A dry shampoo with oil-absorbing powders, grapefruit and lime to refresh your hair without water. This is ideal if you want want a quick refresher between washes as it will soak up excess oil to leave a matte, clean look without any dustiness. Massage a little into your scalp and through the hair, then brush out.
About 1 year ago
I use dry shampoo every other day and this stuff is amazing! It has one of my favorite scents from LUSH, as it smells clean. Absorbs oil great and lasts all day!
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About 1 year ago
I use this as a dry shampoo and dusting powder and foot powder and thanks to hal20 I will try as a spot treatment too!
This is sooooooo soft and the citrus fragrance isn't too strong it reminds me of a orange sherbet. A huge bottle for £9? Absolute steal if you know how much decent essential oils cost.
I have tried all Lush dusting powders and was intrigued about this powder so went in my branch to look up the ingredients to see if it's suitable for the uses I wanted it for. I will certainly buy again and again. A beautiful multiuse product
About 4 months ago
To be clear i hate dry shampoo, i have never liked it and refuse to buy it. But when i was in the shop a while ago one of the girls gave me a sample of this to try at home and i reluctantly tried it one day when i was just at home for the day. Its fantastic, the smell is amazing and really fragrant. Its a white power so yes unless your hair is white you will see it at first but once you rub it in its gone. Its not a heavy product and it doesn't weight your hair down.Read More
1 week ago
About 1 week ago
This product takes a bit of getting used to, as it can be a bit messy to apply. It goes on like talc, so can be a bit difficult to work into your hair without getting white patches. I recommend sprinkling a little into one of Lush’s recycled black pots and applying to your hair using an old wooden blusher brush. It’s worth the effort as it smells great (citrus), much better than the traditional aerosol dry shampoos. It’s not quite as effective at soaking up the grease, as it’s canned counterparts, but if you are keen to find a more eco friendly alternative it does the job.
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