One Love Organics Healthy Locks Dry Shampoo Powder

I was just about done with the entire concept of dry shampoos. I’ve tried a slew of them, often turned off by offensive odors. Then there were the times, when the powder formulas coagulated with my scalps natural oils, leaving me with a pasty residue that had me hightailing it to the nearest running tap. My hair was anything but fresh. Just as I had basically closed that book on that chapter, my beloved One Love Organics released a new dry shampoo powder, and I gave it one more go. The Healthy Locks Dry Shampoo Powder from One Love Organics has completely restored my faith in the world of dry shampoos (cue the singing angels).


First off, Healthy Locks has a subtle clean fragrance, that is utterly delightful. It contains a “unique blend of highly absorbent Georgia kaolin clay, hyaluronic acid and silica rich bamboo extract.” I shake the powder directly onto scalp, let it sit for a minute, then massage it in. I am met with instant volume, and my hair is left feeling ultimately refreshed. It’s been a huge time saver, and, to my surprise, a handbag staple. I love Dry Shampoo!

One Love Organics Healthy Locks Dry Shampoo Powder $12


10 thoughts on “One Love Organics Healthy Locks Dry Shampoo Powder

  1. This stuff sounds amazing! Maybe I will try it when I run out of my favorite dry shampoo, Not Your Mother’s. It’s the only one I’ve ever tried that doesn’t have a horribly strong smell (can we talk about the one from Drybar…oh mon dieu! I got nauseated after being in the car with my own hair. TOSS!). I love OLO, and major props for them using Georgia clay – it’s everywhere here and I’m glad someone’s found a use for it! 😀 *clappy hands*

  2. Hello Taylor,
    This sound like something worth trying. I have used the cheapest (Batiste) to the most expensive (Oribe) and none have met my expectations. Does this give you the uncontrollable feeling like you must wash your hair the next day?

    1. Hi Maria,
      I have tried Batiste and Oribe as well. I love the idea of a spray, but the many I have tried just don’t cut it. As apposed to other powders, this dose not cause an nasty film.

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