You Can Get Bindi Irwin Solid Shampoo & Conditioner Bars That Are Environmentally Friendly

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I love the whole Irwin family. You know, the Steve Irwin family, who loves animals, owns a zoo, and lives in australia. Yeah, THAT Irwin family. Those kids are amazeballs!

Via bindisueirwin on Instagram

Things are going GREAT right now for Bindi Irwin. She just got married, and now she has collaborated with Ethique to bring us an environmentally safe, sustainable solid shampoo and conditioner.

Ethique makes these soap and conditioner bars that are plastic free, soap free, vegan, plant based, 100% compostable, and zero waste.

Bindi’s limited edition bars are a lavender and eucalyptus scent, and they are called the Wombar and the Kookabara.

Of course, coming from Bindi, you can BET they are going to be a better option for the environment than shampoo and conditioner that comes in plastic bottles.

Ethique is the world’s first zero waste and most sustainable lifestyle beauty brand. We use biodegradable ingredients and compostable packaging so all our solid bars leave no trace (except the luscious skin and hair it leaves behind, of course!). Our products are super concentrated so by switching to beauty bars, you’re saving plastic bottles going to landfill.


We’re on a mission to rid the world of plastic waste while offering our customers 100% sustainable, ethically sourced products, made from natural and effective ingredients. Better for you. Better for the planet.


A dollar (AUD) from each of the Wombars or Kookabaras sold, goes to The Irwin’s Wildlife Warriors foundation. I’m willing to try this shampoo and conditioner to help donate to the cause!


Now, Ethique DOES have other scented bars — a lot of them, actually — but it is only the Wombar and Kookabara bars that help The Irwin’s Wildlife Warriors foundation.

You can find the Wambar shampoo or the Kookabara conditioner bar right on the Amazon website.

They are about $17 bucks a piece, and TOTALLY worth it, to help protect the environment!

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