Dolores + Rose (The Eco-Ethical Shampoo + Conditioner Bar Brand) Has Launched A Mini Version Of Their Best-Selling Range.

The eco-ethical shampoo and conditioner bar company, Dolores + Rose, – has just launched a mini version of their best-selling range.

Finalists in the Pure Beauty Global Awards 2021, Dolores & Rose’s bars are handmade in Yorkshire by a team of artisans, alongside Founders, Caroline Foley, and Jane Wilkinson. 

The products are packaged in FSC-certified, plastic-free, recyclable, and biodegradable packaging. Their Ingredients are natural, and are derived from plants and fruits. They do not contain any parabens, or SLS/SLSE, and they’re pH-balanced for hair, soap free, and sulphate-free.

One 50g shampoo or conditioner bar lasts the equivalent of two 250ml bottles. It’s kind to the hair, and it’s kind to the planet: zero plastic, and zero waste. As well as their eco-ethical credentials, Dolores & Rose’s products also provides outstanding salon-quality performance, and promises healthy looking hair, with volume and shine.

Dolores & Rose comes in four variations: Moisture Hit for dry hair and curls, Purify High for oily hair, Colour Lock for treated hair, and Soothe and Shine for all hair types. 

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One of Dolores & Rose’s Co-Founders, Caroline Foley, said: “we were determined to create a range of shampoo and conditioning bars that were hand-made, vegan, ethical, cruelty-free and sustainable, that didn’t compromise on great cleansing, conditioning performance, or luxury. Jane’s extensive hairdressing experience and knowledge is vital in this: she understands exactly what is expected from a great shampoo and conditioner.”

Dolores and Rose was established by Jane Wilkinson and Caroline Foley in 2019. After building a successful hair salon business over 20 years, Jane decided that she was ready for a new challenge linked to her fundamental passion: hair-care. She opened her first salon, Robert Michael in Fulford, York in the early 1990’s, followed by a second salon in Selby, and a third in York City centre, employing over 25 members of staff.

Caroline comes with 20+ years’ experience of delivering large programmes in global corporations. In 2017, she decided that she needed a change, so she moved back to her home county, Yorkshire, and she left the corporate world to follow her dream of starting her own business.

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