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Showing posts with label Best Products. Show all posts

Scalp problems? Try the Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Shampoo | Review

In our search of natural products for our hair, the biggest quest is to find a sodium laureth – lauryl sulfate free shampoo. And even better, one that has natural ingredients instead of artificial ones.

That’s why the Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Shampoo is the subject today of my review: this particular invigorating type of shampoo is enriched with certified organic botanicals – and that means no harsh chemicals.


I have seborrheic dermatitis and have always had to depend on medicated products, both ‘over the counter’ and prescription, which almost all contain sulfates. I tried this, and saw an immediate improvement, in fact, a lot of my scalp problems seem to have been related to the sulfates. tea tree oil shampoo

This works better than anything else I've ever used, especially if I also do a mild apple cider vinegar rinse between my shampoo and conditioner once every week or two to adjust the pH level of my scalp (1 T. ACV to one cup of water slowly poured over head an squished in).

It leaves no lingering smell. Used too often it can further aggravate your scalp. Other tea tree oil products I've tried do not compare, including Paul Mitchell.


You need to leave the Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat (what a name, huh?) on your head for a few minutes for most benefit. I only wash with the shampoo about every 7-10 days, "co-washing" (washing with the conditioner) in between as needed.


I like the conditioner, too. It's not heavy  and is sufficient for most as a daily conditioner. If you feel you need some additional conditioning, their Direct Leave-In Conditioner is very good, too - very moisturizing but not at all heavy or greasy.


5 stars!

Tea tree oil acne beauty products worth buying

So you want to buy tea tree oil products?
There are lots of products containing Australian Tea tree oil for acne, as this oil it’s becoming more known.
But, which are really worth buying?
In this list, I will try to provide you with some recommendations and reviews about the best beauty products using organic Tea Tree oil that really do work when treating acne, pimples, back acne and oily skin.
Very mild and very refreshing, removes the last traces of makeup which haven’t been removed through wipes. Helps keep your skin clean. It doesn't sting, burn or dry out your skin. I use it to refresh my face mid-day, or to set my makeup if I'm feeling powdery.
It feels amazing when you spray it on. It’s a great toner for oily and acne prone skin. Does not irritate your skin and makes it feel fresh and hydrated.
Dr. Bronner Tea Tree Oil Organic Soap (bar and liquid versions)
Great for acne and body acne,  just make sure - unless you have very oily skin - to moisturize afterwards. Keeps pores truly clear, my skin is a lot smoother after rinsing and the scent does not linger (which is good, cause the scent is not so great). If you want to know how to get rid of back acne, this would be the best answer to that question.
It's not a miracle product but it really works! It comes in a pump bottle (very sanitary) and it leaves your skin feeling really matte and smooth. I don't think it matters if you use it during the day or night. It’s really easily absorbed, moisturizing - but non-greasy at all. Recommended for oily skin. Keeps away little breakouts.
Face Wash:
You can read my review of this *wonderful* face wash here.


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