Soap & shampoo
Sustainable bodycare is also possible with GREENALITY products. In our online shop, we have put together a nice selection of natural cosmetics for you. Have a look at our page for organic soasp & shampoos and discover organic and fair trade cosmetics for your bodycare from head to toe. We have sustainable organic soaps and shampoos from the brands Lamazuna and Hydrophil in our GREENALITY online shop.
Vegan and Organic Shampoos by Lamazuna
Lamazuna offers vegan, solid shampoo. Depending on what your hair and scalp needs, you can choose the shampoo for normal, dry or oily hair. All of them contain natural ingredients. Lamazuna also has a solid deodorant in its range, which is BPA free. In the vegan deodorant there are only biological substances, such as sunflower wax or coconut nucifera oil. Both come from natural cultivation. Another great thing: Lamazuna donates 2% of its turnover to a forestry project in Peru and makes the world a little bit greener.
Hydrophil: The Soap for all Cases
From the brand Hydrophil, we have a biodegradable soap in our online shop. It is a great natural soap made from olive oil, shea butter, coconut- and sunfloweroil without palm oil, tensides or parabens. So only the best ingredients are used in this soap. Furthermore it is handmade. You can not only use it for hand washing, but the soap is great for your skin and hair, too. This makes it a universal soap, perfect for the next camping trip or backpacker holiday.
These eco-soaps and shampoos are traded completely under fair conditions, just like all the products you can buy at GREENALITY. We pack your new products plastic-free as usual and mostly in recycled shipping cartons. Furthermore, we invest a lot in our donation project "A lesson for fashion". For every sold product, no matter what it is, money for the costs of one lesson at a school in Bangladesh is donated. With our donation project, we want to teach the fashion industry a lesson and at the same time draw attention to the less developed school system and the conditions in the textile factories in Bangladesh.