Recently I've been on a mission to improve the state of my poor, straw like, finger-in-a-plug-socket hair. I've gone SLS free, started using hot oils, straighten it less and wash it less frequently, too. However, washing it less has one draw back - grease. I used to wash it every four days, now it's every seven...Around day five it starts getting greasy and out come the hats, scruffy up-dos and most importantly the dry shampoo...
If you're wondering how this would compare to Batiste dry shampoo, here are the ingredient differences - Batiste use more fragrance. That is literally the only difference. Most dry shampoos also have added fragrance, Beauty Formulas included. This one is a simple, clean, fresh, fragrance which I would call a true unisex scent. Not floral, not woody, just clean and light. Both Beauty Formulas and Batiste use the conditioning agent 'distearyldimonium chloride', though I have noticed that Beauty Formulas makes my hair feel much softer and smoother!
If you are after a cheap dry shampoo which really works, or just fancy a change from the norm then the Beauty Formulas one is definitely worth a look. I bought mine from Savers for £1 for 150ml of product.
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