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Edens Body Work Peppermint Tea Shampoo

Updated on October 21, 2014

A Natural Hair Shampoo Experience

EDEN BodyWorks will provide you with an invigorating and gentle increase in scalp circulation and leave you with a clean, refreshed, and renewed hair experience. This product has been formulated to help alleviate dry and flaking scalps in its use of pure peppermint botanicals.

Eden BodyWorks doesn't use any harsh detergents and/or chemicals to give you clean hair! This product also does not contain harsh chemicals such as: sulfates, mineral oils, dyes, parabens, or fragrance oils.

The BodyWorks line is also cruelty free, so you get a luxurious product that has not been tested on animals.

Product Ingredients

Water, Sodium Lauryl Sulfocacetate, Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate, Lauramidopropylamine Oxide, Methyl Gluceth-10, PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate, Hydroxpropyl Guar, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Honey, PEG-150 Distearate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Sodium Chloride, Disodium EDTA, Citric Acid, Panthenol, Peppermint (Mentha Peperita) Oil, Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia) Leaf Oil, Phenoxyethanol

Peppermit Tea Tree Shampoo

$8.47 | Source

How To Use

Pour generous amount of EDEN All Natural Shampoo into your hand and massage onto both hair and scalp. Rinse thoroughly.

Product Claims To

  • Decreases Itching and Flakes
  • Nourishes and Cleanses
  • Increases Hair Strength

EDEN BodyWorks was founded to address the consumer demand for all natural products that really work! Unlike most products that are purely cosmetic in nature, our products actually deliver on their promise; guaranteed. Products contain No Alcohol, No Petroleum, No Mineral Oils and No Sodium Sulfates. Your hair and skin shouldn’t just look healthy; it should be healthy!

Peppermint Product Line


My Experience With Product

I purchased this item from Walmart just before I was leaving on a trip to Atlanta. I had been co-washing my hair but I believe in a good shampooing when using a lot of product. I usually, co-wash on Sunday and Thursday but I was rushed in other areas and had forgone my usual cowash.

I knew there was a lot of product on my strands and really felt the need to make sure I removed all product.

I always run water through my hair and then apply a quarter-size amount of product in my hand and work it through my hair and scalp. Then I apply a 50-cent piece-size of product and work it through my hair until I am satisfied that hair is clean. I applied the Eden's BodyWork Peppermint Tea Tree Shampoo in the same manner.

Difference When Applying Eden's Body Work

The primary difference, this time, was the effects of the peppermint/tea tree on the scalp, of course. Also, I felt that my hair was cleaner (on the initial quarter-size application of product) than it usually is when co-washing. Their was a "little" sudsing but not much.

When I applied the 50-cent size amount of product, there was an "explosion" of suds and hair felt "exteremely" clean to the point of feeling like I needed to apply conditioner immediately!

Edens BodyWorks Peppermint Temple Balm


My Opinion of Product

Usually, I don't think of a shampoo in this manner but my next approaches to using the shampoo was that I didn't need the 50-cent size of product on the second round. In fact, I used less than a quarter-size of product on the second round and found that hair was as "dry" feeling as with my first encounter with the product.

In the case of this shampoo, I can truly say that you do not need to use a lot to get the desired results. I also realized, after use, that this product also serves as a "clarifying" shampoo. Which meets most needs of "naturals" since we are constantly "layering" products from mix and match lines.

Pros and Cons


  • Price Point is Great - $8.47 for 8 ounces of product
  • Easily Accessible at Walmart, Walgreens, and Sally's
  • Smells Great
  • Feels Invigorating on Scalp
  • A "little" goes a long way


  • Using too much product can cause hair to feel dry after shampooing
  • A "FULL" product line of all 3 lines are hard to find at stores (You may find pepperment tea tree at one store, Coconut Shea at another time at the same store, I have found the Monoi Jojoba Oil the hardest to find on store shelves.)

Have You Tried Eden's BodyWorks Products Before?

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I am planning on not only purchasing this shampoo again but I am also interested in trying the shampoo from the other two lines.

Please rate up, comment, and leave your suggestions!

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