Don’t Be So Clingy: Static Schmatic

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As the weather gets colder, I start to layer my clothing and wear a lot of hats. One thing I can’t stand is clingy clothes and fly-away hair. Static Schmatic sent me The Basic Essentials Kit, which includes anti static spray for clothes and hair, to review. Static Schmatic products claim to be a useful and easy way to manage static electricity while leaving no scent or residue. I certainly put their products to the test!

About Static Schmatic

  • Made with Pure, All-Natural ingredients
  • Environmentally Safe
  • Made in the USA
  • Does not test on animals
  • Free of harmful chemicals, toxins, scents, grease
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Gluten-Free
  • Made in small batches

 

Static Schmatic

If only Static Schmatic could fold laundry…

Static Schmatic comes in 3-ounce spray bottles. They have anti-static spray for:

  • Hair
  • Clothes (This variety also comes in a 12-ounce bottle.)
  • Kids
  • Pets
  • Men’s

One bottle is $8 USD (except Hair – $12). I received a sample of the clothes and hair – perfect for the winter!

Experience

Static Schmatic for Hair claims it is perfect for maintaining a great blowout. I had a keratin treatment done right before so I was a little nervous to apply this directly to my hair. It doesn’t have any harsh ingredients (distilled water, plant-based soap, coconut oil, glycerin and salt), so I decided to give it a whirl. I sprayed a few inches away, and it not only smelled fresh (kind of like baby powder), but it tamed my flyaways. It didn’t coat my hair or leave any build-up. It definitely helped keep my hair in place, especially after I took off my beanie hat. I also sprayed Static Schmatic directly on my hairbrush and on the inside of my hat. Next time I go to the salon, I will introduce Static Schmatic to my hairdresser since all of the styling tools she uses cause static. My hairdresser has to tame my wild locks with creams or serums so this would be a quick, organic way to manage my unruly pieces.

Static Schmatic for Hair

I do all of the laundry in my household. There is nothing worse than going for an article of clothing in the laundry basket and feel that electric energy running through your veins. That’s why I decided to keep Static Schmatic Solution for Clothes in a drawer in my guest room. I empty the laundry basket on the bed and spray with Static Schmatic. Not only is it an all-natural alternative to dryer sheets, but all of the clothes are now static free and extra clean from the quick spritz. Static Schmatic Solution for Clothes now accompanies me when I go clothing shopping. This has prevented me from getting shocked on multiple occasions and has saved time when deciding whether or not the clothing is a “yes” or “no.” If I wear layers, I spray this on each piece to reduce static – no one likes getting shocked!

I hope that Static Schmatic will come out with a bottle specifically for linens. I have been using the one on clothing for my dog’s blanket on my bed, their dog beds, and the carpet. I know it says the sprays are odorless, but they seem to have a fresh, clean, baby powder smell to me. It’s super refreshing.

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I think Static Schmatic is great. I love how they are people, pet, and planet friendly. My hair and clothing static has been drastically reduced. I am happy to use and support a business like Static Schmatic that actually cares about the ingredients they are putting in the bottle. Static Schmatic – I give you a thumbs up!

Visit Static Schmatic‘s website and check out their social media links on Facebook, You TubeInstagram and Pinterest.

Namaste.

Disclosure: I received two bottles of  Static Schmatic  complimentary for review purposes. All opinions within are my own. If you are interested in having your product on Realm of Vibes, e-mail realmofvibesdg@gmail.com for more information or fill out the form on my Contact page.

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