Before I start reviewing the Tea Tree Hair Nourishing cream, I must mention that my hair is very dry and frizzy, especially the hair in the front portion of the head to the crown of the head. I am forever on the lookout for products that would help my hair to become less frizzy, nourished and more manageable. The Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream is a product by The Nature’s Co. and it is part of their ‘Atmospure’ range of products. The Nature’s Co. is a brand that boasts of products made from completely natural ingredients. The brand has a wide range of products ranging from skin creams to toners and hair treatments. This product is the first one that I started using from the brand. It is in the form of a leave-on conditioner, or in other words, you will not need to wash your hair after applying the product.
The Tea Tree Hair Nourishing cream is made from tea tree oil which is a plant that grows in parts of Australia and Africa and has a lot of medicinal and beneficial qualities. Tea tree oil is of a high concentrate and it is extremely effective in getting rid of dandruff. This is mainly why I bought this cream in the first place since dandruff is kind of hereditary in my family, unfortunately. It has been almost 5 months since I started using the cream. My previous experience with anti dandruff products has been quite ineffective and I was curious to try this cream largely because of what the brand claims to offer.
About The Nature’s Co Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream :-
Treat your hair to the nourishing goodness of our leave-on Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream. It contains Tea Tree oil that promotes a healthy scalp, leaving your hair revitalized and shiny. It also treats scalp infections and fights dandruff. Apply a small amount of this unisex cream to damp hair. Style as required.
- Price: Rs. 325 for 125 ml
- Shelf Life: 18 months or one and a half years from the date of manufacturing.
Ingredients Of Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream:-
My Experience with Nature’s Co.Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream:-
The cream in a medium sized fat plastic white tube (which is recyclable). The cream is white in colour and of a soft and light consistency which makes it extremely easy to apply on the hair. The best part about it is that a very small amount is needed to cover the hair. I have hair that falls a little below my shoulders and I two swatches of the product each time. Since my hair is dry and damaged, I use the product only once a week after shampooing and conditioning. The cream is not enough to act as a conditioner for my hair but I suppose it would work for those who have smooth hair. Hence, I use my conditioner after shampooing and then after gently patting the excess water away with a towel, I apply this cream. Since this a leave-on cream, it does not need to be washed off.
After applying, the hair instantly becomes smoother and detangles very easily. The cream also does not leave any residue which I was a little concerned about since it does need washing. However, it is very light and there is no residue left. The best way to apply the cream is on the hair shaft down the entire length.
The cream claims three things – making the scalp healthy, revitalize hair making it shiny and finally, fight scalp infection and dandruff. Firstly, I have indeed noticed that the texture of my hair improves after I apply this cream and my hair become a lot smoother and tangle free. Secondly, it has a fresh scent, although some may find it somewhat medicinal and the hair does feel clean after I use it. As for the scalp infection and dandruff part, I do not have any scalp infection and the prevalence of dandruff has reduced to a certain extent.
What I liked about Nature’s Co. Tea Tree Hair Nourishing Cream:-
- Easy to use
- Very light and soft
- Makes hair manageable and smooth
- Smells very clean and refreshing
- Reasonably priced (the tube would indeed last for 18 months or so)
What I did not like about Nature’s co Tea Tree Nourishing Cream:-
- None as such, except that I expected better results regarding dandruff.
My rating: 4 out of 5
Will I Buy The Product Again?
Probably yes, mainly because of its conditioning properties.
This is a good hair cream and those who have non frizzy hair can use this as their only conditioner.
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