Review: Tea and Honey Blends Tea Tree Conditioner

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Have you heard? Let me put you on to Tea and Honey Blends, a natural product line created by Dr. Tiffani Bailey Lash and Dr. Tashni Dubroy. These ladies shared a common vision to create a product line that would assist women, with varying hair textures, to enhance their natural beauty without the use of harsh chemicals. The Tea and Honey Blends line includes Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner, a Curl Definer and Sparkle Mist, which contain UV protectants and are designed to prevent heat damage and leave hair looking and feeling healthy. The line has been featured in: The Huffington Post, The Atlanta Post, and Style and Substance Magazine.

Shampoo and Conditioner

I was offered a sample for review here on the blog. Here are my thoughts:

The conditioner had a white, semi-opaque appearance. It applied like a serum to my hair; it was not too heavy. I would have been comfortable with this being a leave-in because it was not as watery as a spritz but not as heavy as some cream conditioners. My hair felt softer than my already moisturizing shampoo had left it. I loved how clean my scalp felt before and after I rinsed, likely due to the inclusion of eucalyptus and peppermint. The beauty buzz ingredients that everyone seems to be a fan of are present: jojoba, rosemary, tea tree oils, shea butter, and aloe.

What are your thoughts? Would you try out this new brand?

For more information on the brand, please visit

* A sample was provided from PR for review. View full disclosure statement


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