Friday, October 28, 2011

Jason Natural Hair Care Shampoo & Conditioner Line - Eco Beauty That's Free of Harmful Chemicals

Does she or doesn't she? Only her colorist knows for sure, the old ad campaign goes. Well, I'm going to let you in on a secret because it relates to this post.  Yes, like most Baby Boomer women I do have my hair colored every few months. I also want to always maintain the health, color and shine between treatments, too. No doubt those are issues that virtually all gals in every age category who dye their tresses are concerned about.

So, why would any of us want to further complicate the health of our hair by washing and conditioning it with products containing harmful chemicals? That's why I'm glad I had the opportunity to try Jason brand new and improved eco friendly Pure Natural Shampoo and Conditioner in the Color Protect Henna variety.
Love that the conditioner label is inverted, as I don't wear my contacts in the shower
iPhone Photo by Janis Brett Elspas,

Not only did it smell heavenly while showering, after experiencing the luxurious after effects of using Jason's shampoo and condition, it's good to know that I'm using a product that is free of harmful sulfates (surfactants) and phthalates (fragrance stabilizers) which can hurt your hair. In fact, the manufacture of products containing some of the ingredients that go into many other conventional shampoos on the market can potentially produce dangerous carcinogens according to the World Health Organization
Since I don't have to worry about my hair, I can enjoy this good book
iPhone Photo,

In addition to the Color Protect Henna type I tried for this review, Jason Pure Natural Hair Care shampoo and conditioners come in Moisturizing Aloe Vera, Super Shine Apricot, Restorative Biotin, Long & Strong Jojoba, Smoothing Sea Kelp, Volumizing Lavender, and Revitalizing Vitamin E. The 16 ounce shampoo and conditioner are listed at $10.49 SRP and are available at natural food stores, Whole Foods Market, ULTA Beauty and on the company's website.

What's your favorite brand of shampoo and conditioner? And what concerns you most about the products you use to wash and condition your hair? Leave a comment and share.

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