bon organics dry shampoo

Bon Organics Dry Shampoo with Lavender and Bergamot Review

Last Updated on January 2, 2020

I have never bought dry shampoos before. Whenever my hair felt greasy, I would just dust some talc powder for those emergency circumstances.

So when I was browsing the Bon organics Instagram page, I found this organic dry shampoo and decided to give it a try.

Product Claims:

We proudly present The World’s First Handmade & Organic DRY SHAMPOO! Welcome to this New Generation of Shampoos that are 100% Handmade, Safe, Certified Organic, Hassle-free, Non-Time Consuming, Non-Water Consuming, and Incredibly Nourishing!

ENJOY STYLING YOUR HAIR THE ORGANIC WAY! This is Safe & Suitable for all Hair Types. This artistic craft is a 100% Handmade Dry Shampoo. It is Paraben free and biodegradable.

Price: Rs.156 for 30ml, Rs.260 for 50ml.

Shelf life: 2 years.

Availability: Online.  You can buy it from their website

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bon organic dry shampoo

About the Product:

It comes in a small transparent bottle with a flip cap which shuts tight. The product itself is a white powder with slightly grainy texture. The packaging is perfect for travelling or carrying around in your purse.


Organic Zea mays (Corn) Starch, Organic Maranta (Arrowroot) Powder, Organic Dried Lavandula (Lavender) Powder, Essential Oils of Organic Lavandula (Lavender), Organic Citrus bergamia (Bergamot), Organic A. barbadensis Mill. (BON’s Pure Aloe Vera Gel), & Organic Citrus × Limon (Lemon) Oil

bon organics dry shampoo ingredients


Directly sprinkle generously/required quantity onto oily/unwashed hair & rub gently until powder is no more visible. Your hair will gain immediate volume & shine just like washed fresh hair!

You don’t have to wash it off, just leave it on. If you get some on your cheeks, rub it in like talcum powder, its safe!

My Experience Using Bon Organics Dry Shampoo:

Unlike most dry shampoos that come in aerosol spray cans, this comes in a powder form with a slightly grainy consistency as compared to talc powder. I am not a fan of the packaging and wish it came in twist cap bottles like the talc powder.

You need to squeeze the bottle to dispense the product in hand. On my first use, I squeezed it directly on hair and it dispensed too much in excess leaving a white cast.

So the best way to use this is to squeeze some out in a bowl and apply evenly using a fluffy makeup brush. I need roughly ½ teaspoon of it on my 3rd or 4th-day hair.

bon organics dry shampoo swatch

It does reduce oiliness to quite an extent giving some volume in hair but can leave a slight white cast if used in excess. Since all dry shampoos do that it not much of a con. The 30 ml bottle can give you 9-10 uses easily.

This dry shampoo is cheaper compared to the both Bblunt and Batiste dry shampoos available in similar sizes. Also, the latter two dry shampoos contain alcohol in them while the Bon organics dry shampoo is completely organic.

I haven’t used the Batiste dry shampoo but I did use the Bblunt once and it performed similarly to the Bon organics one. The clear winner for me among all three is definitely the Bon Organics dry shampoo.

Also Read: Bon Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo Review


  • All organic ingredients
  • No Alcohol or artificial fragrance
  • Absorbs oil well and adds some volume to hair
  • Small size is easy for carrying around
  • Cheaper than other dry shampoos
  • Vegan, cruelty-free and eco-friendly
  • Handmade
  • USDA certified


  • Packaging could be better

Final Thoughts:

Bon organics dry shampoo is definitely the only one of its kind in the market. I am not sure about the world but it is definitely India’s first handmade and organic dry shampoo.

The packaging is not something I like so I will transfer this to a small jar for future use. If you are looking for a good dry shampoo without any nasty chemicals, definitely, try this one.

What are your thoughts on organic dry shampoos? Have you used one? I would love to hear about your experience.


Rutu is a freelance writer and a beauty enthusiast from Mumbai.  She started Demure Beauty blog in 2018 to help people find the right products and tips for healthy skin and hair.

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