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The longtime choice of celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow and Diane Kruger, this dry shampoo, specially formulated for oily hair, has been praised for its versatility as a grease buster, volumizer, and waterless cleanser. Made with amplifying rice starches, vitamins, and calming nettle extracts, this ultrafine powder spray leaves nary a trace of residue behind This dry shampoo it soaks up oil, revives second-day hair, boosts volume, extends the life of blowouts, and doubles as a texturizing aide.The best part? This hardworking dry shampoo is clinically proven to absorb excess oils and tamp down sebum production after 3 months of continuous use.
This was the second dry shampoo I tried (the first was the oat milk variety by Klorane, and for me, the Nettle works better), and it works wonderfully– I relish any day I get to sleep in an extra few minutes because I don't have to wash and dry my hair! The best use for it though is after a home hot oil treatment: don't wash your hair to the point of drying it out– instead, absorb the last bit of oil at the roots with Klorane, leaving a thin film to continue nourishing the rest of your hair, so it looks healthy and shiny, but with volume.5
I cannot get enough of this brand. They're dry shampoo is fantastic and extremely effective. I would highly recommend it especially for people with thin or oily hair5
Easily the best dry shampoo I've ever used. No white residue, gets the job done, no odor, and creates a little volume :)5
I have tried almost every dry shampoo on the market, and this is one of the best I have come across.
Bonus: the Nettle provides a nice and refreshing cooling sensation on your scalp!
I liked this when I got it in my sampler box, but then I purchased the full size product and, although I still liked the product, I found that the full size, full price product had about 4 more uses than the small, travel size product. I will not buy this again. It was a waste of money.2
I am obsessed with Dry Shampoo and have tried many (in the US and abroad), Someone I'm still convinced that Oscar Blandi's dry shampoo still remains the best quality, smell, texture, etc. among them all. (Although I did try a large can from Target and it seemed like a different product and terrible quality.) Klorane's dry shampoo is great and it works well. This is one area I am definitely picky in. I definitely would recommend it for anyone afraid of trying dry shampoo.
Pro's: dries fast, NO overwhelming perfume scent, absorbs oil
Again, just another dry shampoo that leaves my hair still needing a real wash. I have fine, thin hair so I try to wait and wash every other or every 2 days and instead use dry shampoo. But I have yet to find one that I think works well.
This dry shampoo is lighter and less wet than those you use at the drug store. Because of this I have a hard time knowing if I have applied enough - I do not actually feel it on my hair (it is weightless). I does make my hair feel fresher and cleaner those the crown of my head and roots still feel slightly oily after use.4
This is the best dry shampoo out there. The application is even and the powder finely milled enough that minimal rubbing is required to get rid of the telltale white residue of dry shampoo. And this one definitely works well for fine hair, not ruining the volume I work so hard to get.5
When it comes to dry shampoo, most products have left me pretty disappointed. Klorane is the first that actually works well. I rock the "second day" hair all the time and this product does an incredible job of giving my hair the volume that it needs while disguising the extra oil. It also smells incredible!4