How Waterless Shampoo Works

OWA Haircare has launched a powdered hair wash that activates with water and friction from your hands. The shampoo is free of sulfates and other chemicals found in traditional liquid shampoo that can be damaging to hair. The brand is trying to reduce waste in the beauty industry by eliminating water from the production process, which typically makes up 80% of liquid shampoos. We put the shampoo to the test on different hair types to see how well it works compared to liquid shampoo.
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How Waterless Shampoo Works