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Jason Shampoo, Tea Tree, 17.5 Ounce

In 1959, a group of independent thinkers drew upon the pioneering spirit that was so much a part of their California heritage and set out on a road of rediscovery. Theirs was a path back to safer, natural ingredients proven to work together in effective ways. And so the JĀSÖN (which means “healer” in Greek) brand was born. The JĀSÖN team meticulously created body loving products staying true to the JĀSÖN Code of Honor: select safe, wholesome, natural ingredients, rigorously test every formula to ensure safety and efficacy, never test on animals, and constantly innovate and improve. As one generation has given way to the next, JĀSÖN products have remained on the path forged by the brand’s founders, committed to discovering even more ways to offer personal care solutions safer for us, our families and our planet.

Key features

  • Normalizing shampoo that is gentle enough to use everyday
  • Minimizes dry, flakey skin build-up on the scalp
  • Australian tea tree oil combined with grapefruit extract purifies and fortifies hair follicles
  • Calendula, hops, sage extracts, and wheat germ oil relieve discomfort of itchiness
  • All natural with no petrolatum, sodium lauryl, sulfates, parabens, or phthalates

Honest reviews

★★★★★

my favorite shampoo

i like that it doesn’t have any fragrance and all those harmful chemicals. though it’s those chemicals that make a shampoo super-sudsy, this one suds up enough, unlike other more natural shampoos. it’s gentle enough for daily use. though i don’t know about other folks’ hair habits, i don’t even use a conditioner – just shampoo and rinse.

Lorie Kingsport, TN
★★★★★

great shampoo with no toxic fragrances

I have fine limp hair AND I am allergic to that toxic waste site leftovers that they label as “fragrance.” With this shampoo I get gentile cleaning that leaves my hair healthy and doesn’t send me into respiratory arrest.

Bethany Friendsville, PA
★★★★★

Too much residue

I ran out of Thursday Plantation tea tree/sulphur shampoo. I live overseas now, so I tried switching to this which I can find at the commissary.Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Deep Scalp Cleansing Shampoo (6.7 fl oz)My hair looks fine, but by the end of the day I have an entire layer of residue on my scalp and it itches like crazy. I’m tempted to throw it away.

Erna Poulsbo, WA
★★★★★

Pleasant Shampoo

My husband and I both use this shampoo – he for light dandruff control, and me just because I like the way it cleans my fine hair. It is paraben-free, and does not contain sodium lauryl/laureth sulfates. The scent is not as refreshing as the scent of Jason Natural Cosmetics – Satin Shower Body Wash/Tea Tree Oil 30 fl oz Gel, which is a fabulous body wash, but it is not a bad scent. You do need to watch that it doesn’t get in your eyes, since tea tree oil can sting a bit.

Katelyn Tylerton, MD
★★★★★

Works but isn’t the best!

I have oily scalp and hair along with being very sensitive. See my other hair product reviews. I don’t then obviously recommend it for oily hair otherwise it’s okay. If you want better check my other reviews. It definantly adds extra ingrediants unlike free and clear which some may prefer- but, I don’t.

Delia Mohave Valley, AZ
★★★★★

Not the Worst, Not the Best

This shampoo works as a cleanser, but it doesn’t smell good, leaves my hair feeling dry with a very slight filminess that will likely build up over time. I will use it occasionally to purify my scalp with tea tree oil, but I will not use it very often.

Edith Bergton, VA
★★★★★

I don’t know if this working

Been using this every time I wash my hair for a month now. I still feel the itch. I don’t know if it’s working. It seems to less tea tree oil in this one than Nature’s gate. The smell is ok – not amazing. Very light and delicate – much like the shampoo! I won’t buy this again!

Lacy Groveland, CA
★★★★★

Not what I expected 🙁

I typically use Burt’s Bees shampoo and love what it does for my hair, but not for my scalp (dry and itchy). I purchased this shampoo to use on occasion to prevent the itchy scalp it seems to cause. Plus, I love the refreshing tingle of tea tree shampoos.Let me just say, I honestly felt like I was being dipped for fleas the first time I used this product. It has a horrible chemical odor…EXACTLY like pesticide. I tried a few more times to stomach it, but just can’t do it. Plus, you would think it would at least tingle a bit, with it smelling like Raid and all, but nope; NADA.Also, if you are looking for a shampoo that is organic with no SLS…READ THE LABEL! This product is not what it is marketed to be.

Silvia Stonega, VA
★★★★★

Did not help dandruff or scalp at all

I bought this hoping that the tea tree would help stop the dandruff and stop the flaking on my scalp…it didn’t. It also left my hair tangled after washing. Would not buy again.

Denise Harrison City, PA
★★★★★

It’s better than most

It’s better than other shampoos I’ve tried for my problem scalp. Even though it doesn’t stink of tar, it smells like old books. It does relieve my sore head better than regular shampoo. I bounce around my shampoo routine with different shampoos for psorais because it seams to work better, (for me).I do like dermarest, and Paul Mitchell tea tree shampoo as well.

Estelle Remer, MN
★★★★★

Better Than Any Other Dandruff Shampoo!

I bought this product a while ago, and I was so happy with the outcome. After a couple weeks of using it my scalp was no longer itchy (at all) and the flakes went away. It also has a very nice scent. Although it does leave my hair a bit dry, you just need to use a good conditioner and you’re all set. I ran out and I had some head & shoulders stored so I used that. Head & Shoulders really sucks compared to the Jason brand. Once my Head & Shoulders is all gone I am going to go back to Jason and stick with it! It works so great.

Frieda Ridgefield, NJ
★★★★★

JASON Shampoo

The Shampoo arrived yesterday and tried this morning. It was very nice and i think I will be glad I bought it.

Kris Thurmond, WV
★★★★★

So much cheaper online

I’ve found this shampoo in Mom’s grocery stores, but they are almost always cheaper online. It has a gentler formula than let’s say selsun blue. It also has a "fresh" smell. It does not smell like tea or mint. However, it is a little on the "runny" side for shampoo and may leave a little "dustiness" to your hair. I’m not sure if it just makes my hair attract dust, if it’s shampoo residue. It’s not noticeable unless you examine your hair under a microscope – which i do.

Jewel Pepeekeo, HI
★★★★★

Very nice shampoo

Works well to gradually relieve itch and flaking. The mild scent is also pleasant, kind of like eucalyptus. Though not a perfect cure-all, I would recommend this over Head and Shoulders.

Helena Cedar Creek, TX
★★★★★

well healthful shampoo

I was looking for a natural herbal shampoo that would keep lice away from my hair and wanted to try this shampoo. I used to have a flaky itchy hair scalp but not since using it, nor have I had any lice and my hair is soft and fuller. I’ve gotten LOTS of compliments about my “beautiful” hair which I never comb or brush because i’m too busy & lazy to fix my hair. It smells kind of mediciny (because of the tea tree oil) and very liquidy so I mix it with a nice fragrance shampoo like pomegranate, berry, etc or fragrant shower gel with a ratio of 1:2 or 1:3 of jason shampoo to other shampoo.I RUB IT WELL into even the deepest parts of my hair and onto my scalp and LEAVE IT AS LONG AS POSSIBLE in my hair while bathing for the best results.Be careful, though, the drawback is that it DOES sting and burn (because of the tea tree oil) when you leave it on very long. Oh well…..no pain, no gain!!Great product even if it does sting.

Danielle Little Rock Air Force Base, AR
★★★★★

Great Shampoo but over priced on line

We buy this all the time. Problem is some places no longer carry ti. I purchased on line however when I could not find it. However, I found it’s quite a bit more expensive on Amazon then the one I finally found at Whole Foods Stores. But the product is great. Gentle and helps winter itch scalp.

Lesley Bowmansdale, PA