I do have an ingredients list. I was actually hoping someone might be able to help me incorporate the ingredients from my favorite brand. Here they are! Ingredients: Saponified Coconut Oil*, Hawaiian Sea Salt; Saponified Castor Bean Oil*, Olive Oil, Almond Oil*, Grape Seed Oil*, Raw Cocoa Butter*, Avocado Oil*, and African Shea Butter*; Grapefruit Seed Extract; Hemp Seed Oil*; Neem Seed Oil*; Peppermint Essential Oil*; Rosemary Essential Oil*; Natural Mineral Color* One book I have states that all shampoo bars must contain Caster Oil. I don't agree with that 100%. I have made a very nice, nondrying shampoo bar with just Olive, Coconut, and Cocoa Butter. My shampoo bars are high in Olive oil to make a good cleaning soap, but it does not condition dry or oily hair. It kinda just gets every hair type clean and manageable. The first 2 oils are what is mixed with the lye solution, because they are listed as "Saponified" - the rest go in after the soap is made, so it is super fatted with the other oils. The peppermint is to control dandruff, the rosemary oil is for growth of the hair, Avocado oil adds nutrients for hair growth and helps with limp lusterless hair, Oilve Oil seals and soften the hair, Almond Oil does the same thing as Olive Oil, Cocoa Butter is the same as Shea Butter. The Shea Butter seals the hair shaft, but the other 4 oils I have not experience with.