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Good Vibes Tea Tree Scalp Cleansing Hair Food Review

By Somreeta Mukherjee

I was planning to buy a hair-care product (not exactly an usual bottle of serum or oil) that would help nourish my hair and help prevent dandruff as well as hair fall. Recently, as you know, I have been trying out the Good Vibes range of products and this tub of Good Vibes Tea Tree Scalp Cleansing Hair Food happened to catch my attention. Today I am going to review this product here, in my post:

WHAT DOES GOOD VIBES WEBSITE CLAIM?

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

“Good Vibes Hair Food is here to give your hair the extra care it needs! The Tea Tree in the formula makes sure to give your hair a much-needed detox and helps prevent dandruff.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Active Ingredients:Tea Tree,Tea Tree Oil

Benefits:Dandruff Treatment,Hair Repair,Mild Cleansing

Hair Concern:Dandruff,Frizzy Hair

Hair Type:All Hair Types

Speciality:Cruelty Free

DETAILS

  • Our hair forms our personality
  • A healthy mane is essential for a dame
  • Good Vibes Hair Food is formulated to deeply condition, strengthen dry and damaged hair
  • While Good Vibes Hair Food focuses on smoothing hair, the vitamins in Hair Food Formula provide more intensive treatment for longer lasting results
  • It contains nourishing vitamins to strengthen hair, while essential oils add shine and protein restores the structure
  • It is ideal for those with extremely dry hair and scalp, who are experiencing dandruff, frizz or frayed ends as a result of over-processing
  • It should only be used once a week as a restorative treatment due to its thick consistency”


Packaging: This green coloured hair care product with a thick consistency like that of wax, comes neatly packed in a plastic tub packaging with all the relevant information and details printed on the label. There is an extra protective shield that helps keep the product hygienically sealed. It has a refreshing fragrance of tea tree.

Texture: The product, when scooped out of the tub, has a granular, wax-like feel, but as soon as it is rubbed in between the palms, it melts and tends to become oil-like in texture. The scalp and hair-shafts tend to become greasy post application.

My Experience:

Contrary to the idea projected by the ‘how to use’ section, it did not allow me to style my hair until I washed it off with shampoo and water. Hair looked awfully oily and felt rather heavy too. I had to shampoo twice and even then I found, my hair didn’t feel squeaky clean. The hair strands were oily even after my hair was dry.

At first I felt I had gone wrong with the amount of product used by me or may be I didn’t shampoo well enough! So I tried using it around 3 times after that, each time making certain changes thinking I might be going wrong with the quantity, application or hair wash. Then I realized that this product wasn’t meant for me at all! I must mention here that the build-up associated with this product, increased my dandruff issues (instead of treating it) and even caused hair fall!

 

Good Vibes Tea Tree Scalp Cleansing Hair Food:Pros

  • Affordable at Rs315 for 100g
  • Contains tea tree and anti-bacterial properties
  • Refreshing fragrance of tea tree
  • Free from parabens, sulphates and mineral oil
  • Makes hair soft

 

Good Vibes Tea Tree Scalp Cleansing Hair Food: Cons

  • Tends to make hair oily and feel heavy
  • Does not cleanse scalp at all, causes build up
  • Difficult to wash off
  • Doesn’t treat dandruff
  • I experienced hair fall

 

Final Word

Good Vibes Tea Tree Scalp Cleansing Hair Food did not suit me at all! In fact, I think I could have used my 315/- (though I got it at a discounted price) in a better way. I feel the need to be more careful with my choice of products. Perhaps I wouldn’t be using this tub of hair food anymore as my experience has not been a satisfying one so far (I have used 3…4 times). I wouldn’t like to recommend this product to anyone. The ‘how to use’ section is somewhat misleading too! The claims made by the product are not quite fulfilled. Rating would be 1 out of 5.

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