Zenutrients Tea Tree Scalp Relief Review

by - October 04, 2017


Zenurients Tea Tree Scalp Relief, 50ml
Bought for: 50 points | SRP: P189
Bought from: Sample Room

Hello everyone! It's my birth month so I plan on writing as many reviews or blog posts as possible and one of my topics would be a product review--spotlight on this wonderful hair care product named Zenutrients Tea Tree Scalp Relief which I have been loving and using the past few days. I recently reviewed the shampoo and conditioner on their Tea Tree Line and I forgot to include this product on the post so here it comes before it's too late!

Claims

Made with Tea Tree Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, and Coconut Oil, this super cooling scalp spray relieves itch, eliminates dandruff, fights lice, and moisturizes and restores scalp health. This can be applied before or after shampooing, dependent upon personal preference, and can be used as often as you like. It is safe for children, as it has no parabens, sulfates, phthalates, and artificial color.


Packaging

I don't really find the packaging very useful. It's but a mess to apply since the product tends to jet all over since it comes in a spritz bottle when in fact, the product is not at all watery. It's not as if I would spray it directly on my scalp--that might even cause the occurrence of more dandruff when the product piles up and dry. I like applying it on my palms first before I spread it on my hair. I would prefer if it comes in a pump or a tube to avoid waste. However, I appreciate the it displays all necessary information like ingredients, claims, and expiry dates.

Scent

This product smells minty and I love it for the reason that I'm a huge fan of refreshing scents for they are very soothing to the senses. Also, the pleasant smell lingers for a few more hours after application. Zenutrients Tea Tree Scalp Relief's scent is comparable to ointments use to alleviate pains or products with Menthol and those who find them awful would not like it. I personally love them though. Also, this product reeks strongly of mint that sometimes it makes my eyes teary.


Texture, Consistency and Ease of Application

The product comes in a pearly white liquid that is somewhat runny but not water-like. When you apply it on your hair using your hands, you will get oily residues. This is very moisturizing on the scalp and hair and a half teaspoon is sufficient enough for daily use as it soothes itchy scalp and dry hair with its cooling effect. I would suggest not to over-apply on times when you have to go and spend hours outdoor 'cause this tends to make hair greasy and oily.

Performance

I am someone who has straight hair and that means my scalp and hair tends to oil up real fast. I personally love the very cooling effect it gives and I see this as a very nice moisturizer for the hair when I'm having dry strands. It also does not cause me further hair fall. It does what it claims, to be honest. It really soothes itchy scalp, gets rid of dandruff and prevents its occurrence, but given the fact that it weighs my hair down and make it oily, I don't think I prefer to use it on a daily basis.


Overall Thoughts

This product, despite not being friendly for those with oily scalp, is really amazing, that is, if you can endure having oily-looking hair for a moment. It also has Castor Oil on it which is proven to moisturize and encourage hair growth. This product is also made up of other nutritional ingredients intended for hair use that are natural and safe to use. I personally love using it on the ends of my hair, away from scalp since it instantly revives dry and dull-looking hair and I swear to that.

This product is available at all Zenutrients kiosks! Tell me if you've tried it already and let's keep a conversation going down below! :)

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