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Jason Thicken & Restore Biotin + Hyaluronic Acid Shampoo -- 16 fl oz


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Jason Thicken & Restore Biotin + Hyaluronic Acid Shampoo -- 16 fl oz

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Jason Thicken & Restore Biotin + Hyaluronic Acid Shampoo Description

  • 2 X Less Breakage
  • Fuller-Looking Hair!
  • Strengthens and Repairs Damaged Hair
  • Cruelty Free
  • No Parabens, Sulfates, Phthalates, Petrolatum, Artificial Colors

Give your locks renewed life. This shampoo gently cleanses wile restoring strength to damaged hair. Infused with hair-strengthening Biotin, Pro-Vitamin B5, and Hyaluronic Acid, this restorative shampoo leaves you with stronger, healthier hair with every wash.

 

Biodegradable Formula with Tested Results •

Hair looks 2x thicker and fuller in volume

Provides 2x less breakage

Repairs up to 72% of split ends

 

JASON® brand believes in the power of nature's ingredients to improve everyday wellness.  We were pioneers of safer, wholesome personal care, and we continue to harness the earth's bounty of botanicals and essentials for blends that refresh and restore.  Wellness is our second nature, and it has been since 1959.

 

 


Directions

Gently massage shampoo into wet hair and scalp. Rinse and repeat if desired. Follow with JASON® Thicken & Restore Biotin + Hyaluronic Acid Conditioner.
Free Of
Parabens, sulfates, phthalates, petrolatum, artificial fragrances, animal cruelty.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Pump
Servings per Container: 0
Other Ingredients: Aqua (water), cocamidopropyl hydroxysultaine, sodium cocoyl isethionate, glycerin, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter unsaponifiables, mentha arvenis leaf oil, olea europaea (olive) fruit oil (1), persea gratissima (avocado) oil, shea butter ethyl esters, soybean glycerides, aloe barbadensis leaf juice(1), chenopodium quinoa seed(1), hydrolized jojoba protein, nelumbo nucifera flower extract, ascorbyl palmitate, biotin, linoleic acid, panthenol, citric acid, guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, menthol, phenethyl alcohol, sodium chloride, sodium hyaluronate, sucrose laurate, triethyl citrate, alcohol(1), benzyl alcohol, phenoxyethanol, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate.
(1) Certified Organic Ingredient
Warnings

For external use only.  Keep out of reach of children.  Avoid direct contact with eyes. If rash or irritation occurs, stop use and consult a physician.

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5 Things That Cause Hair Breakage (and How to Fix It!)

Gorgeous hair is always a plus, but strong hair is a necessity. Besides looking less-than-ideal, when hair is thin, weak or flat-out damaged, it could be a sign that something’s awry with your health. Just like other parts of our bodies, hair needs the right nutrients in order to thrive. Also, if you want your hair to be healthy, shiny and smooth, you’ll want to put some effort into everyday care. Brunette Woman Holding Pink Flat Iron Staring at Hair Wondering How to Stop Hair Breakage | Vitacost.com/blog

How to stop hair breakage

If you notice that your hair is breaking off or you’re finding strands in your hairbrush or scattered all over the bathroom sink, you may want to investigate the reason why it’s happening. You can always chat with a hairstylist — they’ll be able to offer solutions for styling and guidance for how often to come in for a trim. Here are a few reasons your hair may be breaking, and what to do about it.

Overexposure to harsh weather

Believe it or not, weather conditions can cause hair breakage. “Cold temperatures during winter cause lack of moisture in the air, which can be harsh on your hair and may cause your tresses to become dry and brittle,” says NY-based hairstylist, Kali Ferrara. “If you have split ends, this means that your ends have been too dry for a long period of time,” she says. Hair becomes so brittle that it starts to break away from itself. Split ends aren’t just a winter problem. In the summertime, one of the biggest hazards to hair is overexposure to the sun. One way to protect your hair and avoid damage is to wear a hat. But the best way to prevent hair breakage and damage from weather conditions is to consistently get your ends trimmed. “I recommend regular trims every 8 to 10 weeks, as the trim will remove any split ends that may be forming before they can lead to breakage,” Ferrara says.

Not eating a nutritious diet

If you’re not eating enough healthy fats, biotin and other B vitamins, as well as vitamin D and zinc, in particular, you’re missing out on nutrients that stimulate and support hair growth. The vitamins and nutrients are crucial for strong strands, so if your diet is lacking, your hair may become fragile and thin. Aim to supplement with biotin, zinc and vitamin D, and be sure to include foods in your diet that are good sources of these nutrients. Nuts and seeds, avocado, shellfish and seafood (along with fortified products) are all excellent options. Work on integrating them into each meal of the day and in your snacks.

Not getting enough protein

In addition to the nutrients just mentioned, protein is essential for maintaining strong, healthy hair. Your hair, much like your muscles, needs protein for building and regrowth – especially when it’s been damaged. Include chicken, lean beef, eggs, nuts and seeds, avocado, legumes and beans, tofu, and fish in your diet to ensure adequate protein intake daily. If you’re vegan, tofu and edamame, as well as beans and legumes, are good choices. Try to squeeze in some protein at snack time, too.

Styling too often with heat

Flat irons and curling irons damage hair. If you wash or style your hair daily or brush your hair too often (or aggressively!), damaged hair will break into pieces. One solution is to use a heat-protecting spray or leave-in formula before using these tools. And try making treatment masks at home using nourishing ingredients such as almond oil, avocado, olive oil, banana, egg yolk and honey. “DIY hair masks made from household products can absolutely help support hair growth and combat dryness of the hair and scalp, lack of luster, and breakage,” Ferrara says.  

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