Review: Jonathan Product Green Rootine Dry Shampoo

Like many women with long hair, I don't wash my hair every day. I often go two or three days between shampoos, and sometimes more if I'm feeling lazy. Dry shampoo is a lazy girl's best friend. It usually comes the form of a powder that helps absorb oils and keeps your hair looking fresh. Jonathan Product makes a Vegan version called Green Rootine Dry Shampoo.

Pros:
  • Effectively absorbs oils
  • Reduces shine
  • Blends in with hair color
  • Vegan and gluten-free
  • Brush allows a great degree of control (twist to allow more powder through)
  • Easy to apply
Cons:
  • May require reapplication throughout the day
Summary:
Green Rootine Dry Shampoo is a nice option when you can't wash your hair but want to keep it looking fresh. It is easy to apply and comes in an applicator with a brush. I'd love to see refills for sale, as I currently only see the applicator version in the brand's web store. The powder did work well, but I found that I needed to reapply once or twice throughout the day. The small, portable size and on-the-go applicator makes this possible, but I'd love it if the product lasted longer. While this product rated relatively low 3 on EWG's Skin Deep database, the ingredient aluminum starch octynylsuccinate weighs in at a heavy 9. However, I love that this product avoids many harsh chemicals, comes in two colors, and is both gluten-free and vegan. If you want a vegan dry shampoo, this dry shampoo is a nice option.

Also available on Amazon.com: dark and light shades.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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