Review: Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Shampoo and Conditioner

Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Shampoo and Conditioner

Finding out about my hair and what it needs is going to be something that continues into 2013 and I’m looking forward to it – my first ‘try’ was from the Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Range, I’ve always loved anything tea tree / minty when it comes to washing my hair so I was ready to jump into the shower and get trying when this pair arrived.

The Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner duo contain special ingredients to help rid your hair of impurities – they mix among other things tea tree oil, peppermint and lavender to help invigorate, moisturise and de-tangle your hair. It is safe for use on colour treated hair and ok for all hair types.

As I keep bringing up (feel like a right moaning minnie) I’ve had an awful bug since before Christmas and it really hit my nasal passages so I have to say it was bliss to step into the shower with this pair as the steam and menthol scent reacted together and really cleared out my passages.

Anyway enough with how it smells and onto how it works, the shampoo really does invigorate your scalp leaving it feeling tingly (in a good way) while the conditioner seems to tame and moisturise. The whole process cleanses your scalp and hair leaving it scented with a fresh minty scent and feeling as though it’s almost the best it can be.

For me this has been right up my street, like I said at the beginning I’m a huge fan of minty scented hair products, it also seemed to suit my hair – though I think in the long term I might team it with something aimed more at dryer hair just to try and even it out a little as I can see this shampoo and conditioner being more right for people with oily hair along with those who suffer with a dry itchy scalp or dandruff.

Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Shampoo and Condition come in a number of different sizes but the 75ml cost £3.91 each from Hairtrade.

Have you tried any of Paul Mitchell’s tea tree range, what do you think of them?

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This article has 4 comments

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  2. Dee

    This is one of the shampoos that ive never tried. I have tried a lot of different products as my hair is very dry due to highlighting. Ive used Bed Head but that seems to be too heavy, matrix is another that doesnt seem to work. I will give this one a go and see how it works. Cheers for the review.

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey

      I really hope it works for you I know how hard it can be finding a shampoo that works for you – many of the mainstream ones leave me hair looking like I have dreadlocks after a few washes. xx

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