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 8 months ago
I really love this dry shampoo. It's much nicer than the ones out the cans as it isn't chemically or sticky. A bottle lasts for a long time too, and it's great to take camping or on holiday. The smell is nice too, although I know a few people who aren't fans, so it would be really nice to have...
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About 8 months ago
This dry shampoo is well....lush! The smell is amazing it feels like you’re pouring sherbet onto your hair. Couldn’t give it 5* because the bottle is a bit awkward to use and you have to be sure to brush out THOROUGHLY... but TOP TIP is I’ve put mine in a little pot that glitter used to be in...you know with those little holes on top? Shakes out much more evenly. Even a washed out pepper shaker would work too. I tend to put mine on at night (if I know I’m not going to shower the next day) which helps to avoid those obvious white patches in your hair.Read More
About 3 weeks ago
The smell is so fresh and clean, not “perfumery” at all. The formula is like silk, doubles as a dusting powder, and over all lasts for ages. I’m so sad to hear it’s being discontinued. Maybe it’s sales are cursed by how long it lasts? I hope Lush comes out with a similar alternative in this category.
2 weeks ago
About 2 weeks ago
I have lots of Lush products and love their solid shamoo, but this dry shampoo is not good. The texture is too thick and just lays thick in my hair, in fact it could be easily confused for the foot or underarm deodorant. I have used other ‘non aerosol’ dry shampoos which are far better.
Sorry Lush, I love lots of your products but this one is terrible.
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