It’s always useful to have a dry shampoo in your collection for those last minute hair emergencies or just to add some volume to an up-do. I’ve only previously ever used Batiste, which has always worked well, and the only reason I decided to try the Superdrug own-brand version was Superdrug’s cruelty free credentials.
However, since using this can for a few months I have to say I would not recommend the product and would definitely not consider rebuying it. To be honest, I’m not sure it does anything at all. It certainly puffs something out – I can see a fine white powder and can smell the fragrance (a typical dry shampoo smell with a tropical hint) – but I cannot see any effect this has on my hair at all. In comparison I’ve used a can of Batiste in the mean-time and still find that this does the job perfectly – by making my hair look newly presentable (if only temporarily).
There’s not much else to say really. I don’t expect too much from a dry shampoo, as it’s only a temporary solution, but I do expect some sort of result. The price is cheap (although no cheaper than Batiste) but it’s not great value if it doesn’t work! It’s a shame really, as every other time I’ve dipped my toe into Superdrug products has been fairly successful.