Tuesday, 6 August 2019

Lee Stafford Keep It Clean Dry Shampoo Review

No joke, I have probably gone through about 100 bottles of Batiste in my lifetime. My roots tend to get pretty oily within the first or second day of washing it, which is due to synthetic hormones I have to have for my endometriosis. I can wake up and my hair looks like a bird's nest every single morning no matter what I do. So to keep it refreshed I use a lot of dry shampoo. However, because it can get quite boring using the same product all the time, I am forever looking to try new dry shampoos. One of the newest dry shampoo releases is the Lee Stafford Keep It Clean Dry Shampoo...
The Lee Stafford Keep It Clean range comprises of a Shampoo, Conditioner, Mask, Priming Spray and of course the Dry Shampoo. It is all about purifying and balancing the hair, and so it would work especially well for those who use a lot of styling products. The key ingredient in this range is Pink Clay, which acts as a magnet to oil, dirt and product residue. The packaging is a soft baby pink, which is one of my favourite colours and so that is an added bonus for me.
The Lee Stafford Keep It Clean Dry Shampoo comes in a 200ml can and has a lovely, fresh fragrance to it, without being overpowering. It doesn't weigh heavy on the hair, and neither does it leave that white, chalky residue on the hair after application. I apply it by spraying onto the hair from arm's length and then giving my hair a little ruffle to spread it around. I found that this manages to keep my hair clean and free of oil throughout the day, without need for topping up, and is definitely a new favourite for me.
The Lee Stafford Keep It Clean Dry Shampoo costs £5.49, which is slightly expensive for a dry shampoo, but Boots always seem to have offers on haircare products so be sure to keep an eye out for that. You can find it instore and online at Boots here.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

*This post contains an item which was gifted to me, but all opinions are my own

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