works well, but smells not so well
Posted by Reviewer3222635 on Aug 18, 2009
This tea tree shampoo works well and cleans thoroughly and keeps hair healthy, but it smells like bug repellent spray.....
smells good, works well for men's short hair...don't get it in your eyes!! It burns!
works ok, could be better....atleast not as harsh as Dr. Bronner's tea tree soap
smells good, that's about it
This soap smells good, but not much else. Does not protect against body odor and the bar of soap finished very fast.
good moisturizer, but wish there was no parabens
This was a good moisturizer, made my skin soft and I could put makeup on quickly after applying it. There really is no scent, I just wish there was no parabens in it.
Not moisturizing enough
Small bottle, finished it FAST and not moisturizing enough.
good hair gel
I use this product as a natural alternative to hair gel before blow-drying and flat ironing my hair. It works well to moisturize my hair in a natural way.
Not really what I wanted
This cocoa butter is chunky, churned curds that are hard to smooth onto skin. I microwaved the jar and then it was a little easier to smooth onto skin, but still not really what I was looking for....I wish it was easier to lather on skin.
This shea butter saved my dry skin this winter!! I was so dry and itchy, but this shea butter really helped moisturize during the winter...rubs on smoothly and smells ok too!
developed bumps and knotts in underarm
I was very excited to use this "natural" deodorant because I wanted to avoid the harmful aluminum chemical deodorants. It smelled good and kept me fairly dry and odor-free, but after 1-2 weeks of use I developed very painful bumps and knotts in both my underarms under the skin. I stopped using the product and the bumps and knotts went away within a day. I tried using the unscented version of this deodorant and I did not develop the bumps, but the unscented version did not really keep me odor free:( Still searching for a natural deodorant that works....
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