LuLu Organics Lavender Clary Sage Hair Powder

Is it strange to know that I powder my hair on a daily basis? Well, I wash my hair daily but it’s not enough to keep my hair grease free and so I must always use a dry shampoo or some hair powder. This practice actually began since my late teens when I wasn’t shampooing daily; I had used body powder to keep my hair looking decent during those years. Then down the road, I discovered dry shampoo and that to me was truly a hair saver. So yeah, using hair powder is my kind of thing and so this LuLu Organics Lavender Clary Sage Hair Powder naturally appealed to me.

Made with USDA organic ingredients
And you know what’s the first thoughts when I first saw the packaging? It’s for hippies! I mean that definitely got my attention all right. The fact that this is paraben-free, talc-free, and made with safe ingredients that are USDA Organic and Oregon Tilth Certified Organic also got me rubbing my hands in gleeful anticipation. I just couldn’t wait to try out the powder on my hair!

LuLu Organics Lavender Clary Sage Hair Powder

Ingredients: *Organic Corn Starch, White Clay, Baking Soda, *Organic Rice Powder, *Organic Horsetail Powder, *Essential oils.
*USDA Organic & Oregon Tilth Certified Organic

One of the selling points of this hair powder is the intoxicating aroma of lavender combined with an invigorating clary sage. Well, it’s true that it has an uplifting scent but I’ll tell you that the smell isn’t all that important to me. I was actually more concerned if it can help my hair stay grease free and on that count, I would say the performance is slightly below my expectations. I had tried this when my hair was longer and it wasn’t that great but it is working better on my shorter hair now. But I would say this hair powder does what it promises and that is, it is perfect for on-the-go styling and leaves your hair smelling as fresh as a day one wash.

Probably works better for those with less greasy hair
I was given this bottle for a complimentary review but I doubt I’ll purchase the product because it doesn’t suit my needs so well as what my rather greasy hair need is a dry shampoo and not just some nice smelling hair powder. So I suppose this might work better for those with not so oily hair and who need to style their hair on some of their non-shampooing days.

Availability & special promo code for Viva Woman readers
In US where the brand originates, LuLu Organics Hair Powder is available in Lavender Clary Sage, Jasmine, Patchouli & Amber, and Vetiver & Black Pepper. However, local online store, Poppibleu, only brought in the first three scents in travel and regular sizes. The regular size of 4oz is available at S$44 while the travel size of 1oz is available at S$17. Those who are keen to give the product a try will be glad to know that Poppibleu has extended a special promo code for 15% to Viva Woman readers. Just enter viva01 during checkout and the code is good till 22nd July, 2012.


  1. xin says:

    i have been using dry shampoo or talc to mattify my greasy hair too! last time my hair will oil up after lunch even if i shampooed in the morning, but i have been trying new shampoo and serum, and they seem to work great for my scalp and i hope it will help with hair growth too ?
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  2. LediaJ - Healthy Beauty says:

    It is so good that there are solutions out there for us with greasy hair.Instead of the powder I myself wash my hair with baking soda and do a vinegar rinse.I mean if I wash my hair today with shampoo,next time I use BS,after this shampoo and so on.Before I washed my hair daily,now I wash it 2 or 3 times a week ? I may try the powder,too.Maybe I’ll end up washing my hair much less. ?
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  3. Sesame says:

    Oh, have you reviewed it? Would love to get my hands on it.

  4. Sesame says:

    I tried a DIY version with baking soda, corn flour and rice flour. It’s not as great as the Klorane one I like but it does help.

  5. Tani says:

    Have you ladies try applying conditioner to your ends first & leaving it in while you just shampoo just the roots? I find this method to be my hair saver, been doing this since high school!

  6. Tani says:

    Have you ladies try applying conditioner to your ends first & leaving it in while you just shampoo just the roots? I find this method to be my hair saver, been doin g this since high school!

  7. Sesame says:

    Sounds a bit odd to me…probably need to try to see how it actually works but I don’t use hair conditioner now for my short hair.

  8. Ningrum says:

    Hello there! ? I’ve been searching for dry shampoos today (like suddenly I think it would be nice to use one) and on one site, I found the Lulu Organics and, oh, the packaging is so tempting! Thank you that you reviewed this, exactly what I need to read today! :))

    I loove this blog by the way!
    Ningrum last post is: “What about dry shampoo? What about homemade Vit.C serum? What about no-soap days? Oh I love living…”

  9. Sesame says:

    It’s too expensive though. I use my own DIY dry shampoo now.

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