I've been on the hunt for a cruelty free dry shampoo for ages so I was excited (really, excited) when I saw that LUSH did one.
LUSH's dry shampoo comes in a bottle rather than a spray can. This does make it a bit messier because it can be hard to judge how hard to squeeze the bottle. However this 50g bottle is perfect for putting in your bag.
It's a white powder that smells fresh and citrus-y, which is never a bad thing when you're half asleep trying to make your hair look presentable.
No Drought does a brilliant job of making your hair look clean again and it does add a bit of volume.
You don't need to use a lot of product to get a good result. I've had this bottle for about three weeks now and haven't used that much at all.
I get through cans of dry shampoo fairly quickly but I think this is going to last me much longer.
In terms of price it's about the same as a can of Batiste but I know that for me this 50g bottle it will last longer than one of the big cans of Batiste.
Another bonus is that because it's not an aerosol it won't count as a liquid in your hand luggage. I was told by Monarch that powder products are fine if they're in their original packaging. That may not apply to all airlines but what I'm saying is, hopefully they won't think it's something illegal.
In short: A fresh, clean smelling dry shampoo that revives your hair and keeps it looking fresh and clean.
Price: £3.75 for 50g / £6.75 for 115g
Is it cruelty free: Yes, LUSH do not test on animals. No Drought is also vegan friendly.
Would I repurchase / recommend: Definitely to both.
Have you tried LUSH's dry shampoo?