CLAIM TO FAME: A dry shampoo that refreshes dirty, greasy hair instantly
FAST FACTS: Purifies strands as it absorbs excess oils; adds volume and body to fine, limp styles; revitalizes with sage, tea tree, and peppermint; helps extend the life of a salon blowout and freshly coiffed manes; leaves locks looking and smelling fresh
PERFECT FOR: A quick fix in between washes, after workouts, and on non-shampoo days
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Hair Heroes Super Fresh Dry Shampoo
NET WEIGHT: 0.08kg/60ml
INGREDIENTS: Tapioca starch, Aluminum starch Octenylsuccinate, Dimethicone/ Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer (and) Silica, Hydroxyethyl Urea, Sodium Bicarbonate, Fragrance, Menthol Crystals, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) oil, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea tree) leaf oil, Salvia Sclarea (Clary) oil
Warning: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue use if signs of irritation occur.
Tilt bottle and lightly shake near the roots to release the product. Massage a little onto scalp, working through hair. Then shake hair or brush out. Blends in completely, even on dark hair, to give texture and a soft, matte finish. Leaves a fresh fragrance too!
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Let's go straight out the gate and say that P600 for a tiny bottle of dry shampoo is muy expensivo. Granted you actually only use so much of this on your hair, though that might also be because it's a little hard to dispense, honestly. The instructions say to tilt and gently shake and I'm not sure how anyone gets any product doing that since I've always had to tap this against my palm a few times to get the dry shampoo out. Surprising, since the actual product is very fine, and makes it easy to smooth and shake out if you want simply clean hair or brush out completely if you are looking for volume. The somewhat sweet, minty scent is *very* subtle, which is fine by me, but if you're looking for a perfumed head of hair, look into other dry shampoos. I don't oil up too much on my scalp, so I only really use this when I need to run out without washing my hair. It helps, sure, but pro tip: only get this when it's discounted.about 2 years ago
I recently revived my bottle of this because I started using a shampoo bar that I found too harsh for daily use, so I decided to give the whole "don't shampoo everyday" thing another shot. What I like: (1) It smells good, but not in an obnoxious, overly scented way, (2) it's very handy so you can just keep it in your bag or in your office desk drawer, (3) It doesn't leave too much of a white cast on your roots (I try not to put too much though so maybe that's why). What I don't really like: (1) While the powder is pretty fine, it tends to clump together so it doesn't dispense well. It's easier to just twist off the top and carefully pour a small amount on my hand, (2) I'm not sure if it's the dry shampoo or something else, but I've been noticing some build-up on my scalp lately. I hope it's not the dry shampoo's fault because I don't wanna give it up!about 2 years ago
I have a scalp that's prone to oiliness, and sometimes it needs a little help in freshening up so it doesnt look greasy. This product is amazing at that, absorbing oil really well, keeping my hair fresh and volumized. It smells lovely too. Take care in blending it in your hair so it doesn't leave white patches! I don't know if its the tapioca powder or the packaging, but it seems like the bottle has a difficult time dispensing product. I have to remove the cap to tap out product, which isn't ideal.about 2 years ago