Smells amazing! Nice tingly feeling from the tea tree when left on for a bit. Hair feels clean and hydrated.
Good conditioner. Non allergenic.
I love this shampoo and that is a rare thing! My hair sucks. It’s picky and gets sick of shampoo so I like to use this as an inbetweener and it really cleans and softens my hair with a scent of tea tree. I love it!
I really like Organic Doctor brand products and this conditioner is one of my favorites. It smells soooo good, and the tea tree makes my scalp all tingly!
Prompt delivery and a great product. It conditioned my hair well, leaving it soft and silky. I
=" Wow this conditioner smells great :)It works well also, conditioners my age and work damaged hair well without it feeling all dry and fly-away the next day.I don't blow dry my hair, figured I would add that bit, so not sure how that affects the performance.All I know is that I love it!"
=" The Organic Doctor Tea Tree conditioner is one of the better conditioners I have used. If I could I would rate it 4.5. Tea tree oil is fairly pungent stuff. To my mind it smells a great deal like turpentine, so in order to be willing to use a product with tea tree oil it's got to be awfully good, because the smell is pretty awful. I have tried tea tree oil and products containing it many times, and only once have I found a product I thought was remarkable (and I am not sure it is the tea tree oil which made it so as it was one of many). It seems as though the effectiveness of tea tree oil is very much in doubt given the number of disclaimers I have seen recently on products containing it. All that said, I found this to be a nice light conditioner which did not leave my hair feeling heavy or greasy and which otherwise did what it should....for the most part. It detangled (which a conditioner at minimum should do) and left my hair feeling nice, very soft, except for the ends, which were a bit dry. I have (very) long hair, and that is one of the reasons I use conditioner. The ends are several years older than the rest and are frequently dry, but I had 5 inches cut off last week, and so treating the ends should not have been as big a deal. I got rid of most, if not all of the dry ends. I would say this conditioner is 90% of what I want in a conditioner. If the ends were less dry I would have rated it 5, despite the smell (which, fortunately, did not linger).If you are a fan of tea tree oil, I can say that this product does seem to be one which contains a meaningful amount. It is not just a drop so that they can put it in the name or on the label, like in many other products. It is the first time I have seen it in a hair care product, but given that it is an astringent like witch hazel, it should be effective at cleaning and makes as much sense in shampo and conditioner as it does in skin care products. It makes more sense to me to have it in shampoo than conditioner since it is a pretty effective cleaner, but I had only the conditioner and not the shampoo and so can not say whether or not they work better together. I doubt that having used a more astringent shampoo would have left the ends feeling less dry.I very much like tha it is natural and organic. I use organic products to the extent that I can, and don't like using products with a lot of chemicals. This conditioner is almost there, and one I will use frequently, but I do thing I need something else to treat the ends, which is what prevents me from giving it 5 stars. I like it more than I expected to (because I do not love the smell of tea tree oil) but, it is not the best I have ever used. It is very good though, and I will continue to use it, using my (at this point, favorite) papaya conditioner or an oil treatment once/ week or so on the ends. I think that if I had shorter hair I might have rated it 5 stars as my only issue is that the ends felt dry (and I have maybe 3 feet of hair). For people who do not have dry ends, it is a nice light conditioner which left my hair feeling soft and looking good, It just did not do as much as I would like for the dry ends. The fact that is organic and contains no harmful ingredients would get it 4 stars by itself, being better than most in that regard, and if there were an expanded scale (I frequently feel that 5 stars does not give me the room to differentiate) I would rate it higher. On a 7 point scale I would give it 6 stars, not perfect but very very good."
=" Starters, I LOOOOOOOOVE tea tree scent, strong, but not overpowering or nasty in synthetic way. As conditioner, really liked that the product didn't have greasy or heavy feel as I applied it to my hair. Nice smoothness after drying, liked the feel,of my hair, but no major fragrance afterwards, which I like. Treats my scalp in good condition too."
=" As hair conditioners go, this one works as well as any other in my experience. So, about average.The smell however, is awful. I expected an aroma suggestive of brewed tea, but to me, this product smells like old stale tea leaves at best.The conditioner you use is likely what your hair will smell like all day, so this one is a no-go for me.Others may have a different take on the scent, but it just doesn't appeal to me."
=" This is a tough one to rate -- I love the way it makes my hair feel and look, but the smell is overpowering. It's a strong peppermint fragrance, which fortunately, mostly fades once it's rinsed out, but it's not my preferred scent for a hair product. Aside from the smell, it's a good conditioner that feels good going in, rinses out clean, and leaves my hair (normally on the dry and fly-away side) easy to manage and looking smooth. If there is another fragrance (perhaps fragrance-free?) I would definitely get it again."