I often get contacted by companies asking me to try products in the hope that I’ll review on my blog. I usually decline as this isn’t the purpose of my blog.
However, a while ago, I was contacted by a company who produce waterless products. The thought intrigued me so much that this time I agreed.
And waterless shampoo.
My daughter Sarah, who is a nurse in a hospice said they used the waterless soap, and a shower cap with waterless shampoo, but had never used the liquid shampoo.
I must admit to being very sceptical…….but I was pleasantly surprised at how amazing they were. For the body wash, you simply use the foam and then wipe off with a towel while it’s still foamy. The shampoo is in liquid and lathers just like shampoo when you put it on dry hair😳. While it’s still foamy, you use a towel to rub it off.
Sounds impossible but your hair feels like it’s just been washed……most bizarre. It also smells really nice. I washed my hands in the body wash and at first, once I’d towel dried, they felt sticky. But we came to the conclusion that I’d used too much. After a while they felt very soft and clean. Trying it again, but with a smaller amount, it worked perfectly – no sticky residue.
I can think of so many uses for these products. People with dementia in the later stages, often don’t like water, so these products would help.
But also for children, camping, travelling, and for me, if you’re in hospital. I remember hating the thought of using the hospital bathrooms and this would have been perfect.
Also might be really useful for those frequent occasions when I can’t work out how to use the shower in hotels……😂😂
I’m sure there’s lots of other situations where they’d be ideal.
Obviously, I’d prefer to use water but as an alternative I found them very good. As I say, I don’t usually review products, but these seemed worth a mention. I havn’t a clue how much they cost, so apologies if they’re expensive, but more details can be found at their web site: