It is a white powder that when applied leaves a whitish coating to your skin and in your hair. After about 15 minutes though, it is totally absorbed into your skin or hair. It leaves a soft, satin feel to your skin and is light on your scalp.
It pours easily out of one larger hole in the top; however, there are a group of smaller holes to help control the amount that is applied. A quarter sized amount will cover your scalp, concentrating on the roots. Within about 15 minutes it is absorbed, removing that greasy, dirty look that you get without shampooing on a regular basis.
The scent of this powder is very sweet. It reminds me of carrot cake, sweet but not sickeningly so. It leaves you smelling like you have been in a bakery for hours. The scent lingers for about 4 hours and is not overwhelming, more like a sweet hint of something special to come.
Doing the scientific thing, I refrained from washing my hair for 2 days. Taking and pouring a small amount into the palm of my hand and sprinkling in onto the roots of my hair. I brushed it through the entire length of my hair. After about 15 minutes the powder was absorbed into my hair where it was unnoticable and did make it look cleaner and definately smell better.
Rubbing the powder onto your skin, it leaves a white residue for a while before absorbing into your skin. Once it absorbs it is soft and silky leaving a sweet smell that lingers for hours.
The refreshing powder comes in a plastic container that is shaped like a regular powder dispenser. It contains .50g or 1.7oz of powder. The container is 6 1/2" in circumference and 4" tall. It is tan and pink, depicting the name and basic application instructions.
Ingredients include: Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Silica, Parfum (Fragrance), Caprylyl Glycol, Propolyne Glycol, Aqua (Water), Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria), Flower Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Benzyl Benzonate, Lemonine, Eugenol, Coumarin, Citral
May contain: (+/-) Iron Oxides