- Organic, botanical dry shampoo made with an oil-absorbing blend of lavender flowers and additional plant powders that cleanse the hair, extend hairstyles, and save time
- Dry shampoo leaves the hair feeling fuller, cleaner, and refreshed
- For people who are on the go who need a quick volume boost and oil control
- Pure and concentrated
- Gentle care for beautiful hair
- Helps to absorb excess oil while naturally freshening and providing a clean, light feeling
- No need to rinse or add water
- All ingredients are 100% natural and nontoxic
- An EWG Verified product. No warehousing
- All products are hand-crafted in small, fresh batches
- No parabens, phthalates, sulfates, PEGs, or fossil fuel derivatives
- No artificial fragrances, EDTAs, gluten, or contaminant residues
- No fillers, slipping agents, glycols, silicones, dyes, ureas, or extenders
- No acids, extracts, or alcohol.
Benzalkonium Chloride;Certrimonium Chloride;Laurtrimonium Chloride (although product is rated 3 which is safe overall)
Cons: Not as strong as alcohol or bleach in killing covid 19 (but these ingredients are not as soothing or safe [bleach] for hands anyway)
Takes a bit longer than other sanitizers to dry
Qet Botanicals was founded by Lisa Brill as a company that hand crafted products in fresh batches with proven plant based ingredients. They are part of the EWG verfied clean beauty program. Lisa suffered from skin issues including rosacea, acne, sensitive skin and thyroid issues - this is why it was important for her to carefully pick each ingredient in her products so that they each have a unique and good purpose while being safe. She removed any ingredients that are potentially harmful and irritating typically found in other products. Her company also cares for the land and people that they source ingredients from.
Lavender and rosemary soothing properties that help target skin (scalp) irritation, redness, and itching [1, 2]. Rosemary also targets a substance that is associated with hair loss known as dihydrotestosterone (DHT) . Arrowroot powder absorbs oil , and this leaves the hair feeling fuller.
Hair health [1-3]; Hair cleanser and rejuvenator [1-3]; Promotes hair growth 
Lavender and rosemary help lessen skin (scalp) irritation from infections, insect bites due to its analgesic properties [1, 2].
Rosemary has anti-inflammatory properties that target irritation of the skin and it also helps regulate immune responses which can help improve skin allergy reactions . Rosemary oil and also blocks DHT activity, thereby preventing the buildup of sebum and hair loss . Arrowroot powder also makes hair softer, smoother, and appear thicker and less oily by absorbing excess oil .
Key Ingredients: Maranta Arundinacea (Arrowroot Root) Powder*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Oil*, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Flower Oil*
All Ingredients: Maranta Arundinacea (Arrowroot Root) Powder*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Oil*, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Flower Oil*. *Organic Ingredient
Pour a small amount of the dry shampoo into the jar lid. Dip our clean mask brush, or one of your clean makeup brushes, into the cap, and tap off the excess. We have found that a foundation brush with it's angeled, smaller application area directs the dry shampoo more precisely than a larger blush brush. All you need is a bit on the tip of the brush. Apply dry shampoo directly where you need volume and oil control. Blend it in with your fingers, or the brush, and you're ready to go - no need to rinse or add water.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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