Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Parnevu T-Tree Hair Care Products Review

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Are you always searching for the perfect hair care products?  I'm always on the look out for the perfect product!  For this review I received one bottle of T-Tree Shampoo, one jar of the T-Tree Herbal Grow and one jar of the T-Tree Growth Creme.  I love products that contain natural ingredients, especially Tea Tree Oil!


Parnevu T-Tree Shampoo Label

About the T-Tree Shampoo

The Parnevu Hair Care products that I received have many great ingredients in them, but I was very disappointed that the T-Tree Shampoo has Sodium Laureth Sulfate!  I checked the website to see what it said, about the ingredients and to my surprise, it doesn't list any ingredients!  I used it for about two weeks, without knowing that it contained SLS (Sodium Laureth Sulfate).

I noticed that my scalp was getting a lot of pimples and that my hair was fallout a lot worse, so I switched back to my regular shampoo and my hair is not fallout like it was, so no I would not recommend this shampoo.



Parnevu T-Tree Herbal Grow Label

I tried the T-Tree Herbal Grow on my hair and it was like I was using Vaseline on my hair, it made my hair greasy looking.  Again I went to the Parnevu website to find if the ingredients were listed, but they weren't!  The Parnevu T-Tree Herbal Grow contains Petrolatum, which I wasn't happy about.



Parnevu T-Tree Growth Creme

About the T-Tree Growth Creme

The T-Tree Growth Creme didn't work too bad, it left my hair moisturized and soft.  I have seen some new growth in my hair line, so I would recommend the T-Tree Growth Creme.  The website didn't list the ingredients on this item either, hopefully they will change that! 




About T-Tree

Experience the Miracles of Tea Tree Oil

"They have the missing ingredient for your recipe for healthy hair and scalp."
  • T-Tree oil naturally nourishes the hair and scalp
  • Locks in moisture
  • Stops itching
  • Prevents flaking
  • Removes unwanted build-up from hair left by other shampoos
  • Natural conditioning agents in the conditioner repair and protect, leaving the hair softer, shinier, and manageable and tangle free
  • Strengthens hair
  • Stimulates growth
  • Prevents split ends
  • Stops breakage

Tea TreeTea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil has been referred to as "the wonder from Down Under."  It comes from the melaleuca tree, which is native to Australia and has long been used by the aborigines. Melaleuca grows in swampy or wet areas.  More than 300 varieties exist, but only one is prized for its world-renowned oil.

Legend has it the tree was first introduced to Europeans by Captain Cook, who, with his sailors, made tea from the leaves while on a voyage to Australia--hence the name tea tree.  The oil is extracted from the tree's leaves by a special distillation process.  The trees do not need to be harvested in order for their oil to be extracted; in fact, some trees have provided their oil for over 60 years.

T-tree oil is produced from Melaleuca Alternifolia leaves, which is an indidgenous tree of costal Australia, and is known for its many uses in therapeutic and cosmetic fields.  Some of tea tree's most unique properties are its excellent dermal penetration, being non-irritating and inflammatory, being environmentally friendly, and having a pleasant aroma.  But perhaps the most remarkable property is its capability to eliminate the itching and flaking associated with dandruff.  It can also aid in sebum control, dry scalp prevention, as well as assisting in the maintenance of a healthy scalp.

Tea tree oil has been considered as one of nature's most versatile natural healers.  Tea tree oil has numerous benefits including combating dandruff and oily skin, killing bacteria.  It is the perfect way to stimulate and refresh both the hair and scalp.  Regular use of Parnevu T-Tree Oil products promotes the natural healing process for total hair and scalp health.

A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.

Bonny Sallee

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Katherine Phillips said... Best Blogger Tips

Its sad that they didn't post their ingredients on their site. It would help people make a better decision on whether or not to buy the product.

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