However, I'd love for the product to be made even safer, removing the controversial sodium laryl sulfate and propylene glycol. However, solid shampoos such as this one are a fun way to clean your hair in a small, more sustainable package.

Also available via Amazon.com.

Product Ratings (out of 5)

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Note to vegans: This product contains D&C Red #33 (CI 17200), which may be derived from animals.
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