Tuesday, September 14, 2010

How To Use Dry Shampoo

We have been receiving many questions regarding this product. Some have never heard of Dry Shampoo and others want information on how to best use this product. I hope that this post will answer a lot of your questions.

Dry Shampoo is a mixture of various powders, which are meant to absorb excess oils and odor on the hair. We all know the feeling of unwashed hair! It feels heavy and weighed down and perhaps a little too shiny (not in a good way!). Dry shampoos restore the bounce that we associate with fresh clean hair! Our dry shampoos are scented, so they will also make your hair smell wonderful.

If you are like me, then you will find that washing your hair every day can lead to some unwanted dryness. If you have color-treated hair, then excess washing can decrease the life-span of your color. (This product is also great for those of you who are on the road or camping in the wilderness!) Using a dry shampoo 2-3 days per week in place of standard washing can help to alleviate some of these issues.

Dry Shampoos are best used on hair that is NOT freshly washed. Rather, you should use it on hair that has not been shampooed for at least 24 hours. If your hair is 'squeaky clean' when you apply it, you will find that the product is harder to work in. After all if there are no oils for the powder to absorb, it has no where to go and may leave a white sheen on your hair!

To apply the powder, start with a small sprinkling near your roots and begin working the product down the length of your hair. You may need to apply slightly more to the ends depending on your hair length. Start with a small amount as a little goes a long way. It is easier to apply more than to remove!

You are welcome to contact me at contactdoctorsweettooth@gmail.com should you have further questions. Purchase yours today at www.doctorsweettooth.com!

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