Following the discovery of CeraVe, I began to wonder what other miracle products were hiding on the drugstore’s bottom shelf. How much more money could I be saving ifI expended a little more effort on the research side of shopping? Thanks to Allure magazine, I have discovered at least one more low-budget wonder: Pssst Dry Shampoo ($6).
Because I have fine hair, I find that if I don’t shampoo, my follicles become depressingly limp. However, shampooing every day dries out my ends. This follicular conundrum led be to Ojon Dry Shampoo to leave my hair looking clean and volumized, but at $23 per can, my shampoo free days were getting expensive.
Pssst Instant Spray Shampoo works exactly the same as its more expensive competitors: spray the product onto the roots like hairspray, fluff hair, brush out. The spray then absorbs excess oil and leaves the hair volumized and feeling just washed. It’s great for days when you have breakfast meetings or after a late night out. And unlike powder dry shampoos, it doesn’t flake off like dandruff as the day wears on. This is a major plus.
So if you’re looking for a way to spare your split ends from the drying effects of shampoo but don’t want to sacrifice clean hair, try Pssst dry shampoo. You can find it on the very bottom shelf at most CVS locations.
Beauty Product Guinea Pig (BPGP) reviews beauty, skincare and hair products with an eye towards effectiveness and affordability. If you have a review that you would like to contribute or a product that you have been looking for, e-mail Belle at capitolhillstyle (at) gmail (dot) com.