Living Proof Dry Shampoo


Due to renovations, getting round to washing my hair can be pretty tough at the moment. Luckily I received this product complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes. Living Proof dry shampoo is to eliminate and clean hair. Since I don’t personally use dry shampoo between washes, I thought that now would be a great time to give it a go. This was not to replace washing for a long period just to be a filler between especially in a dusty house with ongoing works.

Living Proof

Living proof’s founders are hair stylist who wanted to push the boundaries of conventional products. With help from scientists from outside of the beauty industry, they were able to create a range of products which have received over 130 awards.

Dry Shampoo

Perfect hair Day (PhD) Dry Shampoo is ideal for all hair types. It is silicone-free. Safe and formulated for colour and chemically treated hair. Powered by Living Proofs Healthy Hair Molecule (OFPMA) and Triple-Action Cleaning Technology, it cleans beyond ordinary shampoos.

This is in order to:

  • absorb and remove oil, sweat and odour
  • makes hair look, feel and smell clean
  • leaves virtually no visible residue or powdery build-up behind


First application resulted in a noticeable white residue in my hair. The product working its magic and absorbing the oil and sweat from my hair. All I needed to do was wait 30 seconds and brush gently to remove. The smell was very pleasing to both my mum and actually did help make my hair smell and feel cleaner. Personally I did not notice the scent at the end of the day however I use many products near and on my hair. You can purchase Living Proof Dry Shampoo and other products from their range from their website.

Will you be giving Living Proof a try?


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5 thoughts on “Living Proof Dry Shampoo

    1. I don’t feel that this product is intended for long term use but between washes. Due to the size I had coupled with my hair length, I ran out pretty quickly.

      In terms of causing dandruff. The most common cause of dandruff is seborrheic dermatitis although it can however be other skin conditions. I have a previous post discussing dry scalp vs dandruff as they are often confused. Contact dermatitis caused by a reaction to products applied to the scalp [like shampoo, styling gel, and hairspray] can cause dry scalp. If that is the case then this would be due to the ingredients and it would be worth checking which one is causing it. Hopefully you found my response helpful xx

      1. I’ve tried so many over the years and it’s the only one that will actually leave my hair feeling and looking like I just washed it. I have thin, oily hair so it’s hard not to want to wash it every day.

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