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Beauty brands you may not have heard of: Jason

Variety of Jason products
Variety of Jason products

If you have ever been told that you have sensitive skin or a reaction to a product you know that it is best to start using organic, natural products. Jason is the perfect brand for all your cleansing and beauty needs. The company never tests on animals, uses safe, gentle, yet effective ingredients that will not irritate skin. It will help to do the opposite.

There are products to fit every skin need at cost effective prices. Without over drying skin their Super C Effects line, such as the Pure Natural Super-C Cleanser ($9) helps to lift dirt without drying the skin. All of their body creams are incredibly nourishing, but do not leave your skin with that oily residue. It actually is absorbed into your skin.

Just like the skin, there is a shampoo and conditioner for every need. Unique to other hair care lines out there is the Restorative Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner Strengthens and Repairs Damaged Hair ($9). Biotin is a miracle when it comes to helping grow out hair and nails. This shampoo will help to speed up the process especially if you are dealing with a haircut you do not want to remember.

Keep your pearly whites, white with a toothpaste or mouthwash. There are delicious flavors you will not want to spit out. The toothpastes are in chic, vintage like tubes that are great for showing off your oral hygiene.

Summer time means you MUST protect your skin, no ifs, ands, or buts. Keep skin clear with their extensive line of sunscreens and bug sprays. There is a sport sunscreen, regular lotion, face lotion and natural bug spray ($8).

Jason has also recently added a gluten free line. It seems that everywhere you look someone has a gluten sensitivity and why shouldn’t we be sensitive to that. Well, Jason is. There gluten free line does not sacrifice the quality and it has everything everyone needs. There are facial cleansers, lotions, and so many other potions.

Jason products are available at Whole Foods Markets and other natural food and beauty stores.

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