thanks lots beeandthecity & MulletProof
I have dry ends too... so thanks for the tip! I've already been using hairdresser conditioners & hair repair products so I was looking for a sorta healthy type shampoo that is inexpensive & good enough.
"I don't know there's a code to live by it's almost like a code to dead by" C. Robinson
^ I use the tea tree oil and it works really well imo.
I don't breakout anymore *knocks on wood* so I use it as a preventative measure on my t-zone. But I've used it on breakouts before and found it helped.
Honestly, I think tea tree oil is one of those things that some people's skin reacts well to and for others it does nothing. I would suggest starting out with the bottle of oil since its quite inexpensive and then if your skin reacts well try out some of the other products in the line.
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I got recently the coconut beautifiying oil and it's amazing. It says it's for body, hair and face, but I've only used it on my feet. I rub it on at night and by morning my feet are super soft, it's not greasy at all...and I got it on sale
I have Vanilla Bliss Body Lotion, Vanilla Bliss lip balm and Ginger Sparkle Body Butter. I thought Ginger Sparkle would smell more warm, like vanilla/cookies with the hint of gingerbread, but it's really special- more like a really tangy, spicy ginger. To me it smells like Coke, more precisely like Haribo Happy Cola gummy candy. I daresay that most people find that scent really special if not quite unpleasant. I'm not thrilled either.