Busy Girl’s Secret: COCOA DRY-SHAMPOO


COCOA DRY SHAMPOO - GREAT ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL SHAMPOOGreat Alternative to Traditional Shampoo

COCOA Dry Shampoo is good for all hair types – oily, normal, and even dry when used sparingly. It is great alternative to the traditional shampoo when traveling, camping or just super busy. Dry shampoo works by absorbing excess oils on your scalp and hair, and creates beautiful texture leaving your hair looking like freshly washed. It is indispensable for a busy girl, mom, or just about anyone with a busy lifestyle. Commercial brands, as you can imagine, contain controversial ingredients so you are better off making your own Cocoa Dry Shampoo, 100% made of all natural and organic ingredients, TOXIN-FREE and SAFE. COCOA DRY SHAMPOO - GREAT ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL SHAMPOOINGREDIENTS Arrowroot powder, Cocoa powder. STEPS Mix the arrowroot powder and cocoa together. More arrowroot for light hair, more cocoa for dark hair. APPLICATION Dip your make-up brush in dry shampoo. Divide hair into sections and brush your roots, moving from the crown of your head down. Allow the powder to set for couple of minutes, then brush thoroughly. Tip: LESS IS MORE. Over-application can make your hair look chalky. Don’t wait until your hair is super-greasy. The dry shampoo should be used as soon as the hair starts showing the first signs of oiliness. In case you are not interested in making it, you can order it here.

COCOA DRY SHAMPOO - GREAT ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL SHAMPOOBONUS: IT WORKS AS FOUNDATION POWDER TOO

You can even use it as the makeup foundation! Traditional Mineral makeup products use nano-particles that are guilty of skin-aging, cause DNA damage, and stimulate the production of free radicals linked to cancer. So isn’t it handy to actually use your dry shampoo as the makeup foundation :)? Obviously you need to experiment to get it close to you skin tone. In addition to cocoa and arrowroot, you can play with French green clay, bentonite clay or eventually finely ground cinnamon, fruit powders (Please be careful with cinnamon – it can cause skin irritations).

Have fun with playing with food on your face 🙂

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