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Tea Tree Oil Products, Part III: Hair Care

Welcome to my third and final post in this tea tree oil products series. Today I've picked out a few very special hair and scalp products containing tea tree oil that are designed to correct dry, itchy, flaky unbalanced scalps, as well as lackluster, brittle hair. If you have any favorites of your own, please leave a comment and let me know more about them!

Paul Mitchell has a whole range of tea tree products. One that I've specifically heard a great deal about is his Tea Tree Hair and Scalp Treatment ($11.99). It has a great invigorating sensation and smell and is believed to soothe, calm and moisturize the texture of the skin on your scalp as well as condition, repair and protect your hair.

For two more tea tree oil products for your hair,

Kiehl's Tea Tree Oil Shampoo ($18) is recommended for those with normal to oily scalps. It helps soothe, stimulate, moisturize, nurture and condition the scalp. Simultaneously, it provides a gentle cleanse that won't strip your hair, so it's a good everyday shampoo.

Jason Natural Tea Tree Oil Hair & Scalp Normalizing Conditioner ($7.49) is a great product if you are looking to help cure an irritated scalp. Not only does it contain tea tree oil, but it's also got jojoba oil to lubricate and moisturize. Aloe vera gel and sea algae extract hydrate and plump up your hair fibers. For optimal results, use after shampooing with a tea tree oil shampoo, massage it into your hair and scalp, and leave it on anywhere from one to fifteen minutes.

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Greentea1203 Greentea1203 9 years
I just bought Organix Tea Tree and Mint shampoo and conditioner at Target ($6.99 each) and it smells so good--wakes me up in the morning! I've only used it one day, but it did make my hair softer, smell good and seem thicker.
suheilly13 suheilly13 9 years
Good to know because I have very fine ahir so it is very brittle at the ends.
PrincessTracy PrincessTracy 9 years
I have a self-adjusting tea tree oil shampoo that I haven't used....maybe I'll take it out....
wishbone317 wishbone317 9 years
We so love the Paul Mitchell tea tree products. We spent a lot for them, but have loved the fragrance and tingle!
tati33 tati33 9 years
Hmm on the Paul Mitchell one...maybe I should try it out..Jason has always been a brand i've seen in the local health food stores.. does anyone know if this is good for oily scalp/dry hair..that is my issue ..
daneen924 daneen924 9 years
Another great product is Paul Mitchell's Tea Tree Special Shampoo. The unique combination of tea tree oil, peppermint, and lavender not only clean hair and scalp without over-drying, it also smells heavenly. When I used to use this in college (remember communal bathrooms?), all of the girls would comment on the fragance!
nomerz nomerz 9 years
I use Kiehl's, but it's just ok. I breakout along the nape of my neck and have slight dandruff so maybe I'll try the PM stuff.
terryt18 terryt18 9 years
Still totally loving the tea tree spotlight!
ericakine ericakine 9 years
Paul Mitchell tea tree products are the best! My scalp has never felt so clean and refreshed... it's like an instantly cooling feeling. I highly recommend this, get for dandruff problems!
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