- Latex free and alcohol free
- Eliminates odour
- Leaves hair fresh and clean
- Can be heated in a microwave prior to use
Instructions: The shampoo can can be heated prior to use in a microwave. When warming shampoo cap in a microwave, never heat for more that 15 seconds. Microwave heating times will vary according to wattage. After heating, place shampoo cap on head (long hair requires used to bundle hair on top of head prior to placement). Massage hair through shampoo cap until hair feels saturated (approx., 1-2 minutes for shorter hair, 2-3 minutes for longer hair). Excessive tangles or foreign matter in hair can require longer massage times or the use of more than one shampoo cap to complete the cleaning process. Remove shampoo cap and discard the cap in an appropriate container. Towel dry, comb and style hair and desired.
John: more than a year ago
My wife is in week 3of a 7 week stay in hospital and for the first few weeks was unable to shower and this is when your "No Rinse shower cap" is a perfect solution. For two weeks we were able to "Maintain her sanity" as she called it by keeping her clean and smelling nice. The product is easy to use and works perfectly for this situation . Great product.
Frances: more than a year ago
I purchased these shower caps for my son-in-law who recently had cataract surgery. He is used to washing his hair daily when he takes his shower and was concerned about getting water in his eyes...a real no-no during the healing process. He was very pleased with the results.
Connie: more than a year ago
I am a quadroplegic due to spinal muscular atrophy. From time to time I acquire neck and/or back injuries which prevent me from shampooing my hair in my usual manner. These shampoo caps are a godsend at these times. My rating is 4 instead of 5 because I find the slight odor of the caps unpleasant after be heated in the microwave.
Amélie: more than a year ago
The product itself is good and cleans well. The only problem I had was that the cap was much too small! I have waist-length, very thick hair, and I couldn't make all of them fit under the cap. So, I just put it on top of my head (while leaving the hair hanging down), and washed my scalp and hair from the top of the head to my shoulders. The rest of my hair (from shoulders to waist) had to stay dry (fortunately, they weren't oily or dirty looking, so that worked okay for the rest of the day). So I will just avoid the cap in the future, and directly go for the "No Rinse Shampoo" instead.