Today I would like to explain to you why I bought an unreasonable amount of conditioner. An unreasonable amount of the Lador Tea Tree Scalp Clinic Hair Pack, to be specific.
Well, actually, this isn’t that unreasonable. Given that Memebox.com is once again changing their business model, and may no longer be stocking products in its own warehouses, not to mention that all reward points are set to expire on April 30th, I decided to make one last Memebox haul to stock up on the one product that I can’t live without. And surprisingly, it’s not a skincare product, but a hair product.
Now I’m pretty laissez-faire about my hair (mornings are always a mad rush to get my preschooler to school somewhat on time…don’t judge me), but unfortunately, my scalp is very dry and sensitive, and if I don’t care for it properly, it will awaken me in the middle of the night with non-stop itching. A while back, I switched to gentle, sulfate-free shampoos, and that seemed to help somewhat, but I still got itching and flaking sometimes. Then, I started mixing pure tea tree oil into my shampoos (just a couple drops in each handful of shampoo), and that helped, but it was a little messy.
Enter, my hair savior.
The Lador Tea Tree Scalp Clinic Hair Pack is for “sensitive and itchy scalp” — yes, here, here, me me! Despite its fancy name and description, it is basically a calming conditioner that helps to soothe dry and itchy scalp while lightly nourishing the hair.
Water, Cetearyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Steartrimonium Chloride, Dimethicone, Mineral Oil, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Cyclomethicone, Glycerin, Snail Secretion Filtrate, Betaine, Camellia Sinensis Extract, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Extract, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Polyglutamic Acid, Menthol, Ceramide NP, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Rose Extract, Argan Spinosa KernelOil, PEG-45M, Dimethiconol, Benzophenone-5, Disodium EDTA, Benzyl Glyycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Raspberry ketone, CI 15985, Perfume
First Impressions of Lador Tea Tree Scalp Clinic Hair Pack
You apply the Lador hair pack like a regular conditioner, but you massage it into your roots and scalp. You’ll feel an incredibly soothing cooling sensation from the menthol and your scalp itch will be soothed immediately. You leave it on for a couple minutes. After rinsing it off, my scalp continues to feel fresh and soothed for the remainder of the evening.
After my hair dries, I love how it doesn’t feel like it has any sort of residue on the hair shaft; rather my hair feels lightly moisturized and fluffy. This conditioner isn’t enough to smooth my rough, color-processed ends, so I apply the Lador Tea Tree Scalp Clinic Hair Pack on my roots and scalp and another, more moisturizing conditioner or hair mask on my ends.
Long-Term Results of Lador Tea Tree Hair Pack
When I don’t apply the Lador Tea Tree Scalp Clinic Hair Pack (like if I decide to experiment with a different conditioner, or I’m too lazy to apply it on my scalp and another conditioner on my ends), I definitely regret it. This hair treatment helps keep my sensitive scalp in check, and when I don’t use it I always feel itchier and my scalp gets oilier faster. While it hasn’t solved all my problems (I think the root cause of my scalp and skin sensitivity is allergies and our hard water), it effectively treats them and keeps them under control.
I’ve gone through 4 tubes of this stuff, and I’m hoping that the 6 tubes I just bought will last me for the next six months. But I’m already thinking of stocking up on more.
If you suffer from itchy, sensitive scalp, you NEED the Lador Tea Tree Scalp Clinic Hair Pack. It works.
Buy It At
Memebox (for who knows how much longer) for $6 a tube, which is a steal!
RoseRoseShop (international) for about $7, though you have to pay shipping too.
I purchased this product with my own money and all reviews are my honest opinion.