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Stop Washing Your Hair So Much!

Prive volumizing dry shampoo

Do you really need to wash your hair every day? Unless you have extremely oily skin, probably not. Your hair needs natural oils to stay healthy and if you dye your hair, fewer washings will help extend the life of your color. But, no one wants to walk around with greasy, limp hair.

Here are a few of my favorite cruelty free dry shampoos:

  • Prive Volumizing Dry Shampoo – Enriched with ginkgo biloba, green tea and soy, “Herbal Blend #10″ imparts incredible volume instantly while cleansing the scalp and hair without using any water. Even baby fine hair is left full of amazing body, texture and grip to hold any style. Add a few blasts to your roots to get volume and lift – even with clean hair.
  • Kenra Platinum Color Care Dry Shampoo – Made with rice starch to absorb oils and impurities. Contains panthenol for a plumping effect and UV defense from heliogenol and benzophenone-4 – to protect your color from the elements. It has a sweet mango melon scent – very girly.
  • Wen Replenishing Mist - Formulated with a unique blend of restorative botanicals, extracts, and argan oil, this replenishing treatment mist gives your hair, face, and body an instant pick-me-up with its rejuvenating and moisturizing properties. This one’s a little different. It’s moisturizing, so it’s great as a freshener (especially the tea tree oil version), but it’s not going to absorb oil like the other two I mentioned. You can use it in between washes or as a replacement for a leave-in conditioner.
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  • http://buyingcrueltyfree.com Catherine

    The first two sound good. When my hair was lighter, I’d go through can after can of Batiste dry shampoo, but now that it’s dark, it just doesn’t blend as well (I have wavy hair that would go frizzy if I brush it too much after it’s dry). I haven’t found a replacement I like yet, maybe one of these will be it :)

  • http://www.easy2save.blogspot.com Victoria

    I think I would like the Prive Volumizing Dry Shampoo. Thanks for the information.

  • http://www.mastercare.com Rachel

    Very Informative post. I will defiantly try the first two products to avoid washing my hair every day.

  • http://www.cliniquesantecapillaire.com/ rosadiener

    I tried the Kenra shampoo, and it actually helped me quite a lot. Since my hair is not oily at all, I have noticed that I’m kind of suffocating it with the everyday showers, so now I try to utilize cruelty free dry shampoos in order to not weaken its state. Surprisingly it really does the trick. I haven’t tried the first product, but I think that it is going to be of a lot of use to me personally. I think that every person who takes care of his or her hair must use on a daily basis cruelty free dry shampoos.