Kiss Bad Hair Days Goodbye with Sol de Janeiro’s Dry Shampoo

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In today’s issue of “Things We Can’t Stop Seeing” is Sol de Janeiro’s new Brazilian Zoya Dry Shampoo.

Ever since I grabbed the first episode of cult-favorite Brazilian Bum Bum Cream a few years ago, I’ve been a Sol de Janeiro stan. Known for its nourishing ingredients and intoxicating fragrance, the beauty brand has recently expanded into haircare, so naturally, I had to try dry shampoo.

Packaged in a 100% recyclable can, the dry shampoo is designed to absorb excess oils from hair-loving ingredients like coconut, acai and sunflower seed oils, as well as Brazilian kaolin clay, rice starch and pro-vitamin B5. and packed to take out the impurities. Compared to other dry shampoos, it doesn’t weigh down your hair or leave a white, sticky residue. It will seriously give a second life to your hair, even if it has been a day or four since your last hair wash.

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