Thin-to-Thick Conditioner from JASON Review

I recently switched shampoo and conditioner after running out of one of the more expensive ones that I loved, and have been pretty disappointed with the results. My hair looks really flat, and there’s a bit of frizz that I think is really noticeable. The shampoo doesn’t create very much lather, and the conditioner doesn’t seem to do anything. My eyes are always tearing up as I am brushing through my hair to get out knots and tangles. Regrettably, my hair just doesn’t feel very clean after using these products, and it feels very dry instead of soft.

My new conditioner from the JĀSÖN® line of natural hair care could not have arrived sooner! Every few days I switch between the shampoo and conditioner I am currently using and sneak some of my husband’s shampoo and follow that with the JĀSÖN® from Thin-to-Thick® Volume Conditioner.

After use one use of the Thin-to-Thick® Volume Conditioner, I noticed one very huge difference between it and the conditioner I had only recently started using: I could actually comb through my hair and it was snarl-free!

I have always had very fine hair, and it can break easily if I am not extra careful. Another great benefit of the Thin-to-Thick® Volume Conditioner is that it strengthens the hair with Vitamins A, C, and E, which means fewer fly-aways (of which I have a lot) and split ends.

To use it, I only have to leave it on for 1-2 minutes, which is the longest I am willing to leave on anything because I’m a busy mom and have less time to spend on myself than I would like.

I have been very pleased with this conditioner so far, and I am planning to invest in the Thin-to-Thick® Volume Shampoo as well for maximum effect.

*I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.*


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