Duke Cannon Shampoo Puck - Field Mint

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In the history of lather, there has never been a more important moment than right now. Duke Cannon, the Undisputed King of Lather is ushering in a new age of lather with the launch of our Shampoo Puck, a super-concentrated, premium formulated, solid bar of shampoo that smells better and lathers bigger than the rest.

Weighing in at 4.5 oz., they're built to outlast multiple bottles of that liquid stuff without leaving any plastic residue behind. Packed full of essential oils, naturally derived fragrances, and big, bold lather.

Follow it up with Duke Cannon's Power Clean Mint Conditioner and finish the job.

How It Works:

Get it a little wet
Use the hands to work up a ridiculous lather
Indulge in said lather while you clean and condition your locks
Storage: Store the puck out in the open; let it dry out after each use. Do not store inside the metal container. Example: Set in on top of the tin, or on a soap dish that drains.


PRODUCT SPECS:
Naturally derived fragrance: eucalyptus peppermint
Tea tree oil to stimulate scalp
Outworks 5 bottles of liquid stuff while delivering over 175 washes
Argan oil conditions hair
Oat kernel protein for strength
Sulfate-free
Size: 4.5 oz.

 

INGREDIENTS: SODIUM COCYL ISETHIONATE, STEARIC ACID, COCONUT FATTY ACID, SODIUM ISETHIONATE, WATER (AQUA), COCO GLUCOSIDE, SODIUM METHYL/DISODIUM (2-SULFOLAURATE), CLARISILK, CETEARYL ALCOHOL & CETEARETH-20, BENZYL ALCOHOL & DEHYDROACETIC ACID, TEA TREE LEAF OIL, SUCROSE COCOATE, SODIUM ISOTEAROYL LACTYLATE, MENTHOL, LACTIC ACID PROTEINUM, ARGAN KERNEL OIL, OAT KERNEL PROTEIN, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM).

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