I’ve found my summer salvation within the unlikely form of the product called Waves Sea Spray. This is a natural, corn starch-based hair styling spray that’s a fantastic multitasker that functions as a dry shampoo and controls frizz. Natural hair styling treatments that eshew shine, solvents and chemical polymers -giving silicone a normal hair spray relies on are an excellent idea. The issue is the natural alternatives are unsuccessful on functionality. Then when I had been provided a corn starch-based spray to examine, my expectations were near zero. I could not have had less reasons for pessimism; Eco-friendly Glam Waves Sea Spray ($26.99) is a fantastic product. I utilized Waves Sea Spray as advised, scrunching by hand and spraying on to dry hair. Additionally, it may be utilized on damp hair that’s subsequently blow waved to good effect. My hair that is wavy becomes impossibly frizzy in humid weather which spray kept things in check throughout the day. This really isn’t a product for glossy shine. As the name implies, believe shore waves (but those of the calm, clear day, as opposed to the consequence of a scattered typhoon). The largest surprise was before I have to wash my hair that I can go another day. Waves Sea Spray gets the effect of the dry shampoo. I’m thinking that this is because of the corn starch, which blots up extra oil. Anyway, itis an excellent bonus from the product that had already exceeded my expectations. Nearly all one other ingredients are doing their component for healthy hair. An interesting inclusion is saccharina longicruris, a seaweed with a laminaran that enhances collagen production (source) and there is plenty of research to present its anti-aging prowess. There are at least 2 ingredients which will help hair development by promoting blood circulation to the follicle – ginger and caffein. So I found myself particularly pleased that I ‘d a styling/taming tool that enhances my Reality Vitality hair development regimen. The single downside to my Green Glam Waves Sea Spray is the fact that my husband has forever “borrowed ” it. He’snot a hair gel type of guy and depends on some peculiar force of antigravity to keep his hair pushed back away his forehead. But, he has been given a serious instance of floppy bangs syndrome by the humid weather. It’s unbecoming and one of his guy friends noted about it over lunch. I suggested he was really pleased and try my new spray to observe that it worked a goody – until I realized I ‘d never get it back.