Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Review: Jason Revitalizing Vitamin E Conditioner

When I first wanted to switch to cruelty-free products, my mom kindly took me to the health food store to try a new shampoo, conditioner, and toothpaste. One of the first brands I tried was Jason, which helped ease my transition greatly. Their hair care products are similar in scent and texture to many drugstore products, leaving me with a positive impression of cruelty-free alternatives. Jason's Revitalizing Vitamin E Conditioner is no exception, offering a product with a great texture in an eye-catching bottle.

  • Helps detangle hair
  • Great, creamy texture
  • Left hair soft and manageable
  • Avoids harsh chemicals
  • Affordable
  • Retail availability
  • Moderate EWG rating
This conditioner performs very similar to conventional alternatives. The texture is creamy and the product helps detangle my hair. The scent seemed a little artifical to me, but it was a pleasant fragrance nonetheless. I was disappointed to see that this rates a 6 on EWG Skin Deep database, mainly due to the use of fragrance and vitamin A. While these "hazards" may be exaggerated, this is still a little higher than I'd like to see in an everyday product. Otherwise, this is great-performing alternative to conventional products, and I'd recommend it for anyone looking for products to ease the transition to cruelty-free in a convenient and affordable way.

Also available on Amazon.com.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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