Welcome to my blog where I enjoy talking about how beauty products as a means of coping with a chronic neurological condition. I love finding products that really work. I also like telling you what works and what doesn't. Hopefully, I can save you a buck or two.
This post is dedicated to the little white can of Clean Freak Refreshing Dry Shampoo by Not Your Mother's. I have tried this dry shampoo several times now. My first impression was that I needed more than I usually which is odd because my hair is naturally dry. So I only use a little dry shampoo at the roots. Once I used it a a second time that didn't seem to be the case. This dry shampoo, like most, leaves a white cast to the hair which is easily corrected by brushing or even fluffing your hair with your fingers.
I love that in addition to drying up excess oils in your hair, it also provides some body which is nice because I have fine limp hair. Clean Freak also states that it has a light matte finish; but, doesn't every dry shampoo have a light matte finish. I usually follow dry shampoo with a little dry oil. Let me explain that a little better. I tend to use dry shampoo on my roots on second or even third day hair to get rid of excess oils at the scalp. The rest of my hair tends to be dry so I use a dry oil on my hair on a daily basis. I only use a dry oil from the middle to the ends. I don't use it near the roots. I didn't notice that it having a strong scent which I prefer. I don't like products that are heavily scented. The sprayer distributes a nice amount of product without distributing too much.
All in all I really enjoy this dry shampoo. It works really well and is moderately priced. However, we all know that the dry shampoo I prefer is very economical. I don't find that Clean Freak works better or smells better than the dry shampoo I currently use. So I can't see why I would want to pay twice as much for a product that works equally well. I received this product for free from Influenster. Thanks so much for reading this review for Not Your Mother's Clean Freak Refreshing Dry Shampoo. Have you tried Clean Freak? What is your favorite dry shampoo?