I shifted to sulphate-free shampoos about an year back and I first started off with the Body Shop Rain-forest range. It worked well But since then I have switched to many other shampoos because I never use the same shampoo continuously. So recently I got myself two shampoos one is this Giovanni tea-tree shampoo and the other is FE Sandalwood and Vetiver cleanser which has already been reviewed.
Giovanni is a US brand and I heard about it on Youtube first. This shampoo has no SLS or SLES and is free of paraben and dyes. Giovanni does not test on animals and the product is 100% vegetarian. And the moment I read this I was like I got to try this. 🙂
What the product says:
Tea Tree Triple Treat Shampoo features a blend of rosemary oil, thyme oil, nettle oil, chamomile oil, and tea tree oil which combine to soothe and revitalize your scalp. Vitamin E, trace minerals and soybean proteins help to nourish and revitalize skin cells. Contains no Laurel/Laureth Sulfates. Enriched with Certified Organic Botanicals. No animal by products. Cruelty free.
My experience with Giovanni Tea-Tree Invigorating Shampoo:
The shampoo is a clear liquid and the consistency is on the runny side. I usually mix my shampoo with 3parts water because it lathers well and not a lot of product is used. Since this shampoo contains peppermint and eucalyptus it has a very minty smell which I totally love right now. It is so refreshing and energizing in summers. Despite being a sulphate free shampoo, it lathers really well and does a very good job in clearing my scalp. The moment I apply this I do get a very cooling and tingling sensation on my scalp which feels awesome.
I can still feel the cooling once I wash it off and my scalp is squeaky clean. I have used it after oiling and it did a decent job at it but a little more product needs to be used. It works like a clarifying shampoo for me. It also worked on my flakes and reduced them to some extent. The only downside for some might be that it can be a little drying on the hair. So it is good to follow it with a hydrating or moisturizing conditioner. I am using my Avalon Tea-tree mint conditioner with it and they both work very well together. I would be reviewing the conditioner too for you guys soon.
The packaging is simple and sturdy and it has a flip cap which opens and closes with ease. Overall I have no complains with this shampoo and it is definitely a must try product for those who like a shampoo that clears the scalp off all the gunk and residue.
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Definitely worth a try. Highly recommend it.
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