Discover the wonderful benefits of solid cosmetics and go zero waste all the way for your hair, teeth, armpits and ears !
1 x Pine Scotch Solid Shampoo - Vegan and Sulphate Free
Whether they're made with or without essential oil, all our solid shampoos are natural, cruelty-free and zero waste! The boxes are printed with vegetable inks, so they're safe to compost. We have shampoos for dry, normal or oily hair, with irresistible and original scents, to make showering even more enjoyable!
Simply rub your solid shampoo on wet hair to work it into a creamy lather. Then massage through your hair and rinse off – just as you would with a liquid shampoo!
1 x Solid Palmarosa Deodorant
Our deodorant is made mainly of palmarosa essential oil and sodium bicarbonate. These two ingredients are known to be among the most naturally effective on body odour. They "eat away" the bacteria present in sweat – and which cause BO – rather than simply covering up the smell. This makes our deodorant not only natural, but also very effective. What more could you ask for?
It's easy to use, too: simply wet the deodorant then rub gently on your underarms to leave a very fine layer of cream. You're ready to take on the day!
1 x Oriculi
At Lamazuna, our aim is to reduce waste in the bathroom, while helping you to save money too. So why not try our Oriculi? This clever little instrument originates from Japan and China, where it's used by everyone!
The Oriculi not only offers an eco- friendly, money-saving way to clean
your ears; it's also good for your health! Unlike cotton buds (also known as Q-tips and cotton swabs), the Oriculi helps to prevent clogged ears.
The little ball at the end comes in various shades, so each member of the family can have their own Oriculi colour!
1 x Solid Toothpaste
100% of the ingredients in our toothpastes are naturally derived wether they are of plant or mineral origin, they come from Nature.
Just like all our other products, our solid toothpastes are vegan, made with 100% naturally derived ingredients, and zero waste. They're solid, so they don't contain water – and bacteria need water to grow... So, you don't have to worry about hygiene! You can keep your solid toothpaste on a soap dish, in your toothbrush holder, in a liqueur glass, or even slip it back into its box.
Once you've finished your toothpaste, add the stick to your compost, so there's no waste whatsoever!
The cardboard box is also biodegradable (and therefore compostable!), printed with vegetable inks and coated with a non-toxic finish. The wooden sticks are engraved in the south of France.