When I was at the Macy’s salon getting my hair done I asked the hair dresser what a good shampoo would be for extremely oily roots. I also told her that my ends get very dry so it would have to be mild on the ends. She recommended this shampoo and I have to say I am pretty pleased with the results. My scalp gets very oily. So oily that if I wash it in the morning, by the evening it is already showing signs of oil build up.
Naturally I needed something that would rid my scalp of build up and impurities. I also get little
pimples in my scalp. They are so bad that they resemble pimples one would get on the face. This shampoo has proven very effective at taming my unruly oils and getting deep down into the scalp.
I have a bad tendency of picking the pimples in my head. I figure if they are there, clear them out. That is both oil releasing and plain out gross. This shampoo has drastically helped me to not pick the pimples because it rids the oils more effectively and thus does not cause as many pimples.
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have hair acne; but the few pimples I do get are a complete nuisance.
The tea tree and peppermint provide a very deep cleanse into the scalp. The trick with this shampoo is to leave it on for a few minutes so it can do its job. What I usually do is shampoo my hair at the beginning of my shower, do whatever else needs to be done, and then rinse it towards the end.
That way, the tea tree gets a chance to soak into the scalp and lift away the build up. One thing that I must point out is the refreshing tingle it provides. Some may be completely turned off by this while ...