Lanes Tea Tree Conditioner is a leave-in conditioner in a pump spray bottle.
I bought ours from a branch of Home Bargains, however it is widely available at supermarkets and chemists, and also some health food shops may stock it due to it's natural properties. It costs around £2 - £3.00 for 200ml, good value I think.
The fragrance is very strong, and to put it bluntly, you have to like the smell of Tea Tree Oil if you are going to use this product! The smell is what you might call "Medical".
We bought ours in an effort to halt the spread of headlice, and it is used on the children's hair for this reason (but not to much effect to be honest!).
For headlice repelling purposes, you would really have to add more Tea Tree Oil yourself, as it only contains 2% . It also contains Rosemary and Horse Chestnut extracts, although it is not a totally natural product and does contain alcohol, known to be drying to the hair. The good points are, there are no parabens in the ingredients list, making it ideal for all the family.
For good old conditioning though, it's a good product: Spray it in and comb it through, or use it to re-style dry hair in the morning, and it's great. It softens and makes hair easier to brush/comb, although I will admit I have had conditioners that do the job better.
Overall, I would say this is a good conditioner and would be most attractive to people seeking a natural product with minimum amount of chemical ingredients.
Conditioner with 2% tea tree oil /