Heya Ladies! How are you all doing?
Well, in my last review, I had mentioned about a haul that I made at The Natures Co last year in May. I have by now used almost all the products and have mixed reviews on the brand. Till last year, I was not using a particular hair serum or a leave-in conditioner; there was some discrepancy in the billing and I had got a chance to pick up a few more products from their shop 😀 Hence, I thought of trying their “Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream.”
The name “nourishing cream” suggested it will be good for dry hair and because I do have dry hair ends, thought of giving it a try. Initially, I thought tea tree is beneficial only for scalp itchiness and dandruff.
So, here’s a small research I did on benefits of Tea Tree on hair:
- Prevents hair loss.
- Tea tree oil has the ability to normalize oily and dry hair, improving the pH balance and adding moisture or taking it away where necessary.
- Hair Growth – Although tea tree oil cannot help new hair grow, its antiseptic properties help unclog blocked hair follicles so that hair that was previously inhibited can grow again.
- It has anti-fungal properties that aid in ridding numerous scalp problems, which may inhibit hair growth.
So, overall it’s quite medicinal rather than glamorous!
Okay, so now enough of the gyaan. Coming to the review:
Treat your hair to our nourishing goodness of our leave-on Tea Tree hair nourishing cream. It contains tea tree oil that promotes healthy scalp, leaving your hair revitalized and shiny. It also treats scalp infections and fights dandruff.
Directions To Use:
Apply a small amount of this unisex cream to damp hair. Style as required.
Rs. 325 for 125 ml.
My Experience with The Nature’s Co Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream:
It has been 8 months since I have been using this cream, not religiously, but enough for me to review it. I use this just after the shower when my hair is still damp. This product has a very nice, thick, creamy texture, which glides smoothly on the hair. Yes, it does detangle your hair and leave it smooth. Also, it does not leave any residue in the hair, hence does not get greasy at all (I like!) But it definitely does not leave your hair shiny, silky or soft. As mentioned earlier, I have dry hair ends that are prone to frizz. This cream does not help to tame them either.
Yes, I do understand that due to lack of synthetic ingredients like silicones and other conditioners, it cannot transform your tresses, but in that case, I wouldn’t go by what the company claims (not all the claims).
To an extent, it does help fight dandruff, I do not have much dandruff problem though (touchwood!). But during winters, I did notice itching and slight dandruff and that’s when this cream passed the test! 😀 Also, due to the thick texture, not much is required and will last you easily a year (I do have long hair till my waist).
I love the packaging as it is really hygienic and recyclable! It comes in a tube packaging of squeezable plastic material with a flip top lid. This lid is quite tight, hence can be carried for travelling also. Just ensure that there’s not too much load on the tube or it might slur out when you open next, due to pressure.
The smell is quite medicinal and definitely smells tea tree. It may be strong for some noses, but it vanishes by the time your hair dries. Okay, now coming to the final verdict of the product; let’s sum up the pros and cons:
Pros of The Nature’s Co Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream:
- All natural ingredients.
- Thick creamy consistency, will last long (worth the price!).
- Does help fight dandruff and scalp itchiness.
- Quite medicinal and all natural, so will be good for hair in the long run.
- Good hygienic packaging.
- Glides on smoothly, detangling hair.
- It doesn’t make hair oily or greasy.
Cons of The Nature’s Co Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream:
- Does not leave hair shiny or soft as it claims.
- Does not help tame frizz.
- The smell might bother some noses.
Would I Repurchase/Do I Recommend The Nature’s Co Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream?
Yes, for those who are looking for dandruff or scalp issue, can try your luck with this one. I would not repurchase this, as I would prefer a serum that will help me tame my frizz and take care of my dry hair ends. Any Suggestions?
But I do like the thought that goes in all the Nature’s Co products that they are made with all natural ingredients that are beneficial in the long run.
Lots of Love and Luck, Stay blessed!
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