I decided to waste some more money on shampoo & conditioner again. I have purchased alot of products in the last months in my continued search to find the best shampoo/conditioner for my long, fine hair. So many sites rave about the new organic lines & that we need to go more natural avoiding this ingredient or that ingredient. So I noticed a medium size bottle green in color with a gold top, sitting by itself & probably never being purchased except by me. Why? Because I am on a mission to find that perfect shampoo/conditioner. You see I have long hair & difficulty being satisfied with just anything. Okay, back to this bottle. I bought Hydrating Teetree Mint Shampoo & Conditioner by Organix. I should have known better from the name. Oh well. I will never purchase this again! Save your money & curiosity. Simply, no results. The shampoo did not lather well. Actually I had to use quite a bit of the product to try to get lather. I need to have lather. The scent is supposed to have a minty smell. The smell was really light & not pleasant for me. I felt like I needed to wash my hair again but with another product. The conditioner was worse. It left my long hair in a tangled mess. So I was tugging & pulling at my hair with a comb to get the tangles out. Why even use conditioner if it does not leave your hair tangle free? What could that conditioner be doing for your hair at all? Absolutely nothing! These bottles came with a tag to try the product free with a cash rebate by mail. I have a better suggestion, free at the register. These products have Australian tea tree oils (whatever that is!), milk proteins and micro infused (whatever that is!) peppermint oils. Sulfate free. Made in the USA. Not tested on animals. Website: Organixhair.com I don't think you will be needing that website though. Time to take these bottles to the garbage, another product disappointment.