Review: Soapbox Tea Tree Soothing Scalp Treatment #Soapbox #TeaTreeScalpTreatment, #haircare

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5 fl.oz./142mL $9.99

If you have build-up on your hair from hair styling products or have dry scalp, then I have a great product for you. Soapbox makes a great pre-shampoo product called Tea Tree Soothing Scalp Treatment that helps to get rid of any hair styling product build-up, and is also great for dry scalp to help rid the hair of dry flaky skin. Give your scalp a fresh start with this tea tree scalp treatment. 

Tea tree, known for its anti-bacterial and purifying properties, helps to promote a healthy scalp by removing build-up and soothing irritation. Tea tree oil, blended with nourishing shea butter, Vitamins B5, A, E, and hyaluronic acid to deeply cleanse and balance the scalp and promote healthy, hydrated hair. To use: Before shampooing, run the tip of the applicatore along scalp, applying 1-2 drops per section until scalp is covered. Massage into scalp. Leave in for 1-3 minutes. Rinse thoroughly. For best results, pair this with the Soapbox Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner. 

Soapbox also gives back. The Soapbox Hope Code is a program whereby, when you purchase a Soapbox product and enter the code provided a free bar of soap is sent locally or abroad to someone in need. Just enter the code provided on the product into the website and off one goes.

I really like the Tea Tree Soothing Scalp Treatment. I don't have a problem so much with product build-up as I do with dry scalp. My skin is VERY dry and I find it itching and myself needing to scratch a lot. This product helps to soothe my scalp and leaves it irritation free. It does help get rid of build-up too, and quite well I might add. But its soothing abilities are also good. I would recommend this product to anyone with dry scalp or for anyone who gets product build-up in their hair and wants to get rid of it easily.

Soapbox Tea Tree Soothing Scalp Treatment retails for $9.99 and is available on Like Soapbox on Facebook:; Follow Soapbox on Twitter: @soapboxsoaps; Follow Soapbox on Instagram:; Subscribe to Soapbox on YouTube: and Add Soapbox on Snapchat:

Until Next Time~

Marie Papachatzis

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