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How To Use A Viori Shampoo Bar

We get it. If you’ve spent your whole life using bottled shampoo, switching to a shampoo bar feels like a huge leap. It’s just weird, right? Not as much as you might think. In fact, we’d say it’s a pretty great experience. 

How To Use A Viori Conditioner Bar

Still, after a lifetime of using bottled conditioners, we know making a change can feel daunting. That's why we created a video to help you, and we're going to take you through the process step by step.

 

How to Use Viori's Bamboo Shampoo Bar Holders

Each holder is handcrafted by local villagers in southern China. They're also eco-friendly, biodegradable, and 100% sustainable, so you can feel good about using them. Like our shampoo bars, our bar holders are pretty user friendly. Let's take a look at how to use and maintain them. 

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Viori Support Team
Sep 22, 2021

Great question, Liza! When rinsing your hair, a comfortable temperature between hot and lukewarm is ideal because the warm water will help open the cuticles of the hair so that the shampoo can penetrate deeper and remove dirt and oil from the hair. The open cuticles will also be able to absorb the oil and moisturizing effects of the conditioner better. As your scalp’s oil production slows down, you may cool down the temperature. Too hot can damage hair or scalp and too cool won’t break up excess oils. So find a place between warm and hot that is comfortable for your scalp to get the maximum benefits. Let us know if you have any other questions. 😊

Liza
Sep 22, 2021

Why do you advice to wash hair with hot water?

Viori Support Team
Aug 30, 2021

Hi Jeanine! Thank you for your comment! For those with oily scalps, we do recommend to only apply the conditioner at the ends. We apologize for the confusion!

Jeannine M Ruskin
Aug 30, 2021

I just watched the application video for the conditioner, and was surprised to see that you actually recommend applying the conditioner to the scalp as well as the ends?? Is this the same advice you give for all hair types, including those prone to oily scalp?

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