Saturday, 30 May 2015

Review: Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Hair and Scalp Treatment



As you may have seen in my first Pink Parcel box opening, I received the Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Hairand Scalp Treatment which I was very excited about! So, today I decided to review it since I’ve used up the 22ml sample Pink Parcel supplied me with!

Now obviously I received this product as part of a monthly subscription so I only received a sample of the product, not a whole size container of it. However, I think with this product a little really would go a long way. I only had a 22ml sachet and I think I got 5 or 6 uses out of it, and as you’ve seen in my photos, I have relatively long hair – and I did use it all over my hair every time.
Full price for a 500ml bottle of this is around £25-£30 and I have linked you to the product at the start of the post if you would like to shop this product. So, for the price you are paying for a full bottle of this, it has to be worth it.

So here’s my verdict.

I used the product all over my scalp and all the way down the rest of my hair. I didn’t actually massage it for the 3-5 minutes that it suggests but that’s just because I’m lazy. However, when I did rinse it off after about a minute and a half to two minutes of massaging, my hair felt noticeably different. It’s that really nice feeling you get after using a really good conditioner and it felt really good.

Tea tree for me always has a cooling effect on whatever area of my body I use it on and I found that after I had used this, my scalp felt very cool and refreshed. This sounds weird, and it was a weird feeling for me at first but once you get used to it it’s actually really nice. If you suffer with sensitive scalp, this may be of use to you. I found the cooling effect really refereshing because I often get an itchy scalp (it’s not nits, I promise I just have a really sensitive scalp) and using this product really cooled and soothed it which was really nice for me.

Another thing I noticed with this product was that it changed how my hair felt quite drastically really. I could see the improvement on the damaged ends of my hair and my hair honestly felt amazing. I was going round getting everyone in my family to feel it because it honestly felt so soft!
Overall, I thought this was a really good product and I really enjoyed using it! 

I hope you enjoyed this little review - I feel like it's been ages since I did a proper review for you! 

See you next time!

Love, Becca
-xoxo

8 comments:

  1. That mask looks lovely! I've never tried Paul Mitchell products before but I've heard their leave in conditioners are really good
    Dalal xo monochromedaisies.blogspot.com

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    1. I'd never tried any Paul Mitchell products either but I really, really liked this one! I've never tried a leave in conditioner either, really need to get myself educated in hair products! x

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  2. This sounds really nice, I've never heard of this before. Great Review Becca x

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    1. I hadn't heard of it either but as you can tell, I really really enjoyed using it!! Thanks Katie, glad you enjoyed it! X

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  3. Ooo that looks really cool I wane to try it hopefully it works with my hair rype

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  4. Thanks for this post is very informative and interesting.all the points are very useful. Simple but very effective writing. Thanks for sharing such a nice post.

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