Fortifying Frankincense Dry Shampoo
All natural dry shampoo optimizes hair and scalp health as it extends hair styles and refreshes the hair.
Nourishing as it cleanses, this all natural dry shampoo enhances the hair adding volume and lustre as it absorbs excess oil.
A pure powder blend of clay, probiotics, oil absorbing powders, and botanicals. This fortifying dry shampoo enriches the hair, balances and soothes the scalp, and extends hair styles.
Each ingredient in this dry shampoo naturally optimizes hair health and beauty:
- Kaolin clay, baking soda, and arrowroot powder synergistically work to cleanse and absorb excess oils.
- Frankincense resin balances excess sebum production and adds volume to the hair.
- Probiotics improves scalp dryness.
- Essential oils of frankincense, bergamot, sweet thyme, vetiver, rosemary verbenone revives and gently clarifies the scalp, nourishes the hair, and bestows a subtle fresh scent.
- Rosemary extract revives limp hair and refreshes the scalp.
Suitable for all hair types including colour-treated hair.
How to use
How to use
- Sprinkle a dime size amount into the palm of your hand and massage it into the roots of the hair working away from the natural part. Move from roots to tips.
- Let the powder sit in your hair for a few minutes to absorb and activate.
- With a wood comb or natural bristle brush, comb through the hair to evenly distribute the shampoo and stimulate the scalp.
- Style your hair as usual.
- Use as necessary throughout the day or week.
- If you use too much and your hair looks powdery or clumpy, simply run wet fingertips through your hair.
Pairs well with
Maranta arundinacea (Arrow Root), Kaolinite (Kaolin Clay), Boswellia carterii (Frankincense resin), Rosmarinus officinalis CO2 (Rosemary Antioxidant Extract), Sodium bicarbonate (Baking soda), L. plantarum, B. bifidum, and B. longum (Probiotics), Boswellia carterii (Frankincense), Citrus bergamia (Bergamot), Thymus linalool (Sweet Thyme), Vetiveria zizanioides (Vetiver), Rosmarinus officinalis verbenone (Rosemary Verbenone)