"The original dry shampoo to refresh and rejuvenate hair by soaking up excess oil, removing product build-up and boosting volume. Hair looks, feels and smells freshly shampooed. Cleans, deodorizes and conditions hair-without water."
I'll just start off by saying I do like this product. It works partially as advertised. It soaks up the oils and gives me some volume. However, I do not think it gives you a look, feel, or smell of freshly shampooed hair. I'm not going to put dry shampoo on say a week old hair and assume that it is going to make it look like I washed my hair. I don't think so! However, if i've gone a day or two without washing my hair, which I usually do, then sometimes I will use dry shampoo to control excess oils. It still won't make it look freshly washed but helps and buys me a day if needed.
Now here is were I was curious about the product. I have only used one other dry shampoo (Suave dry shampoo) because i'm not into using it a lot and never cared to much about trying a bunch of brands. However, Psssst! felt the exact same, and I mean the exact same, as putting the Suave on. This made me curious to know if they were the exact same product and indeed the ingredients are pretty much one and the same. There are two ingredients different on both but for those two they are both silica and thickeners, which in essence is the same with different names.
The only three things that are different about these two products is the name and company who makes them and lastly the cost. Suave will run you $3 at Walgreens (sometimes less because unilever often has coupons for these products) and Pssssst! by Freeman Beauty will run you $6 at Walgreens. Who wants to pay twice as much for the same product? I know I don't and won't.
So yeah, I don't dislike this product. I actually think it works pretty good but again I think it works just the same as the Suave. I wouldn't recommend Pssssst! simply because it is twice as expensive. Don't let the price tag/company trick you, it's going to work the same.
Do you use dry shampoo? What brand do you use?