Also for those who use tea tree products, would you recommend any other brands other than body shop? coz its seems where im from the most prominent tea tree range is from the bodyshop...
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I been usin' tha' oil for my toenails... I've always had problems with 'em. stuffs DA' BOMB!!! I've only ever seen tha' Bodyshop stuff.
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I had some American Crew Tea Tree shampoo and I enjoyed it, but I liked Aveda Rosemary Mint more, so that's what I'm using now. Still it was great stuff.
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I used to love using tea tree oil shampoo and conditioner but once my hair gets to its characteristic afro/mop length the tea tree products do not moisturize at the level I need. A shame really, because I also love that tingle! You can't beat how clean the smell and tingle of tea tree oil makes you feel.
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I'm a bit of a fan of Tea Tree oil products. I had been a long time user of Paul Mitchel, but after a long term leave from tea tree oil, I came back. But I'm using products from the brand Holista. If I am not mistaken, they are out of Vancouver, Canada. I find it just as good as Paul Mitchel, but a bit less pricey ( not that PM is that expensive).
I did purchase a small book on tea tree oil and its usage :
It is an OK reference guide.
Just like the rest of you , I do love that tingle . Not to mention its better for my hair and body than anything else I've tried
As one of many guests in my friend's house in Iowa (I was visiting for her wedding), I stole a bit of shampoo and conditioner from someone's Organix Tea Tree and Mint bottles and it is fantastic stuff. Highly recommended.
Last edited by whosyourcaddy05; 26th August 2008 at 12:55 AM.
I tried both the shampoo and conditioner and I thought they were both fantastic. Didn't dry my hair out nearly as much as tea tree normally does.
Last edited by whosyourcaddy05; 26th August 2008 at 03:30 AM.