Nice, but abit too watery and dries out hair,
Posted by Enviotonin on Dec 14, 2013
So far i have use it once, the smell is pleasant and has abit of cooling feeling. But i worth say this product isnt really value for money, as its pretty too watery compare to those big brand shampoos, so need to use twice the normal amount of shampoo i usually used. And the shampoo is pretty drying expected, since tea tree and mint are normally drying. So make sure to use conditioner after washing. And not recommend for people who to use hair conditioners after washing, or have dry hair.
It smells good
Posted by NaturallyMisha on Dec 20, 2013
Makes my scalp itchy
Quite disappointing - a lot of friction when shampooing my hair.
Posted by SavoringLife on Dec 22, 2013
Don't think I will rebuy this shampoo. I don't know why but it creates a lot of friction with my hair. When I put it on my hair, shampooing my hair feels like playing with sandpaper. Nevertheless, I thought this was supposed to be a good brand so I persevered and used it religiously for almost a month already. The friction is still there, though significantly less. I don't know whether it is the shampoo's poor quality or it is really doing something to "normalize" my hair. The smell is nice though.
Biotin Thickening is better
Posted by Reviewer1051105 on Dec 29, 2013
I find that the Thickening shampoo by the same brand it better. i have Oily hair but I find that the thickening shampoo makes my hair feel cleaner. I found Tea Tree or Mint too strong.
Posted by 5740052962462300392 on Dec 30, 2013
Works for me, but strong smell can be an obstacle for someone...