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Reddit mentions of Jason Dandruff Relief Treatment Shampoo 12 oz

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Jason Dandruff Relief Treatment Shampoo 12 oz
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  • One 12 oz. bottle of Jason Dandruff Relief Treatment Shampoo
  • Gently cleanses and nourishes hair while controlling scalp dermatitis and mild psoriasis
  • Crafted with a wholesome blend of sulfur, salicylic acid and jojoba, olive and rosemary oils
  • A formula inspired by nature's best, free from parabens, sulfates, phthalates and petrolatum
  • Always cruelty-free, never tested on animals
Height7.524 Inches
Length2.2 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateFebruary 2019
Size12 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
Weight0.75 Pounds
Width2.2 Inches

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Found 24 comments on Jason Dandruff Relief Treatment Shampoo 12 oz:

u/dare2smile · 6 pointsr/Psoriasis

What other shampoos are you using?

I used to have that tight feeling, and would scratch myself till I bled. The biggest amount of relief I found was switching to shampoo that is paraben and sulfate free as my daily shampoo. Personally, I use L'Oreal Ever line for my daily, and twice a week I use Jäson. Once a week I use a coal tar shampoo (can't get away from the chemicals on that one), and this seems to maintain it all without causing any pain.

The other thing I use is this weird thingie. It brings up all the flakes so they can wash out (I use it in the shower), and if you've got long hair like me, it helps get some of that shampoo down to your scalp. Plus it feels kinda good. :)

u/piccolo1228 · 4 pointsr/Psoriasis

I agree with acronymopolis. Shorter hair helps with the flaking. I use tea tree shampoo and it helps a bit.

I also have several other shampoos that are prescription and OTC. I used the T-gel stuff with coal tar, but that didn't work for me. A shampoo with salicyclic acid is pretty easy to find in the grocery or drug store. This is the one I use. I use that in rotation with this shampoo as well. Then I also have clobex, but that is a prescription.

I've heard that some people rub oils and whatever into their scalps. You could research that. Join up and get some heathcare and make an appt with a dermatologist. Better to catch it early.

u/dcntrliz · 4 pointsr/AlternativeHealth

My first experience with naturopathy was when my daughter had an ear infection and we were fed up with the normal Doc. I took her to an ND (Naturopathic Doctor) and she gave us garlic-mullein oil to put in my daughters ears. She went from not wanting to do anything at all, to up and playing in just a few hours. I took her back to the ND the two days later. The doctor scoped her ears again and she was 100% better. Since then I invested in The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine and have used it for many common illnesses.

Next, I've had seasonal allergies really bad for years. To the point where I would wake up sneezing over and over again until I could take claritin and wait for the effects. Knowing how well my daughter's naturopathic cure worked, I decided to try that approach. I did some research and I found Stinging Nettle capsules and QBC plex. They seriously changed my life. I would take the QBC plex everyday during allergy season and the Stinging Nettle anytime I really had it bad. Eventually I didn't have to take either and I could go outside without sneezing and all the fun that comes with allergies.

Finally, I've also struggled with dandruff for much of my life. I searched high and low to find a natural cure and I eventually found Jason's Dandruff Shampoo . It works wonders and I noticed huge improvements after only a couple uses.

Overall, I'm so glad I lived in a place that was able to open my eyes to naturopathy specifically. It has enabled me to be more self-reliant and more skeptical of pharmaceuticals.

P.S. I would love to see this thread used more as well. Thank You.

u/moesickle · 4 pointsr/curlyhair

This is CG Friendly Jason Dandruff Relief Treatment Shampoo 12 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000FGDIAS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_0TUGDbE74TKSE

u/lo_dolly_lolita · 3 pointsr/curlyhair

I use this shampoo once a week and it helped immensely. After shampooing I just put conditioner on the last few inches of my hair.

u/republican4 · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

I love this

u/Aleysia · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I don't have SD (at least, I don't think I do), but I've been using Jason's Dandruff shampoo and I've read that it's really good for SD as well. I've found it helpful for itchiness/dandruff at least.

It has SA, TTO, and sulfur in it, so do make sure to leave it in for a while to let it work, otherwise the sulfur smell sticks to your hair like glue. No idea why.

u/wolf-boy · 2 pointsr/ftm

I use natural dandruff shampoo (no parabens or lauryl sulfates, blahblahblah) by Jason. It has curbed my dandruff very well but I never really had rashes, just flakes.

If your hair/scalp is particularly dry, however, I really would recommend coconut oil. Just slather it right into your hair until it saturates down to your scalp and let it sit for a while to condition, then rinse it out as best as you can. I usually end up shampooing afterward, but in your case it might be best if you didn't until a day later or whatever so it can really soak in.

Apple cider vinegar is great stuff. If you're using it externally only, I would actually recommend drinking it a little bit every day as well! Could help from the inside out.

u/stitchedsoles · 2 pointsr/onebag

I've tried a bunch of different stuff and what finally helped was Jason's dandruff relief. I just needed the treatment without sulfates it silicones. I just fill a small travel size container with it.

After that I follow my shower with a bit of Argan oil on my scalp and in my hair.

u/shizade · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I have had the best results with sulphur based products. Currently, I'm using [Jason's Dandruff Relief](JASON Natural Cosmetics Dandruff Relief Shampoo, Rosemary, Olive and Jojoba, 12 Ounces https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000FGDIAS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_E2KIxbEN4CJM8).

u/JaxxedUp · 2 pointsr/manbuns

The itch is usually from going cold turkey, gotta find a shampoo bar and slowly transition, I don't think I'll ever be water only but I'm close! Get a shampoo bar from here I'd recommend the butter bar conditioner shampoo bar and then one of their conditioner creams as a conditioner. I also highly recommend their body soap especially the honey butter. Give it another shot and dive in and stick to it! Experiment a little cause what works for me may not work best for you! I've also been recommended this before https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Cosmetics-Dandruff-Shampoo-Rosemary/dp/B000FGDIAS

u/Smitty89 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Very helpful advice, don't use the olay pro x even once a week?. Any shampoo, or conditioner you recommend? I use this for dandruff.


u/TangiestIllicitness · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Ah. I had some issues with it on my scalp as well, and this shampoo really helped. Mine was fairly mild on my scalp, though. I've used a sulfur-based treatment for my horse's skin issues for years, yet it didn't occur to me until recently that it could help me, too.

u/3rd-Grade-Spelling · 1 pointr/Dermatology

I have this problem.

I use this stuff. Works well for cystic acne as well.


u/farmgirlfromscratch · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Sure do! :)

My derm actually told me to try coconut oil to help stretch the steroid foam she prescribed. It was a new medicine at the time and it was crazy expensive per can and she thought I'd need to refill a few times a year.

You can sub in any oil that his skin likes (olive oil, etc.). The oils help with the silvery patches.

If he has scalp psoriasis the best shampoo I ever used for it was jaason dandruff shampoo

It has a strong smell when hair is wet so I ultimately had to stop using it. The best unscented shampoo I've found is honeyskin . They also make a cream I want to try.

Snail goop has really really helped. I put it on my face twice a day and on big bites, scratches etc. I usually put recovery gel on top of snail hoop. I've used mizon and scinic snail.

For my hands I use coconut oil, followed by shea butter followed by lanolin daily.

When I have a scale forming I put snail down first.

I eat avocado a few times a week.

I'm looking at the guerisson cream but I have to research it more for cruelty/ ethical reasons. I'm already using a horse product ( kikamasamune if I read that recent post right)

For me the big things were to keep my hands from getting wet/ chapped. Every time I get s psoriasis flare on my hands it takes months to heal. I pretty much wear work gloves or vinyl exam gloves year round while I'm doing chores.

I also avoid anything that can give me a friction burn. I had a horrible psoriasis patch on my coochie once from a friction burn. Long story short we never tried that particular thing again.

The best advice I have is learn what triggers flare ups. It's taken me years to build my list.

I desperately needed to take counter actions because I didn't want to take the immune suppressing pills my derm wanted me to take. Anything that has cancer as a side effects is a last choice only in my book.

u/IcemanBlizz · 1 pointr/curlyhair

I've been using JASON Natural Cosmetics Dandruff Relief Shampoo. It's inexpensive and does the job quite well. Make sure he uses some kind of conditioner to restore moisture. I alternate between this and Peppermint Tea Tree Shampoo from Eden Bodyworks. My hair is very thick and I have a dry scalp so I have to shampoo fairly regularly. I also use a shampoo brush to make sure I really get everything out.

u/heytheresmoothskin · 1 pointr/eczema

Your comment about the apple cider vinegar reminded me that I also suffered from scalp eczema in my teens. I tried ACV but the intense burning sensation wasn't worth the minimal relief it offered.
Is the shampoo by Jason this one? . I'll definitely get some and give it a try when the T-Gel stops working!

u/saxMachine · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Not AB but my go to anti-dandruff and scalp healer hair product is a shampoo from Jason. I've been using this one or twice a week since 2010. 7 Years and it's the only product that calms my scalp. However, if you're not into herbal/medicinal smell, then you won't like this. This smells like tea tree with mint and a slight hint of sulfur and can stick to the hair for a a few hours so I use it only at night.

u/CafeRoaster · 1 pointr/minimalism

I tried a lot of things before finally figuring it out at 30 years old.

[Jason brand dandruff shampoo](Jason Dandruff Relief Treatment Shampoo 12 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000FGDIAS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_CwGyCbGQXK88Y).

u/akward_tension · 1 pointr/ParisComments

comment content: Probably because they have something else that is supposed to help.

For what it's worth (if you're looking), I use Jason once a week, and L'Oreal in between. They don't hurt my head, but they don't necessarily reduce the coverage area either.

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u/Madky67 · 1 pointr/30PlusSkinCare

Your shampoo could be the cause. I would definitely start using an aha and or bha product. I would use a gentle cleanser like vanicream Vanicream Gentle Facial Cleanser with Pump Dispenser | Fragrance, Gluten and Sulfate Free | For Sensitive Skin | 8 Ounce https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QY1XZ4W/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_dq1CDbWX75558 then a good toner like MIZON Aha & Bha Daily Clean Toner, 5.07 Fluid Ounce https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LUU42NU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_bo1CDb3KXNJ4A there is also a different selection on this mizon toner for a aha serum. I haven't tried it but I am planning on buying it. I really love Cosrx products. I use the COSRX BHA Blackhead Power Liquid, 100ml https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073P6ZQ4V/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Vw1CDb8W7WA27 a lot because it uses a different form of salicylic acid which great for sensitive skin, plus this is moisturizing.

Edit I would also recommend Jason dandruff shampoo Jason Dandruff Relief Treatment Shampoo 12 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000FGDIAS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_WB1CDbSVRBM37 it has the bha salicylic acid and sulfer which help exfolites your scalp. If you do have fungal acne or are having a reaction to your shampoo this is a good choice. I have been dealing with a dry scalp and then it turns into dandruff, after 4 uses my scalp looks so much better

u/Chicken_beard · 1 pointr/NoPoo


Edit: I did try Tea Tree oil shampoos at various times, including Nature's Gate which is pretty well reviewed. None worked well enough for me

u/Hellobooboocat · -1 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I agree that doctors / derms have been totally useless when it comes to fungus. They just don't get it, and lots of the treatments actually make it worse.

Have you tried sulfur ointment and/or oxygenated olive oil? I use them in combination with PC's CLEAR BHA and hemp oil cleansing (I either just wipe the oil off with a hot towel or wash with a very mild soap, the Kampuku beauty bar)

I had / have some on my eyebrows, nose, hairline and these two products help / cure it when I use them regularly.



also if you ever get any around your hairline, the holy grail combo for me is soaking my hair in coconut oil for at least 30 mins then shampooing with https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Cosmetics-Dandruff-Shampoo-Rosemary/dp/B000FGDIAS

Also the Olive Gold left on overnight as a scalp treatment / eyebrow treatment (or anything really) moisturizes and is anti-fungal better than coconut oil for me