I tried this out for maybe 2 weeks and just couldn't use it any longer. My scalp is oily and sensitive, but my actual hair is dry, color-treated (hi-lights), and damaged. This conditioner provided absolutely no moisture at all, instead it made my hair even more dry and brittle. The individual hairs are fine, but I have a lot of hair. Most stylists say to me "Gosh, your hair is thick." Needless to say, I took this conditioner back and got something else that was better for my hair type. This may work for some people, but it definitely doesn't work for me. I hope this helped.
Strong medicine mint smell. Left my fine hair greasy and weighed down. Like I had alot of product in it. Returned it after 3 uses.
The matching shampoo for this conditioner is terrible & overly drying. However, I didn't find it as necessary to bash this conditioner because it wasn't nearly as bad as the shampoo. I still will not buy this shampoo & conditioner ever again. This conditioner has absoloutley no moisture in it whatsoever (which is kind of the point of using conditioner). I guess it wasn't meant to be. I love the smell though.
I use this after the shampoo and i find it really conditionning without making my hair greasy. Its my favorite conditionner of the moment the only thing i don't like about it and i know its gonna sound very weird is that it kinda smells horsey... i don't know if its just me but as a horseback rider i cant help but be reminded of a stable when i use it. thankfully the shampoo's smell is much stronger and when i sniff my hair after it will be minty. but really, you should try it
Though I love the Tea Tree shampoo, the conditioner is useless unless you have fine, oily hair. As I have the exact opposite, this gave me absolutely no moisture at all.
Perfect lightweight conditioner! My hair is fine and I can't use anything too heavy or it really weighs it down. This conditioner is super light, rectangles my hair, and leaves it soft and bouncy. I love it <3
I used this with the tea tree invigorating shampoo. This is definitely not the most conditioning conditioner i've used, however it helped fight my dandruff!
I had tried all sorts of dandruff shampoos, and the tea tree combo got rid of mine the best. My DH also uses this when his dandruff starts to get bad and he loves it.
the smell is strong, makes the whole house smell like mint, which i don't mind.... but i could see some minding.
I would buy it again
This is a good detangler, but it does not moisturize at all. My hair got really dry and frizzy after using this daily for a week. If you like using tea tree oil, try using Giovanni products instead. They are better quality at a similar price.
I used this conditioner in conjunction with the matching Paul Mitchell shampoo (reviewed separately). While the shampoo was not to my liking, I really did like this conditioner. It lightly conditioned my hair, didn't weigh it down, and did not seem to aggravate my seborrheic dermatitis. However, I think time took its toll and the peppermint oil (and possible tea tree oil) made my scalp very sensitive and irritated. I used this conditioner with different shampoos and did not develop sores and scabs on my scalp, so this product was not responsible for those. This product does smell kinda funky, but it's an earthy, minty smell and I actually like it. I don't like the sweet, coconut-y smell of Paul Mitchell's other conditioners.
Since the Tea Tree shampoo is brilliant and a tad drying, I thought this conditioner would be very moisturizing. Boy was I wrong. My dry, thick, color-treated waves need way more moisture than this conditioner gives. However, this would probably work really well as a CO wash or for fine haired ladies, and I can rub it on my roots without fear of weighing them down, but not as a regular conditioner on thirsty hair.