Rose & Rosemary Shampoo Bar

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What is inside

Made with Indigenous organic ingredients from the Amazon rainforest & U.S farmers that are cruelty-free, and eco-friendly with 100% recycled packaging.

Ingredients: Coconut oil, Rose Hip Oil, Avocado Oil, Pink Clay, Glycerin, Sorbitan oleate (plant emulsifier) sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent), Propylene Glycol (made from vegetable glycerine), oat protein, Rosemary Essential Oil and Fragrance.


  • Boosts Hair Growth 
  • Increases Hair Elasticity 
  • Tackles excess shedding
  • Gently removes scalp build-up
  • Wonderful for straight/wavy hair


  • Rosemary is known for its ability to quickly grow hair back while also smelling beautiful.
  • Avocado Oil has been a staple in Indigenous beauty due to its extremely moisturizing scalp/hair benefits.
  • Rose is amazing for aromatherapy and promotes hair growth.
  • Coconut Oil helps strengthen the hair shaft and goes into the hair follicle in ways no other oil can. 
  • Rose Hip Oil with fatty acid that is wonderful for hair strengthening & hair follicles. 
  • Pink Clay helps remove the dead skin cells and scalp buildup.

How to use

Either lather the shampoo on your hand and apply foam to the scalp or massage the bar onto the scalp.

Since we use all-natural ingredients and not dyes the color may slightly vary.

Can take 4+ weeks to see results.

Allergy Information 

This product is manufactured in a facility that process soy, wheat, milk, peanuts, pecans, almonds, cashews, walnuts and macadamia nuts. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews

This shampoo is wonderful.

Gris Gallardo

Amazing product


This was the first Brewhas product I tried and it is absolutely fantastic and wonderful. I love the lather and it smells amazing.

Wanted to love it, but maybe it's just not for me

I'd like to preface saying that I dont dislike this product, I just dont think its for me. I've had a difficult time lathering this bar, even with a double shampoo it takes a bit of elbow grease to really work a lather. I think the glycerin base is giving it a slightly tight, draggy feeling as when it runs onto my skin when rinsing it feels tight and doesnt feel like the average shampoo after washing out of your hair (I've used many bars before, but it almost feels like it leaves a residue which I don't know how to feel about) Very heavy rose scent, which isn't a bad thing but is worth noting if you expected the rosemary to come through more. Haven't used long enough to see any difference in hair growth, so I have no comment there. I have fine curly hair, but also have hard water at home and maybe this combo just doesn't work the best. I've been using it in combo with the conditioner and I still get decent volume and curls without diffusing, but they're a bit stringy-er than they have been in the past. Would be nice if they offered a sampler pack of the shampoo bars about a 4th of the size of the normal bars to test out! I'm interested to try others in the future when I'm finished with this one - I still really like this company.

Hello Kimberly please email we’d like to send you a different shampoo hopefully this one works better for your hair type and that’s a wonderful idea for the sample set we might get on that. We’ve never thought of it before, I appreciate your feedback

Beautifully crafted

Gifted the soap to my mom for Mother’s Day and she can stop raving on about how well and healthy her hair has been. She took a picture of it cause she loved the presentation of it.

Why Las Brewhas?

Hello! We’re Las Brewhas - a Latina family-run business.


Las Brewhas was created by Gabby, who has struggled with cystic acne for 10+ years, deciding to combine her education as an esthetician and a pastry chef with her passion for sustainability and connecting to our Indigenous South American & African roots.


We are plastic-free and all of our products are packaged in recycled materials. Even our stickers are printed with plant-based ink and algae glue! It is incredibly important to us to be as sustainable as possible starting from how our Indigenous tribes harvest the ingredients from the Amazon Rain Forest and Ghana to how we package all of our products.