Prior to use, the powder is light and fluffy, a white tint to it. It looks heavy, though upon feeling it on your fingers you will notice just how light it really is. It is thick enough during use to work, but light enough that you won't feel it at all once you've applied it and either feathered it across the skin or brushed it into the hair. There are no clumps, and the powder pours quickly, so caution should be taken!
Powder on my hand, and then after being rubbed in:
The aroma is listed on the product page as "undefined". In the tin, the powder smells quite strong, though once applied to the body it is far less powerful. It has a floral scent to it, though determining which flower or flowers you are smelling may present a bit of a challenge. Though the powder smells wonderful, it is not edible and should not be tasted. Should any of it be consumed, it will leave a bitter taste in your mouth.
As a body powder, Bianco breeze leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth, very silky in fact! It leaves a nice scent and helps to prevent sweating. It can be used all over or just in trouble areas such as in the creases of the elbows, behind the knees, and around the breast area. Once applied, the powder can last anywhere up to 7 or 8 hours, depending on how much you sweat or whether or not you are doing something to rub it off through out the day. You may either pour the amount desired in your hand (though be careful, it pours fast!) and apply to your body, or use a powder poof.
For your hair, Bianco breeze reduces the amount of oil, allowing more time to go in between washes. You will pour a small amount into your hands, apply anywhere on the scalp line, and brush in with a comb or hair brush. It will absorb the oil instantly, and once brushed in fully you can not see it at all. You can have an extra couple of days in between washings even if you have oily hair!
The powder comes in a tall tin with a pink bottom, silver around the lid and a black top. There is nothing about the packaging that leads to believe that this product came from a site such as EdenFantasys, and it is easy to store as well. The tin holds 4.4 oz of powder and stands at 6" tall from base to the top of the lid.
Though the product packaging does not have a list of ingredients, the product page lists them as: Zea Mays (Corn) startch, Silica, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Ale Barbedensis Leaf Juice, Organic Chamomille Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Organic Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Caprylyl Glycol, Parfum, Phenoxyethanol, Sorbic Acid, and Tocobiol.
To use the product, you will first want to remove the pink and white sticker which is covering the holes the powder pours through. Once that is done, turn the dial on top until the holes in the lid and the cover match up and the powder can pour through them. To close, turn the dial the opposite way and then store! Unfortunately, though, the dial does not turn easily, and it is sometimes impossible to close for a while until it works itself loose.
I used this product primarily for my hair to reduce oil. As a body powder, this worked very well and I did enjoy the way my skin felt, and liked the smell, of course. I preferred this in my hair simply because I don't use body powder too often, and when I do, I prefer one of my other powders I've gotten from this site. Dry shampoo was something I'd never used in the past, and I was excited to give it a try! My mom and I both used this product the day I got it. She often uses oils in her hair to keep it hydrated, but she put a little too much in, so as soon as she applied the powder it soaked it up! Her hair didn't look oily or greasy at all!
I am unable to wash my hair more than every other day, because it will get very dry and my scalp gets itchy. This allowed me to go an extra day without washing, and no need for extra products in my hair! The oils soak up and all that is left is a great scent!