Wednesday, September 24, 2008

GVP Tea Tree Oil Conditioner: Compare to Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Oil Conditioner


GVP Tea Tree Oil Conditioner combines invigorating tea tree oil to promote shiny, healthy hair. Compare to Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Conditioner and save!Exclusive blends smooth and soften the hair’s surface, removing tangles for easier wet and dry combing, and helps prevent moisture loss in the hair. A unique combination of Tea Tree Oil, and other extracts create an uplifting and refreshing aromatherapy experience as you massage this conditioner into your hair. Wake up and experience pure refreshment with GVP Tea Tree Oil Conditioner. ...thiz iz another 1 of the sallyz generic brandz ive used & itz definitely something i will continue 2 keep on using...i use thiz az 1 of the ingredientz in my conditioner cocktail mix...i used 2 buy paul mitchellz tea tree, but letz b honest here....the shit iz over priced 4 real....thiz bottle here iz only $5.99 & u kno paul mitchell iz double 2 triple that....so 4 me, thatz a win win all around....ill b real with u, the slip isnt really that great but neither iz the original....but ive been using thiz az a staple 4 my cocktail 4 yearz now so imma continue 2 do just that....thiz also haz the ingredient comparison on the bottle, so ur n the kno of wat ur getting....i really luv the tea tree/peppermint smell, & thiz iz the real reason i continue 2 use thiz condish.

2 hair-a-maniacz added their 2 centz:

laughing808 September 24, 2008 at 2:40 PM  

what else is in your conditioner cocktail mix?

I've never tried any of the generic brands of hair items. I'll defintiley try a few once I come off my product purchase hiatus...LOL

Hair-A-Mania.Dot.Com September 24, 2008 at 10:29 PM  

um it basically consistz of paul mitchell tea tree, pantene moisturizing condish, nexxus humectress, avocado & coconut oilz...ya im still on my purchase hiatuz....gotta keep it unda $10...lol...lemme kno if u do tho....

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