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Q:I need a gluten free dry shampoo for my dog, who can't have water baths very often. I know you don't test on animals, but is this safe to use a little bit on my dog? Her ears get greasy when I can't bathe her.Asked on 7/22/2015 by Nicole
A:Lush products were not designed to be ingested, which is a possibility when it comes to pet shampoo. Before using No Drought on your pet, I'd recommend cross-referencing the ingredients with SPCA's toxicity list.Answered on 7/25/2015 by Myriam from Lush Direct
Q:I am East Asian with extremely dark black hair. Is this whiteness of the powder very opaque? I don't want to look like I dumped flour in my scalp.Asked on 6/10/2015 by Chelsea from Toronto, Canada
A:I have dark hair as well and it does leave a bit of gray sheen if not brushed away completely, but it's not very noticeable!Answered on 6/12/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Can you confirm that the talc you use in the shampoo is completely asbestos free?Asked on 7/20/2014 by Cath
A:Our talc is completely asbestos free.Answered on 9/12/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Hi! I was reccommended to use this and with the Blousy shampoo. I have red hair thats bright and color treated. And I know that anything citric can strip out the color and even the person I had talked to on the phone said this, but she says this certain product would be real good.
I just wanted to double check if its okay to use both of them together still? Since I want to keep the color while not having to wash my hair as much and I hear this is the perfect one.Asked on 1/28/2014 by Varunee the new Lushie addict
A:Seeing that you are not technically washing the hair with the No Drought the citrus oils will not strip the colour from your hair. Since you don't have to wash your hair as often when using a dry shampoo, it will actually help your colour from fading faster.Answered on 1/29/2014 by Anonymous
Q:How long can a bottle (4.6oz) last?Asked on 11/7/2012 by Cora from Toronto
A:No Drought has a shelf life of 14 months from the date that it's made, and since there isn't a pre-determined amount or frequency for it to be used, how long a bottle lasts will vary from person to person. It all depends on how much of it you use every time (and even that depends on many factors including how long and thick your hair is!), and how often you use it!Answered on 11/8/2012 by Brandy from LUSH