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Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Conditioner & Garnier Fructis Leave-In Conditioning Cream

Updated on February 10, 2018
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Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Oil Conditioner

My hair has always been dry and frizzy; I color my hair also which adds to the dryness. I have used numerous products and have almost always been disappointed. There have only been a handful of products that have left my hair feeling healthy and shiny. One of them is the Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Oil Special Conditioner.

The first time I had this hair product applied to my hair and scalp was while at a local hair salon. I remember the smell being fragrantly pleasing and leaving the salon that day with beautiful silky shiny hair. I kept running my fingers through it; it felt so good. I liked it so much I had to go back and buy it! So I did and boy was I glad. My hair looked and felt better every time I used this product. On top of that, the smell was wonderful, having an aromatherapy effect, especially in the steamy shower.

When I ran out of this product, I was given Wen Shampoo as a gift from a relative. I liked this product too and used it until it was gone. Although it didn't seem to keep my mild psoriasis under control. I believe the tea tree oil in the Paul Mitchell conditioner really helped with this problem. I soon learned that the price to replace the Wen Shampoo was a hefty $30. I couldn't spend that much on a monthly basis, but it was okay. I simply ordered more of the Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Oil Conditioner. It was just as good and less than one-third of the price. Now that is amazing!

Compare a 16-ounce bottle of Wen Shampoo for $32 to a 33-ounce bottle of Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Oil Special Conditioner at $20.51. It would cost $64 to get 32-ounces of Wen Shampoo! Paul Mitchell also carries many other great products at reasonable prices too.

Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Intensely Smooth Leave-In Conditioning Cream

I love a good leave-in conditioner, but really never thought I would be able to purchase one for less than $10. I discovered the Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Intensely Smooth Leave-In Conditioning Cream while I was gift shopping for my sister online. She wanted a really good leave-in conditioner and I was set on finding one for her. After reading one review after another, I decided that this one was worth trying, especially given the price. I went ahead and ordered it for my sister and she loved it. Then I ordered it for myself. Shoot, for less than $10 it was well worth the risk.

Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Intensely Smooth Leave-In Conditioning Cream was more than I had hoped for. It had a great smell, a smooth feel on my hands and in my hair. My hair is thick so I like to put it on in layers and I love that there is no build-up and no sticky-feel to my hair. It just feels smooth and looks silky, shiny and health. This is a great deal!

If your still not convinced, you might be convinced by the 563 comments left about this product with 84% of the commenters leaving a 4 or 5 star rating. This is very good! The comment that I saw repetitively was that this product helped hair to be frizz-free! "Sleek & Shine Leave- In Conditioner: Want a smooth look and frizz-control that lasts? Get our ultimate sleek The formula with argan oil from Morocco and apricot soaks deep into frizzy, dry hair to smooth each strand. The Strength To Shine." ~Garnier

The Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Oil Experience

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    • Rosie writes profile imageAUTHOR

      Rosie writes 

      18 months ago from Virginia

      I too love that tea tree smell. If you like the mint, you would probably like the Bath & Body Eucalyptus/Mint bar soap. It is $7 but very large and lasts quite a while - my favorite soap. The Garnier does not have a mint smell, just a fresh mild flowery smell. It is nice. Thanks for reading!

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      Jill Spencer 

      2 years ago from United States

      My husband uses the Paul Mitchell tea tree shampoo and leave-in conditioner. He really likes it, and I think it smells wonderful! We'll have to check out the Garnier. Does it smell like women's conditioner or is it more minty (= manly lol) ?

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