JASON Dandruff Relief Shampoo Review

This is my favourite shampoo - as so far the only thing I've found that doesn't leave my scalp itchy.

After my trip to Tulliver's health shop in York I came away with a bottle of JASON Dandruff Relief Shampoo. The bottle says that it is an all natural hair and scalp therapy system for cleansing hair and dry, itchy, flaky scalp. It is fortified with MSM, neem oil, tea tree oil, colloidal sulphur and rosemary.

Now I have no idea what MSM is, what colloidal sulphur is supposed to do, or why the rosemary is in there. Maybe the rosemary is to counteract the smell of the sulphur. But I know that neem and tea tree are both powerful natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agents The shampoo also has apple cider vinegar in, which I have read lots of good things about.

I used the Jason dandruff shampoo for a couple of weeks and I have to say it is one of the best things I have used on my scalp for my seborrhoeic dermatitis or whatever I have got.  The shampoo has a very strong (but not unpleasant) herbal smell. It is white-ish coloured and very thick so it takes a bit of effort too get it lathered up all through your hair. Like lots of the scalp-treatment shampoos I've tried recently, you leave it on for 2-3 minutes before rinsing out (a good time to shave your legs or brush your teeth!)

Jason shampoo (and I guess their whole range) has no nasties in, so there's no laureth sulphate or lauryl sulphate, both said to be potential irritants. With using this shampoo every other day or every two days, I found it really got rid of the scalp build-up/cradle cap and no itchiness at all. I guess the problem would return if I stopped using it, but it's not unpleasant to use and also leaves my hair quite nice. I'd really like something I could just take to get rid of the problem for good but that doesn't seem to be an option.

Jason dandruff relief shampoo costs about £9 for a 355ml bottle. It's a brown plastic bottle and you're supposed to keep it out of daylight. I haven't been using any conditioner at all whilst trying all these scalp shampoos but I haven't really missed it too much. If you want to add a bit more shine to your hair, try rubbing some coconut oil into your hands (till it's pretty much rubbed in) then running your hands over and through your dry hair.

This is without doubt the best shampoo I have found for my skin/ scalp. You can buy it online here.
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  1. Hi Charlotte, thank you for sharing your experience! I stumbled on your post and found it to be really encouraging and informational. I bought some of the shampoo you recommended with the hope that it will work for me too. However, I was wondering what site did you buy it from? I tried the link you provided but it didn't work for some reason.



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