Finally, after many customer and employee requests, at long last a dry shampoo! No Drought gives your hair an extra day without washing. Just massage it sparingly into your scalp and through your hair, and then shake it out (if you have got long hair, you might need a quick brush to make sure you are covered). Corn flour and talc absorb excess oil and leave locks soft to the touch. Lemon, grapefruit and lime oils will give your hair a fresh and fruity fragrance too. No need to wash; just go!
- Quick fix: Temporarily refreshes hair until you have got the time to wash it.
- Keeps you feeling fresh: The zesty, citrus fragrance keeps your mind as fresh as your mane.
- Wash wherever you go: The perfect companion for late nights and early mornings, camping, travel, music festivals and a whirlwind life!
How To Use:
Massage sparingly into your scalp and through your hair, then shake it out (if you have got long hair, you might need a quick brush to make sure you’re fully covered).
Cornflour (Zea mays), Magnesium Carbonate, Talc, Perfume, Grapefruit Oil (Citrus paradisi), Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia), *Citral, *Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool* Occurs naturally in essential oils
Rs. 800/- for 115 gm.
My Take on Lush No Drought Dry Shampoo:
The worst purchase I have ever made! No, the product itself is not that bad, but I paid a ridiculous price for THAT! I don’t know what I was thinking when I purchased this. I was in search of a dry shampoo during winters. I go to gym every day and during winters, I cannot wash my hair often because I fall sick easily. Earlier, I used to apply normal talcum powder + baking soda, but when I saw that Lush had launched a dry shampoo, I happily just went and purchased it.
The bottle comes in a flip top bottle just like the ones in which we get shampoo/shower gels. I was expecting a more talcum powder like bottle (bottle with several holes in a circle). The problem is that a lot of powder just pops on your hand in one go when you tip the bottle. It leads to product wastage 🙁 You have to be really careful and gentle, else you will end up with more product than you require. I take the powder in my palm and apply it to my hair and scalp. Let it be there for a minute or two and then brush it off with a comb/brush. Or in a hurry, just sift my hair with hands. I must say it does absorb all the sweat and grease. The hair smells like a bunch of lemons. But my hair looks a bit limp-y and dry. Also, this product leaves white cast on the hair and you really need to brush well to remove the extra powder. I am going back to my talcum powder + baking soda routine till I find a good affordable alternative.
Pros of Lush No Drought Dry Shampoo:
- Absorbs sweat and oil efficiently.
- Hair smells wow! in an instant.
- Vegan product.
Cons of Lush No Drought Dry Shampoo:
- Product wastage because of the bottle design.
- Leaves a white cast on hair if not brushed thoroughly.
- Leaves hair limp-y.
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