Giovanni • triple treat tea tree conditioner • Conditioner
|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Medium, Cool Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This conditioner is amazing! I love any product with tea tree oil extract and this was perfect for my hair. I was getting compliments on how my hair looked a lot sleeker/shinier and define in its curls. My hair has become a lot healthier too with less split ends.
During the first time of application, my scalp felt an immediate tingling and cooling sensation from the pepper-mint.
On the flip side, that sensation didn't appear again on my +2nd use. This conditioner doesn't help with detangling the hair nor does it make it softer/smoother.
I would definitely be buying this again and recommend it to anyone who wants healthy hair that doesn't care about the detangling/softness factor.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
While I love the matching shampoo and the smell of this conditioner, for my purposes, it's not my favorite. I've been looking for a good conditioner for conditioner cleansing and I thought since a lot of the extracts and oils in the conditioner were very cleansing that it would be great. But it just doesn't condition my hair enough. I usually rinse my hair with a baking soda rinse for 30 seconds, then use a HEFTY amount of conditioner that I massage for a minute, then let sit while I wash myself and shave. I rinse thoroughly and finish with an apple cider vinegar rinse. Even though the texture is great and it definitely cleans, I'm left with straw-like, frizzy hair. This surprised me since my hair is a bit more on the oilier side. I've never had this issue with other conditioners that I've tried as cleansing conditioners. I've started making my own conditioner and I'm happy with that, but I'm still looking for a conditioner that I can keep on hand when I don't have the time to make my recipe. So far, Organix Coconut Milk is the best as far as results and price. As much as I love Gionvanni products, this particular one didn't make the grade for my hair. Although it does work great for shaving my legs. But if someone is looking for a lightweight conditioner for thin, oily hair, it's worth a try with the shampoo.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Shiny, sleek, soft. In combination with matching shampoo, hair looks shiny and sleek, a tad stiff but still soft.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Tea Tree oil is my favorite hair and skin product ingredient. This conditioner works wonders on my dry, coarse hair. It softens, untangles, and gives it a nice shine. I switch out my conditioners with this one regularly. It has a nice tingly tea tree scent too!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I LOVE THIS PRODUCT! Moisturises my hair without weighing it down. It provides enough slip for me, I don't get that usually for most organic conditioners that i have tried (Akin, EO, etc) I hate the packaging with the stylish looking but hard to use squarish cap. Price wise it's a little pricey, it's at SGD$12.80 for 250ml but it'll be more worth it to get it at the industrial 1 litre size. I have near shoulder length asian hair, thick with each strand being coarse and get rather unruly when it's short and not blown without a hairdryer.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got an entire bottle as a sample years ago and I thought it was completely useless because it wasn't moisturizing enough for my dry, highlighted hair (as a point of reference, I use Biolage's conditioning balm as my daily conditioner + their leave in). I set it aside because I felt guilty about throwing away an entire bottle of product, even if I didn't like it. Fast forward to about a month ago, where I had this crazy idea to use it as a shampoo. I have been using cleansing oils/balms on my face (no more foaming cleansers) with much success so I figured, why wouldn't the same concept work on my hair? My scalp was cleansed and tingly, and my hair felt so soft and silky but not weighed down (miraculously, as I have thin hair). Also, I have been opting to rinse for a day or 2 with just water and conditioning my ends daily, but I wanted a little more of a clean scent to my hair after rinsing, and this does the trick without stripping my natural oils. I would like to note that although it is a great gentle cleanser, it is not enough conditioning for my hair, so I do use the conditioning balm on my ends afterward. Not a great conditioner, but great for off label/unconventional use! Would definitely buy again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Black
Does not detangle or moisturize enough, but I suspect it's because I have a lot of dry, thick hair. Either way, I'm giving it a good rating because my scalp loves the soothing feel. Smells great and doesn't weigh my hair down. Definitely a good conditioner to keep on rotation.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is the best conditioner I've ever used! I have long and straight Asian hair that needs more detangling than moisturization and this does just that! I apply this only from nape to the ends and it doesn't weigh down my hair. If you buy this at T.J. Maxx you can get the liter size (33.8 ounces) for $12.99 with the pump packaging! At drugstores it's about $8 to $10 for 8.5 ounces without the pump packaging.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
AWESOME conditioner! I've heard great things about this product so I went out and bought the T.J Maxx big 13 dollar bottle. Little bit goes a long way, smells and feel delightful (rub it into scalp to get the 'tingly' feeling), and it works awesome as a detangler. It quenches my thirsty curls for the most part too. I suggest getting the big ones at T.J Maxx or Marshalls, its more for your buck (:
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I've seen a lot of people on the curly hair forums really like this as a co wash, so when I finally saw the big bottles of it at a TJMaxx I decided to buy two. Silly me. This stuff dried my hair out terribly. It also left some sort of film or something on it so that trying to use a heavier conditioner after it was pointless. I'm still giving it three lippies because the stuff smells amazing and my scalp loved it. I would definitely keep using it if I could.
I gave it 3 lippies for price because I know most people buy it in the small bottles for ~$8. I was able to find the liter bottle $13 which is pretty cheap. The bottle is a lot nicer too since it's a pump instead of those funny rectangular ones. I would definitely recommend checking you local TJMaxx/Marshall's/Ross. It's hit and miss, but worth it for the price and bottle.