Review: Jason Tea Tree Normalizing Shampoo
Here’s my Jason shampoo haul! Just a few shampoos here and there. No conditioners. Maybe next time. 🙂 This is what I have from left to right: Jason Tea Tree Normalizing Shampoo, Jason Biotin Hyaluronic Acid Shampoo, and Jason Thin to Thick Shampoo. Out of the bunch, I chose Jason Tea Tree Normalizing Shampoo to start off with first. I just had to. I’m madly in Iove with tea tree shampoos. They clean and invigorate the scalp. Feels so refreshing and cool from my experience. I hope this one lives up to its name! And of course! I had to grab some biotin and volumizing hair shampoos too! I’m so excited for them! I’m still debating which one I want to try right after I finish the Jason Tea Tree Normalizing Shampoo. Maybe I’m just getting way too ahead of myself. Let’s see what the tea tree shampoo can do first! lol. So I’ve been using Jason Tea Tree Normalizing Shampoo for about 3 months already. Since I’m so close to being done with it, I can finally share my thoughts on it!
I started off using Jason Tea Tree Normalizing Shampoo every single day. It felt great at first. My scalp and my hair was left feeling really clean. It left my hair feeling invigorated and refreshed with a cooling effect. Gotta love that tea tree! ♥ But I wasn’t able to continue to use it as an everyday shampoo. It eventually dried my hair out. I tried using a very moisturizing conditioner to counteract the dryness, so I could use it every day (tried to make it work!), but that didn’t help. My hair became drier and drier by the day. It became so dry that my hair looked very oily, flat, and lifeless. I would wake up every morning with oily and flat hair. I had a hard time keeping my hair together throughout the day. I didn’t like what the shampoo did to my hair that’s all. My hair was just so blah! It felt so darn dry and oily at the same time. It looked like a hot mess.
So I decided to decrease my use to 2-3 times a week or whenever my hair needs some extra cleaning. This actually worked better compared to using it every single day. My hair didn’t dry out. I noticed some fullness and volume in my hair! From there, I continued to use the rest of the shampoo only a couple of times a week. For me, it looks like this shampoo only works a few times a week. No more than 3 times a week. Any more than that is a disaster. It’s funny because the instructions states to use the shampoo at least 3 times a week. I think 1-2 times a week would be good enough too, but I guess it depends on your hair type. My hair isn’t too dry. It’s on the oily side. But if it dries out, it gets really oily and dull. I think I’m pretty neutral about this shampoo. It’s ok. I was hoping for a shampoo that I could use every day without drying out my hair. I guess it’s not too bad if it’s used only a couple of times a week or a once in a while kind of thing to deeply cleanse the scalp and hair.
Pros & Cons
- Contains tea tree 🙂
- Cleans the scalp
- Feels refreshing and invigorating
- Leaves the hair feeling clean
- Drying if used too often during the week
My experience with Jason Tea Tree Normalizing Shampoo wasn’t too bad. Minus the part when my hair dried out, lol. I mean, I was looking for a shampoo that I could use daily, but I didn’t think it was a terrible shampoo because of that. Using it only twice a week had some perks. It leaves the hair feeling clean and made my hair more volumized, fuller. But would I purchase it again? Hmmm, probably not. I want a shampoo that I could use every day and is more hydrating. Maybe I could just get a new shampoo and add some tea tree oil in it like I usually do. Seems to work better that way for me.