Good Hair Days: 100% Natural Dry Shampoo Review

Hey,

I’m back with a 100% natural DRY SHAMPOO powder review which I’m very excited to finally share with you. This product is talc free, vegan and also cruelty free – ticking all the boxes when it comes to brand ethics 🤍 Generally, I’m not a fan of dry shampoos. I have naturally fine but thinning hair and any time I try to use dry shampoo, it makes my hair feel even dirtier than it is. I used to buy and try all drugstore alternatives (£: Batiste, ££: Klorane £££: Living Proof) in an aerosol can which I’ve stopped purchasing since they have a profound impact on the climate and our environment.

This however opened up several other questions on how will I ever find an alternative which is kind to the environment but also works on my hair. Will I ever find one at all? The brands mentioned above also made my hair extremely dull looking despite using a small amount. Let’s be real I still need them in my life so I was looking for an eco-friendly alternative for months considering ingredients, ethics and last but not least price. I really don’t mind spending a lot on something if it works well and it also doesn’t harm the environment, people and animals. These factors have become absolutely crucial in my purchase decisions hence why I’ve pretty much almost stepped away from popular retailers and large brands.

That’s how I found this gem @corinnetaylorholistictherapy at @planetorganic. I can already see how this product will transform my relationship with dry shampoos. It smells nothing like baby powder… but rather a subtropical citrus tree. I did wonder how I would get on with the texture as it’s not a spray but it is easy to use and the powder absorbs everything as it should. Switching to a powdered dry shampoo you’ll love the fact that you can distribute it evenly and exactly where you want rather than just spraying from a distance hoping you get it where you want it. It smells absolutely divine but nothing can take away or hide the fact how well this product works on my hair. It is easy to work with, it gives plenty of volume and keeps my hair going inbetween washes which was my number one reason wanting to incorporate a dry shampoo in my hair care routine. I’m desperately trying to reduce how often I wash my hair and this product is making the process a whole lot easier. The brand’s entire range is certified with the Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny programme alongside with the The Vegan Society.

Corinne Taylor 100% Natural Dry Shampoo

This dry shampoo is one of the only ones on the market to be made with only 100% natural ingredients which makes it safer for your hair and scalp and better for the environment. It contains absolutely no talc, which can be toxic if breathed in or absorbed into the body. It is also free from parabens, sls, synthetic fragrance and colour. Tick Tick Tick! 🤍

This was such an unexpected find for me which is not only reasonably priced (£11-£12) but also a wonderful eco swap with a decent amount of product.

If you are someone like me or my story sounds familiar – or you are just looking for a more eco-friendly option in your repertoir please check them out – they have a lot more products as well both in Planet Organic but also on their website from organic bath melts to hair masks.

  • Certified cruelty-free
  • Vegan
  • Clean
  • Talc free
  • Toxic free
  • Small business
  • Reasonably priced
  • Conscious packaging: They are also moving to a 100% plastic free aluminium packaging soon which contributes further to reduce environmental impact.
  • Powder over aerosol: Aerosol propellants are harming and depleting our ozone layer. Opt for environmentally friendy options where you can.
  • Great size

Support small businesses, shop local! 🌿

B🧘🏻‍♀️

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