Color Safe Shampoo Bar
Dip's shampoo was formulated by runners for runners: gentle enough to use every day, but also great for infrequent showers too :)
Keratin Safe ✔️ Color & Vivid Safe ✔️ Sulfate Free ✔️ Paraben Free ✔️ Silicone Free ✔️ USA Made ✔️ Plant Based & Vegan ✔️ No Pink Tax ✔️ TSA Friendly ✔️ Phthalate Free ✔️ Cruelty Free ✔️ Dye & Mica Free ✔️ pH Balanced for Hair ✔️ Lathers like crazy ✔️ Gluten Free ✔️
Conditioner Bar & After Swim Detangler
The Dip Conditioner bar doubles as a post surf or swim hair detangler & leave-in conditioner. Perfect for surfers, divers, & swimmers.
Just one 3 oz bar can save you well over $200 in your luxe conditioner habit (and in many cases even more!)
Keratin Safe ✔️ Color Safe ✔️ Sulfate Free ✔️ Paraben Free ✔️ Silicone Free ✔️ USA Made ✔️ Plant Based & Vegan ✔️ No Pink Tax ✔️ TSA Friendly ✔️ Phthalate Free ✔️ Cruelty Free ✔️ Dye & Mica Free ✔️ pH Balanced for Hair ✔️ Instant Results ✔️ Leave-in ✔️ Heat Protectant included ✔️ Air dry & Go ✔️ Gluten Free ✔️
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For All Hair Types, Textures, Dramas and Backstories
We take hair just as seriously as we take the environment. We tested our bars on everyone from sun-bleached blondes to silvery white hair to type 4b curls to unruly beards
The historic fundamentals of the beauty industry—filling formulas with ingredients natural and not, encasing them in alluring packaging, shipping products to consumers and retailers around the nation or globe, and attempting to do more and more of all three—aren’t designed to minimize impacts on the earth. Kate Assaraf knows that—and she’s willing to break with the usual ways of doing business in the beauty industry to bring her plastic-free haircare brand, Dip, closer to sustainable ideals she believes beauty brands should strive to achieve.
This is not only my favorite shampoo bar, but my favorite shampoo — period....I noticed how much better my hair felt and looked after using this shampoo bar and the corresponding plastic-free conditioner.So soft and SO much less frizzy, even when I let it air dry. Don't be deterred by the price. My partner and I are three months into our first bar and there is still PLENTY of life left, so do yourself a favor and try it yourself!
...she designed the products for all hair types. That enabled them to create hair care that wouldn't require one family to purchase and store multiple hair products in their shower. It helped them to ensure that sustainability should be and must be for everyone.
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Got vivid hair color?! Here are some tips & tricks to keep your vivid hair color beautiful with the Dip Shampoo & Conditioner Bars
Let's dive into the best practices for taking care of vivid hair color at home. Not all of us can make it to the salon for frequent touchups so the best we can hope for is to use products that help keep the color in as long as possible. That's where we shine. Our founder, Kate, even made her hair vivid pink during testing & development to make sure these bars were the real deal. So here are her tips to help maintain color vibrancy while using dip shampoo bars and the dip conditioner bar as a hair mask: 1. Firstly, it's crucial to maintain the hair color by washing it less often. As we know, frequent washing fades the color more quickly. So, try to stretch out your washes as long as possible, and when you do wash your hair, use lukewarm or cool water instead of hot. You can use dip shampoo bars that are specifically formulated for colored hair, as they are sulfate-free and gentle on your hair, helping to keep your color looking bold and beautiful.
Fahrenheit 450: Why your heat-styling tools should never exceed 450 degrees
We all know that Fahrenheit 451 tells the story of Guy Montag and his transformation from a book-burning fireman to a book-reading rebel. But we're here to chat about Dip's imaginary prequel: Fahrenheit 450 --a made up story also about heat, and how to still be a rebel & unbottle your routine :) You know what they say, if you can't stand the heat, get out of the styling chair. Honestly, that is the worst advice ever because high heat from your styling tools can do some serious damage to your hair, leaving it dry, brittle, and lifeless. That's right, folks. If you're not careful, you could end up with a head full of frizzled (or is it frazzled?) hair.
What Do Sharks and Olives Have in Common?
There is Squalene and then there is Squalane. There’s a difference. Squalene is maybe the cosmetic industry’s most controversial ingredient at the moment and that’s because it’s possibly one of the deadly as well. Squalene is an oil that comes from the liver of a shark. There are roughly 2.7 million sharks killed per year solely for this ingredient and it’s contributing to the endangerment of an entire species.