Made with invigorating tea tree, mint, eucalyptus and rosemary for clean, healthy scalp and hair.
Oh, how I just love organic products! Let me share to you my latest hair care rave : my Avalon Organics Tea Tree Mint Shampoo and Conditioner!
It’s no secret that my scalp is very, very sensitive that I apply medicine on my scalp once in a while to prevent it from acting up. With that, my scalp gets really uncomfortable with commercial shampoos out there. With that, I have found solace with organic hair care. They have less chemicals in them, and are more mild, and not to mention, they smell heavenly pure!
Experiencing a bath with my new Avalon Organics Tea Tree Mint Treatment Shampoo gave my scalp a slight tingle, giving my scalp a soothing feel. Less lather, as expected, without the usual SLS ( sodium laureth sulfate ) found in commercial shampoos, but there was lather. Rinsing it off, my hair was really stiff, that it really needed a good conditioner to tame my tresses. Letting my hair get pampered with the Tea Tree Mint Conditioner was a great comfort, as I haven’t been using conditioners lately with the reason that with my medication, commercial conditioners tend to aggravate and make my scalp itchy. With the Tea Tree Mint Conditioner, my scalp feels calm , as it does not aggravate and make my scalp itch. Pure heaven.
With that , my hair is softer, and less dry from the harsh medicinal treatments that I’ve been undergoing. It’s not exactly sleek straight, but my hair feels softer, feels comfort with the reviving grace that the Tea Tree Treatment Conditioner gives.
I think I’ll be going back to Healthy Options for organic hair treats. They’re a great match with my hair, I’m glad. Of course, did I forget to mention that they’re very affordable? At roughly 300- 350 pesos ( I can’t remember exact figure ), this is quite a steal for a 400ml product! The Avalon Organics Tea Tree Mint Treatment combo ( shampoo and conditioner ) is great for those who have sensitive scalps, dandruff, or even those wanting to stray away from commercial products and try something natural. It’s a refreshing change!
How about you? Tried any organic products lately?