JASON Natural Body Wash, Aloe Vera

Last updated date: November 22, 2019

DWYM Score
9.0

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 61 expert reviews, the JASON JASON Natural Body Wash, Aloe Vera placed 7th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note December 1, 2019:
Checkout The Best Organic Body Wash for a detailed review of all the top organic body washes.

Expert Summarized Score
10.0
2 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
8.6
1,329 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
It doesn’t contain sulfates, petroleum products, or phthalates.
- Get the Glitter
The scent is very mild and almost unnoticeable, depending on your sensitivity to scents. Hubby appreciated that it didn’t smell like flowers and I liked having something clean and fresh for a break from my usual scented body washes.
- An Unwritten Life
March 24, 2013 | Full review
What experts didn't like
The price seems high for this body wash
- An Unwritten Life
March 24, 2013 | Full review

From The Manufacturer

Gently cleanse and nourish your skin with JASON Soothing Aloe Vera Body Wash. Infused with nutrient-rich vitamin E and pro-vitamin B5, plus calming aloe vera juice and sunflower seed oil, our gentle body wash moisturizes and delivers lipid relief, leaving skin feeling calm and soft. Our biodegradable formula is made with safe, gentler and effective ingredients and contains no parabens, harsh sulfates, phthalates or petrolatum. It is also not tested on animals. The 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.

Overall Product Rankings

1. Puracy Natural Body Wash, Citrus and Sea Salt
Overall Score: 9.6
Expert Reviews: 22
2. Everyone 3-in-1 Body Soap, Coconut and Lemon
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 3
3. BOTANIC HEARTH Body Wash, Tea Tree
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 6
4. FineVine Organic Body Wash, Tea Tree Oil
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 6
5. The Honest Company Shampoo + Body Wash, Orange Vanilla
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 9
6. The Right to Shower Body Wash, Charcoal Cotton Blossom
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 1
7. JASON Natural Body Wash, Aloe Vera
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 2
8. Avalon Organics Nourishing Body Wash, Lavender
Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 6
9. Majestic Pure Body Wash, Tea Tree
Overall Score: 8.0
Expert Reviews: 3
10. Alba Botanica Bath and Shower Gel, Lavender
Overall Score: 7.5
Expert Reviews: 1

An Overview On Organic Body Washes

Approximately 243 million households in America use body wash each year. If you prefer body wash over bar soap, you may want to take a look at the ingredients found on your bottle’s product label. Many of them contain harsh chemicals that aren’t beneficial to the body. Instead, consider switching to an organic body wash that contains only natural ingredients that actually nourish your skin.

As you shop, you’ll want to keep the following information in mind:

Double check that the body wash is free from harsh ingredients, as some products that claim to be organic aren’t actually 100% organic. The ingredients you’ll want to avoid include perfumes, synthetic dyes, drying alcohols and parabens. You may also want to look for a cruelty-free label. This lets you know the body wash was not tested on animals.

Determine who you are buying the organic body wash for. Some are formulated for women, while others are designed for men. Then there are body washes like the Puracy Natural Body Wash, Citrus and Sea Salt, which is recommended for everyone, including both sexes, children and even the family dog.

Consider your skin type when selecting the perfect body wash. Some are made for individuals with dry skin, while others cater to those with oily skin. The BOTANIC HEARTH Body Wash, Tea Tree has added ingredients for treating skin that is often plagued with acne, eczema, jock itch and yeast infections.

Choose a body wash that has multiple uses. The Everyone 3-in-1 Body Soap, Coconut and Lemon is not only a body wash, but also a shampoo. It can also be used to create a relaxing bubble bath that will leave you feeling pampered after a long work day.

Examine the label for natural ingredients that are known to cleanse the skin and leave it healthy and moisturized afterward. The Avalon Organics Nourishing Body Wash, Lavender has vitamins and essential oils that do just that. It even has aloe, which is great for skin. Another important ingredient to look for is coconut. Coconut not only has a host of health benefits, but it smells divine as well.

Review the bottle’s size and scent last. You may want to start off with a small bottle of the organic body wash to determine whether or not you like it. Once you know it meets your needs, it’s helpful to have a larger size available so you don’t have to replace the bottle as often. Choosing a pleasant scent is equally as important. You don’t want to walk around all day smelling like lavender if you hate the smell of lavender.

DYWM Fun Fact

While bar soap has been around for thousands of years, liquid body wash is much more recent. In fact, the first patent for it was in 1865 by a man named William Shepphard. Even then, it wasn’t a popularly sold item. Over the course of the 20th century, many different types of liquid soaps were created and sold. It was the company Palmolive that helped launch this invention, which is now found in almost every home across America.

Here are a few more facts that you may not know about your body wash:

  • Body washes, unlike other liquid soaps, are formulated to have a pH between 6 and 7. Your skin actually has a pH of between 4.5 and 5.75; however, any body wash pH of 7 (which is neutral) and below is fine to use.
  • Since bar soaps are often shared among family members and then left to sit, they may harbor bacteria. Body washes eliminate this, making them a more hygienic choice.
  • Many companies used antibacterial agents to appeal to a customer’s desire to rid their skin of bacteria. However, two of the chemicals, triclosan and triclocarban, were actually banned by the FDA. Fortunately, there are all-natural ingredients in organic body washes that have antibacterial properties.

The Organic Body Wash Buying Guide

  • Check for any company guarantees. Some offer a 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee. That way if you are unhappy with the body wash for any reason, you can return it for a full refund.
  • Look for any special certifications, so you know the product has been tested by a third party and has been found to meet the third party’s rigorous standards. For example, an NSF/ANSI certification lets you know that the product is guaranteed to contain 70% organic content or more based on its weight.
  • Never ingest an organic body wash, even though it contains all natural ingredients. You’ll also want to avoid getting the soap in your eyes while showering.
  • It’s important that you test a drop of the soap on your skin before you go and use it all over your body. This is the best way to determine if you are allergic to any of the body wash’s ingredients.
  • Store the body wash out of the reach of children and small pets. Some ingredients may be harmful if swallowed.
  • Always check with your doctor before you begin using an organic body wash if you are pregnant, suffer from any health conditions or are taking any prescription medications. Some natural ingredients may be harmful. For example, oregano oil may cause cramps and is not recommended for use by pregnant women.
  • When you use the body wash, keep the water temperature warm. Hot water dries out the skin. Since water also dries out the skin, it’s also ideal if you shorten your time in the shower.
  • Even though body washes are designed to be more moisturizing than bar soap, you’ll still want to use a moisturizing lotion on your skin after you shower.
  • Most of the organic body washes on the market are comparable in price, but when you check the cost, you’ll need to consider the number of ounces in the bottle, as well as how many bottles are in the set. Although at first glance the Puracy Natural Body Wash, Citrus and Sea Salt has a higher price tag than the Avalon Organics Nourishing Body Wash, Lavender, it actually costs less. This is because the Puracy is sold as a two-pack and contains less ounces than the Avalon bottle. The same thing is true of the Everyone 3-in-1 Body Soap, Coconut and Lemon and the BOTANIC HEARTH Body Wash, Tea Tree. The Everyone body wash ends up costing less when you take into account the number of ounces and the number of bottles in the set.