Why Use Dry Shampoo?
Klorane created a revolution in the hair category when it launched its first dry shampoo back in 1971. Today, there is one Klorane Dry Shampoo sold every 10 seconds worldwide. So, what is it about this hair care essential that has everyone completely hooked?
Clean hair in only 2 minutes instead of 30? Every moment counts these days. Use Dry Shampoo in the morning to leave you with clean, voluminous hair in 2 minutes flat, giving you that extra time to fit in a quick yoga session and conquer your day.
SPACE OUT YOUR SHAMPOOS
It’s been proven that frequent washing can strip the hair from essential amino acids and proteins leading to brittle hair and scalp irritation.
For those with naturally oily hair, daily lathering can be counterproductive – it actually increases oil production. It’s recommended wash your hair every other day at most. Alternate your wash days with a Dry Shampoo specifically formulated for oily hair to help further space out the need for washing.
If you just had your hair colored or received a semi-permanent styling treatment, replace your first shampoo with Dry Shampoo, limiting the risk of damaging the color or treatment.
EXTEND YOUR BLOWOUT
Your blowout looks amazing, but it’s time consuming to achieve on your own. To maximize your time with your ‘do, twirl your hair into a bun and secure with a scrunchie at night to avoid bed head. Use a shower cap in the morning and follow with Dry Shampoo. Spray 6-10 inches from hair, focusing on the roots, wait 2 minutes and then use your fingers or a brush to work through the hair. For even more volume, style with your round brush & blow-dryer.
MAKE STYLING EASIER
Spending a bit too much time perusing YouTube braid tutorials? Using Dry Shampoo brings a whole new level of texture to your hair, helping you to achieve new hair styles like back from the beach waves or the perfect textured ponytail.
HELP THE PLANET!
Did you know that replacing 1 use of regular shampoo a week with 1 application of Dry Shampoo leads to 500L of water saved per year? What’s not to love!