Honey Pie Natural Shampoo Bar
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Founded in 2000 by Bay Woodyard (a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design) and Gavin North (a gardener and foodie), the company creates natural  products for the home such as soaps, lotions, candles, and teas. Welcoming me at The Gladstone were their bars of their Lavender Soap as well as a bar of Beeswax Moisturizer bar and Bay Conditioning Shampoo.

Honey Pie's Bay Conditioning Shampoo. "Just rub on wet hair."

Honey Pie's Bay Conditioning Shampoo. "Just rub on wet hair."

Honey Pie's Lavender Soap.

Honey Pie's Lavender Soap.

Made of natural oils (coconut, olive, palm, etc) as well as beeswax, lye, herbs, and oils, the shampoo bars are strange, to say the least, at first. I was a bit skeptical of a solid bar of shampoo but follow the directions ("just rub the bar onto wet hair") and voila, lather!

Bars cost $6 each, $6 for a bundle of mini bars, or $11 for a gift box of two bars. Woodyard will even create custom wrappers with corporate or personalize logos (read: wedding favors!).

Bars cost $6 each, $6 for a bundle of mini bars, or $11 for a gift box of two bars. Woodyard will even create custom wrappers with corporate or personalize logos (read: wedding favors!).

Besides being naturally and locally made (Woodyard and North produce the soaps in Prince Edward County in southeastern Ontario), the soaps have the major benefit of not being liquids, which sold me on them. The just-add-water design means they're perfect for the airplane traveler.

For a full list of products, visit honeypie.ca.

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