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Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo

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Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo
 
4.7

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4.0

Decent shampoo, organic, and lemon

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from USA

Comments about Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo:

I recommend Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo if you like the smell of fresh lemons like I do and if you are interested in using a shampoo that is certified organic and made with natural ingredients.

I have used Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo for several months with decent results. I have long thick coarse wavy hair. This is a decent shampoo and cleans my hair well when it gets oily. It helps a little bit with my frizz problem but does not tame the frizz completely. I find that I need to use additional hair products after washing my hair in order for it to be completely manageable.

One of the things I like about Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo is that has a small lather so you do not need a lot of it or a lot of water to rinse the soap from your hair. This is a great benefit if you are budget friendly and eco-conscious or if you live in a drought area the way I do and need to minimize your shower time.

When I use shampoo in combination with the Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Conditioner, my hair has a nice lemon smell to it that lasts all day long. Overall, this has been a great value for a shampoo.

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5.0

Great natural shampoo that leaves your hair fresh and clean!

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from USA

Comments about Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo:

This is my favorite option for natural shampoos (other than ones you can make yourself!). I love the fresh lemon scent and it does a great job of getting your hair clean without stripping off all the natural oils. If you are switching from a 'regular' shampoo, give it a few washes for your hair to adjust. It's worth it!

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5.0

Lemon Scented Shampoo

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from Eagle River, AK

Comments about Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo:

One of the Desert Essence products that I love is their Lemon Scented Tea Tree Shampoo. As I have stated in the past, I like the benefits of using tea tree oil but I don't care for the scent. Somehow Desert Essence managed to make a tea tree oil shampoo that smells like lemons.

This shampoo comes in a tube and it takes about a dime sized dollop to wash my short length hair. It lathers up easily, and quickly leaves my hair with that squeaky clean feeling. I followed up washing with the matching conditioner, but my hair didn't smell like lemons when I was done styling it. What's odd is that the lemon scent became much stronger when I added water to it and started scrubbing my hair!

This shampoo is natural and organic and I feel it is a good choice for those who have oily hair, it worked well for mine. My hair isn't weighed down after using it, and it looks extremely clean and shiny, what girl wouldn't love that?

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This shampoo comes in a tube and it takes about a dime sized dollop to wash my short length hair. It lathers up easily, and quickly leaves my hair with that squeaky clean feeling. My hair isn't weighed down after using it, and it looks extremely clean and shiny, what girl wouldn't love that?

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Somehow Desert Essence managed to make a tea tree oil shampoo that smells like lemons. The lemon scent became much stronger when I added water to it and started scrubbing my hair!

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