Review: Jason Thin to Thick Shampoo
Here’s the last of the Jason Shampoos that I purchased. Here I have, Jason Thin to Thick Shampoo. The purpose of this shampoo is to strengthen and volumize fine hair. The shampoo contains biotin and panthenol to boost volume and revitalize the hair. It increases elasticity and that in turn leads to less hair breakage. It also contains plant proteins to add luster and more bounce to the hair. I’ve been using it for a few weeks already. Here are my thoughts on it!
This shampoo comes out like a lotion. It’s difficult to move the shampoo around. It doesn’t lather up much. Just a little bit. It’s not that noticeable. It’s not a shampoo that’s easy to use, in my opinion. I prefer shampoos that foam up and just glides across my head with little effort, lol. But this shampoo does leave my scalp and hair feeling clean. I love the minty smell and feeling that it gives! It feels invigorating and very nice on the hair. Very refreshing. The results weren’t bad at all considering how difficult it was to use the shampoo and to get a little bit of lather going on. So this shampoo leaves my hair feeling and looking volumized afterwards. My hair does feel fuller, and I just love running my fingers through my hair after a good wash! Also, my hair doesn’t feel dirty by the end of the day when I use this shampoo. I mean, it actually improves my hair!
So, overall, I like it. But there are some things that I don’t like about this shampoo besides the few points I made earlier. I don’t like the lotion texture of the shampoo even though the results are pretty good. I really think it’s just missing that foamy lather, and I end up using more product than necessary to get my hair clean. Another thing that I don’t like about this shampoo is the size of the bottle is only 8 fl. oz. It’s so tiny. I’m so close to being done with it, and I haven’t been using it for that long. Give me a shampoo that’s good and comes in a larger bottle instead! I’m not asking for something that lasts forever, but just something that’s larger than 8. fl. oz. Something that lasts longer than these tiny shampoo bottles. I don’t think this shampoo is for me. I don’t want to spend that much on shampoo. My hair isn’t too picky to begin with.
Pros & Cons
- Gentle on the hair
- Has a minty smell and feeling to it
- Adds volume, makes hair fuller
- Difficult to use
- Doesn’t lather up much
- Lotion texture
- Comes in a 8 fl. oz. bottle
I love the results of this shampoo. It cleanses, volumizes, and has a minty feeling to it. I love shampoos that are minty or contains tea tree oil. This shampoo contains mint. But, this shampoo is just way too tiny. I don’t think it’s worth the price for the size. I’ll search for something else after I finish it…
If you missed out on my other Jason shampoo reviews…
Review: Jason Thicken & Restore Biotin Hyaluronic Acid Shampoo
Review: Jason Tea Tree Normalizing Shampoo
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