Transform your 'no shower day' into an ‘exceptional hair day' with this nearly edible, dry shampoo. Fat and the Moon doesn’t get behind chemy ingredients, which is why this all-natural, vegan, mane-loving formula is made with herbs and plants only. The cocoa powder adds a yum factor and a little color; that way, your hair—no matter the shade—doesn't look all dull and powdery. Our herbalist-formulated hair care products are created for all hair types, all genders, and all backgrounds.
It ain’t great for the health of your hair and scalp to wash your hair every day. Upon inspection of many a dry shampoo out there, even the products deeming themselves "natural" harbor some questionable and downright chemy ingredients. Any powder you are applying that close to your grill should damn well be edible. But beware! The combination of Lavender and Chocolate singing in your locks may siren song you towards an expensive chocolate bar binge.
Extend the good (hair) days with our dry shampoo with plastic-free packaging. The arrowroot starch and clay absorb excess oil, giving your hair more time to shine without going flat. We top it off with a bit of lavender oil to calm the scalp and a lively vibe.
For economical and exact application, dip a makeup brush into the powder and tap off the excess. Part your hair at its oiliest sections and apply the powder using the brush. Once you’ve applied the powder to your satisfaction, turn your head upside down and brush through. Violà! You’re now a chocolate-crowned God/dess.
Lasts 6 months. Store in a cool and dry place. Our products are organic and freshly made-to-order products. We do not use toxins that make things last forever.
Arrowroot Powder (Maranta arundinacea)*
Cocoa Powder (Theobroma cacao)*
Kaolin Clay, Silica, Lavender (Lavandula spp.)*
& Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea)* Essential Oil
^Ethically & Safely Wildcrafted
2 oz Compostable Paper Tube.
Fat and the Moon
As an herbalist, Budde has a passion for plant bodies and human bodies. She sees the skin as the organ of our edge- the place where we meet the world. Our edges are the places we grow and change. Her purpose in birthing Fat and the Moon, is to provide intentionally made potions to support that fertile edge.