Purchased At: Claudie’s Hair Revitalizer | 16 oz. $12.75
Conditions hair and scalp, aid in promoting healthy hair and scalp. Moisturize, soften, smoothes hair, add luster and body to hair.
*Note: While writing this review, I noticed the ingredients listed on my bottle differs to what is listed on Claudie’s Hair Revitalizer’s website. After researching the website, I located a disclaimer that stated full ingredients are listed on labels but not on the website to protect formulations. I also noticed the website prohibits links to their website, thus I did not include a direct hyperlink to the product for your viewing.
For normal to dry hair. Spritz on hair and scalp, lightly massage scalp. For best results do not rinse. Hair Tea Spritz is concentrated, a little goes a long way.
I absolutely love tea rinsing as a means to combat shedding. Claudie’s Hair Tea Spritz is kinda where it all began before I decided to dabble in loose leaf teas. I recently revisited the Hair Tea Spritz because the product had well exceeded its shelf life and I want to use it up before it goes bad.
I have used the Hair Tea Spritz a number of ways (listed from least to best):
- On dry hair as a mid-week refresher
- Wash day leave-in with using it as the liquid step of the LOC (liquid, oil, cream) method
- Post-wash scalp treatment
- Pre-wash scalp treatment
Have you ever allowed tea to sit in a cup for a period of time and notice the yucky film it leaves behind? ALL teas do exactly that to my dry hair. Therefore, it didn’t work as a mid-week refresher.
Hair Tea Spitz worked well as a wash day leave-in. It really helped with detangling but I moved away from using it in this way because I didn’t want the filmy effects to impact my hair.
Hair Tea Spritz worked great as a post-wash scalp treatment. I spritzed it on clean hair, layered my deep conditioner on top and allowed the two to sit on my hair for a minimum of 30 minutes. It really softened the hair and there was a noticeable decrease in shedding. It provided great slip which helped with detangling.
Last but not least, is the pre-wash scalp treatment. This is my current method for applying all tea rinses. My pre-wash treatment is pretty much the same as the post-wash treatment except I spritz the hair and layer on conditioner pre-wash. I will spritz the hair either the night before wash day or on wash day with allowing the Hair Tea Spritz to sit on the scalp for a minimum of 30 minutes. My hair loves this method and there is a noticeable decrease in shedding. The upside to this method is the hair is soft at the start of wash day which helps the entire wash day to go smoothly. And, in even better news, the cleansing step does not negate the softness, even when clarifying and chelating.
I’m very glad I returned to this product because it made me realize how much I love it, miss it and hate fooling with loose leaf teas. I also feel it controls my shedding better than loose leaf teas. The only reason I migrated away from it was cost, definitely not performance. Loose leaf teas are cheaper and you can customize a spritz to suit your hair’s needs. However, even with all of that, Claudie’s Hair Tea trumps any of the loose leaf tea spritzes I’ve made. Lastly, I like convenience of having a pre-made, perfectly formulated spritz. I don’t miss steeping loose leaf teas and fooling with the trial and error associated with creating a concoction that my hair adores.
Have you tried Claudie’s Hair Revitalizer Hair Tea Spritz?