Thursday plantation are an Australian comapny making products with tea tree oil, a natural oil that everyone seems to speak of rather highly for it's ubiquity and efectiveness. Theyt make a shampoo, an anti-dandruff shampoo and a conditioner, each of which retails for around £4.95. I honestly don't know how this compares to other products but I believe it to be on the expensive side but it is worth it. It doesn't have nuclear radiated vitamins with hydrochloric bonds. Okay no shampoo does but who actually knows what they are saying in the advertisements you see for hair care products? Well scientists obviously but they know better than to use rub bizarre chemicals on their heads when there is an effective natural alternative. I'd hope so at any rate. That isn't to say that Thursday Plantation products don't have the list of anonymous sounding ingrediants, just that they are ones you can trust. Aside from the ramblings about how much better Mother Earth is than science their products are not tested on animals nor do they include animal ingrediants so they are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. So you don't care about other spieces or the planet? Well I can't offer Jennifer Aniston or that French footballer to appease your shallow desires but I can tell you that this shampoo works. For some reason my hair stops responding to a shampoo after a matter of weeks but I still use this brand because it still works. It's probably fair to say it is wasted on my hair because the thick fluffy stuff does whatever it wants anyway. But Thursday plantation shampoos keep my hair soft and clean. Although I wash my hair alternate days I have very little problem with dandruff. In fact the best cure for dandruff is apparently tea tree oil anyway. It's good for you and good for the planet and doesn't have annoying commercials.