How to Use


  1. Apply the foam to dry hair & roots & massage to release dirt, oil & perspiration
  2. Towel dry thoroughly to remove moisture & dirt, leaving hair sparkling clean, odour-free, soft & manageable
  3. Style as usual


  • People usually like to just clean their roots (unless they have short hair) which is where the bulk of the grease, dirt & oil accumulates. If you have long hair & want to wash your ends, I suggest doing small sections of hair at a time & thoroughly massaging dry with a towel before moving on to the next section.
  • You can use a hairdryer to style, but make sure you remove as much moisture (& therefore dirt!) from the hair thoroughly first by towel drying.
  • If you’re washing your full head, don’t forget to massage the foam into the roots & scalp – I find I forget as I’m concentrating on the lengths
  • You can also comb or brush your hair after massaging the foam into your hair & scalp to lift the dirt
  • If the hair is very heavily soiled (only time I’ve needed this was when my daughter ‘painted’ my mother’s bleach blonde hair with an entire tube of magenta lipstick) you can TingTang twice. (foam, massage, remove & repeat)
  • If you don’t have a towel handy, some things I’ve used to remove the moisture & dirt: tissues, old cotton t-shirt, cotton gloves, winter gloves, an e-cloth, the bottom of the t-shirt I was wearing at the time, a dry flannel, whatever is on the top of the washing basket.. I find the smaller it is, the easier it is to manage & massage dry at the roots.
  • If you’re brushing your tots’ mane & come across something stuck in their hair, TingTang is good at removing! I add a little blob of foam to the mess, rub with my fingers & comb through