Nature's Gate, Shampoo, Tea Tree, Calming, 18 fl oz (532 ml)
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not suitable for dry, curly hair. good for oily hair
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Posted by iepurasmic on Nov 30, 2013
This is much better suited for people that have oily hair. I have dry, curly hair and I find that this shampoo only makes the texture of my hair worse. It is not a bad shampoo by any means. It does a good job of cleansing the scalp and hair of dandruff. If your hair is oily/greasy, you probably won't encounter any issues with this shampoo. In fact, you might just fall in love with it. It contains rosemary and witch hazel which are good for reducing oiliness.
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so-so but not irritate
Posted by fleesinfox on Mar 06, 2014
as I still got dandruff and flaky on my head, I don't think this one should recommended. Anyway, it is not so bad as I feel no irritation on my hair.
Ni fu ni fa
Posted by 4747186735140795553 on Sep 03, 2014
Normalito. Limpia bien el pelo y lo deja suelto pero no noto nada especial. No hace nada por la grasa del cuero cabelludo
Good but dries my hair
Posted by wanderingwonderingfinding on Oct 02, 2014
I used both shampoo and conditioner. My scalp felt better (usually is dry, itchy and dandruffy) but I felt it really dried my hair and needed a lot of conditioner, which, if not careful, left it oily. I don't know, didn't quite liked the combo. Won't buy again.
Please excuse my english.
where's the tea tree?
Posted by jasminem on Nov 06, 2014
this is a decent shampoo overall, but i was expecting a whole lot more tea tree in there, since that's what it's supposed to be -- tea tree shampoo. i ended up adding several drops of tea tree essential oil into the bottle to beef up the scent.