Soapbox Soaps: Bamboo Shampoo and Conditioner Giveaway

Our Top 5 Favorite Uses for Bamboo and a Bamboo Shampoo + Conditioner Giveaway

Bamboo is one of the quickest and most renewable resources on the planet. The stalk and leaves of the bamboo plant can do everything from maintain blood and sugar levels, strengthen hair and nails and make fashionable furniture.

Recently SoapBox Soaps had a packaging redesign, so I thought it would be a great opportunity to see what bamboo can do.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of SoapBox Soaps. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way influences the review to follow.

Bamboo is one of the fastest growing resources that starts as a woody grass that grows in tropical regions and becomes a resource that grows at an immensely quick pace. Bamboo matures in 5-7 years, where a timber can take 40 years to mature. The uses for bamboo wide-ranging including –

Bamboo Beer – Yes, there is such as a bamboo beer. This brew has anti-fatigue and anti-cancer properties.

Furniture – Bamboo is lightweight, strong and durable. and being temperature resistant means that the furniture you make will look nice and will not shrink or expand in heat.

Food – Everybody knows that pandas love bamboo but it is also good for humans.The anti-oxidant properties of the skin of the bamboo can help prevent bacterial growth.

Utensils – These durable, water, odor and stain resistant forks and knives are also biodegradable.

Personal Care Products – One of my favorite bamboo items is the Soapbox Bamboo Shampoo and Soapbox Bamboo Conditioner. The company’s wide range of soaps,Ā  is Non-GMO, Vegan, Certified B Corp, EDTA Free, gluten-free, sulfate free, paraben free, and petrochemical free. In addition they use 100% recyclable materials that are made in the USA.

This is an great shampoo and conditioner combo that is renewable and ecological! Each time I use SoapBox Products they are exactly what I love about soap – easy to use, smells good and makes a big global impact.



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GIVEAWAY: SoapBox Soaps is giving one bamboo hair care duo to one (1) reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) 16 oz bottle of Bamboo Shampoo and (1) 16 oz Bamboo Conditioner. This is a $13.98 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on October 2nd (10/2/2017) to receive this bamboo hair care duo! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by SoapBox Soaps. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a Bamboo Shampoo and Conditioner Set!






82 thoughts on “Soapbox Soaps: Bamboo Shampoo and Conditioner Giveaway

  1. Darcy L Koch

    I use only a small amount-just enough to feel no tangles. I then rinse it out right after.

  2. Sandy Klocinski

    I leave it there while I shave, wash my face, wash my body, maybe exfoliate if Iā€™m feeling fancy that day šŸ˜‰ Then, I wash it out with cold water. I leave my conditioner in my hair for 5ā€“10 minutes.

  3. John Smith

    “Do you allow your conditioner to sit or do you rinse right away?” I both sit and rinse. It’s a complicated affair involving active application of conditioner, followed by rinsing.

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  5. karley moore

    I rinse right away. My hair is very fine so I can’t leave a lot of product in it or it’s flat. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  6. Jen D

    I almost always leave my conditioner in for the length of time it takes to shower my body, shave, etc.

  7. Jennifer

    After shampooing I always let the conditioner sit for the duration of the shower and then rinse out before body wash.

  8. Cyndie Walls

    Great review! I would love to try this shampoo and conditioner! Sounds like an amazing natural product! Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome giveaway!šŸ’œšŸ’™

  9. Kathy Davis

    I am a rinse right away girl. If I leave the conditioner on too long my hair seems to go limp.

  10. Gina

    My hair is so damaged from dying it for 35 years, I let it sit for as long as humanly possible!!

  11. Alicia

    Bamboo is the new “Thing” I am seeing so many bamboo products lately. I would love to try this. I usually leave conditioner in for 5 or so min. Thanks so much for a great giveaway!

  12. Allison Swain

    I usually let my conditioner sit a few minutes before I rinse it out. Thank you for the chance to win!

  13. Ellen Beck

    I usually let mine sit a a few minutes (maybe 5 ) before rinsing it out. Some of it depends on how dry the weather is and mt hair.

  14. Lisa Pecora

    I let it sit like 15 seconds then rinse out. I do a deep conditioner once a week though which I let sit 5 minutes before rinsing out.

  15. Liz M

    I like to leave my conditioner sit in while I brush my teeth, it usually comes out to about 3 minutes of sit time!


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