In my previous posts, I have talked about my penchant for tea tree products. I use tea tree to lighten blemishessoothe my scalp, scrub my feet, even to relieve insect bites. 

I had the chance to try some tea tree hair products from Parnevu. The timing couldn’t be more perfect. While I swear by organix macadamia styling oil’s amazing results on my hair, the shampoo and conditioner combo didn’t address my flaky hairline. Nope, it’s not dandruff, it’s not even itchy. Partly, I attribute these snowflakes to frequent hot showers.  Can Parnevu T-Tree solve the situation?

Parnevu Therapeutic Shampoo, 12 fl oz 354ml,  $6

Product claims: helps lock in moisture; helps stop itching; helps prevent flaking.

Ingredients: Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Decyl Gucoside, Cocomidopropyl Betaine, Lauramide DEA, Glycol Sterate, Tea Tree Leaf Oil, Polyquaternium-10, Equisteum Arvense Extract, Sage Leaf Extract, Nettle Extract, Hydorlyzed Wheat Protein, PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Dioleate, Fragrance, Citric Acid, Propylene Glycol, Glycerine, Disodium EDTA, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Diazolinidyl Urea, Yellow 5, Green 3

Parnevu Leave-in Conditioner, 12 fl oz 354ml, $6

Product claims: helps lock-in moisture; helps prevent flakes and itching; helps strengthen hair.

Ingredients: Water, Mineral Oil, Behentrimnium Methosulfate, Stearalkonium Chloride, Tea Tree Leaf Oil, Cyclopentasiloxane, Menthol, Camphor, Fragrance, Citic Acid, Phenoxyethanol, DMDM Hydantoin.

Parnevu Spray Glosser, 4 fl oz 118ml, $6.50

Product claims: fights freeze; long lasting shine; helps reduce itching/flaking

Ingredients:  Isododecane, Isopropyl, Myristate NF, Dimethicone, Liquid Shea Butter, Fragrance, Tea Tree Leaf Oil, Ethyl Ester of Hydrolyzed Silk

More description of my hair below…

Hair vital stats. Waist-length, naturally wavy, dry, tangled, sometimes with flaky hairline, most of the time in messy bun, wash every other day, dry shampoo when I feel like it, hair color or root touch ups every 3 months, 1-2 inch trimming every 3 months, hot oil only when I remember. In a nutshell, my mane’s pretty much low maintenance.

Hair routine using Parnevu T-Tree. I wash my hair and massage the roots and tips with shampoo, rinse, condition, leave for 5 minutes, rinse again. Towel up, spray glosser, brush hair, air-dry. Again, nothing smancshy fancy.

The verdict. My nit-picky nose is not a fan of the shampoo’s fragrance. It’s not awful but the scent needs to amp up so it correlates to the proverbial fresh & clean feeling. However, I am more than glad that this shampoo addressed my snowy dilemma. Hairline flakes are gone momma!

I enjoy the minty feel of the conditioner while I massage my scalp and hair ! I have also used this as leave-in but it weighed my hair down so I prefer the traditional way (after shampoo then rinse).

My favorite among the three is the spray glosser. I like to spray my hair with it in the morning or in-between washings. It makes my hair soft and manageable. I didn’t notice significant shine but it definitely made detangling a lot easier. 

Overall, if you are looking for an affordable tea tree brand to address flaky scalp, keep Parnevu in mind. I can’t evaluate  its promise of hair strength because I have no issues with breakage. Unless I tie my hair to a Fedex truck and pull it with teeth clenched, then it’s a whole different story! Now you’re laughing.

Where to buy? Parnevu website, Sally Beauty

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*Products  provided for review. Punchline all my own. Links for reference only*


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23 thoughts on “Review & GIveaway! Fight Flaky Scalp with Parnevu T- Tree (Shampoo, Conditioner, Spray Glosser)-CLOSED

  • Interesting review! I'm glad someone else has a picky nose. Not enough beauty bloggers address smells.

    I might check that product out if they have a smaller size to try. If I wash my hair too often it gets dried out but if I don't wash it enough it gets too oily and my scalp is itchy. But I am a low maintenance hair girl like you, so maybe tea tree oil is an ingredient I should start looking for.

    • Thanks much for stopping by. Fragrance is a personal thing, but most often than not, if a certain smell doesn't appeal to me, most likely it isn't. I get what you mean w/ your hair concern. Yeah tea tree might address that, let me know how it works. Have a lovely weekend.xo

  • Wow, you are the perfect person to test out hair products. I envy your flowing mane. My hair only will grow so long, and quits!

    This sounds interesting, thanks for the info!

  • The thing I love the most about my hair is its thickness. I can do whatever I want without running out of strands. X3

  • Ooops. I'm so excited for this one I've decided to join then realized it's for US only. Sorry about that sis. Just cancel my entry. Btw, We have the same waist length hair. ๐Ÿ™‚ Love your blog! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • I enjoy the thickness of my hair now if I could get it to grow as long as yours and been so pretty that would be awesome!

  • being silky

  • I love how strong my hair is– And I do some damage to it too!

  • Anonymous

    I love what Tea Tree oil can do! I think this trio could really help me solve some of my hair problems.

    Thank you for the giveaway offer.

  • I love the color.

  • Lydia Harpe

    I love the length of my hair, it comes down halfway to my butt =)

  • I entered the giveaway! I'm so glad you're not asking to do a blog post for entries, i feel so bad that i will make a blog post for a giveaway and but I won't make a regular post… lol. you don't need to know if your readers blog or not right?! haha. & to answer the giveaway question: i love that my hair is relatively healthy. it's flat though so ive been contemplating giving it more heat and damage in exchange for less boring =| not a good tradeoff but at least you can try to mitigate damage!

  • I love the color of my hair!!!!
    It's really a great review and u sorta knock at my most concerned problem.
    My hair is very dry and not glossy at all ๐Ÿ™

  • I dont love my hair as they are dry and frizzy but i like that it has volume.

  • I love that my hair is naturally wavy

  • My hair is really long as well and I love the texture of it.

  • Sheila Chaffins

    I love that my hair is silver.

  • Nice review! Thanks for sharing. ๐Ÿ™‚

    What I love my hair? Hmmm.. I love it because it's long now. ๐Ÿ™‚ So I am wondering if I would curl it or keep it straight. I would have to go for a rebond if I would keep it straight. And one thing I love about it is its natural color. It looks like chestnut brown. Many mistakenly thinks that I get a hair dye even if I didn't. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Hmm…it's actually a bit a love/hate thing. I know I'm lucky that my hair grows so fast and so well. It's thick and generally very healthy. But it drives me nuts because I don't like to get it cut very often, so growing fast isn't always a plus! I do like how thick it is, though.

    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  • Shari

    I like my natural curls & thickness of my hair.

  • I've been using their hair oil, anti-breakage cream and the conditioner. My favorite of the bunch is the anti-breakage cream and oil.

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