How dry shampoo helps to keep your hair healthy

Previously I talked about how changing out shampoos periodically makes your hair more responsive to washing. I also mentioned that washing hair too frequently will strip the natural oils it needs to look good and be healthy. Here’s the quandary. How do you keep your hair clean without drying it out? 

The answer is a dry shampoo. A dry shampoo keeps your hair looking clean while it stretches out the intervals between wet shampooing. Naturally, I have one to recommend. It’s Elastine Restore & Detox Incredible Invisible Dry Shampoo. 

Of course, this is an Avon product and I’m happy to let you know what a great product it is. Formulated with detoxifying charcoal extract and white tea powder; it instantly absorbs oil, sweat, and odor to leave your hair clean and freshly scented. Even better, your hair has added volume to help extend styling. 

I know there are other dry shampoos out there and if they work for you, don’t stop using them! What’s important is to add this to your regime for fabulous, healthy hair. By reducing the need to over wash, you protect the natural oils your hair is meant to have. 

I still have more ways to make your hair healthy and if you can’t wait to read about them, contact me. After all, nothing gets you off to a better appearance than great-looking hair. 

(P.S. If you need another reason to try Elastine Restore & Detox Incredible Invisible Dry Shampoo, just know it is assembled here in the USA!)


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