Few cleansing conditioners hold the pop esteem of Chaz Dean’s latest hair product, Wen.
Infused with fig, cucumber, lavender, or sweet almond mint (https://www.amazon.com/WEN-Sweet-Almond-Cleansing-Conditioner/dp/B0048O2R1E), the five-in-one formula does the job of your shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler, and leave-in conditioner. By omitting lather or harmful sulfates, WEN by Chaz Dean leaves your hair strong, lustrous and manageable.
Fashion and Beauty columnist Emily McClure of the online women’s community Bustle threw her now-unnecessary hat in to support the beauty product after personally experiencing its positive effects.
McClure was hesitant to try the product, but for the sake of her readers took the plunge.
“I’m aware there is always a risk when trying out new products,” McClure said. “Here’s how the WEN cleansing conditioner worked for my fine, thin hair.”
On the first day, she noticed that WEN required a larger amount of product per wash, but to her delight there was almost an immediate feeling of having thicker hair.
The next morning delight faded to dismay as she found that her hair was already beginning to grow oily; a phenomenon that usually only happened later in her afternoons.
After three days the doubts were vanquished. Time was the necessary ingredient for WEN to take it’s full effect. McClure noticed her hair was shinier and healthier. The results courted the compliments of her peers and revolutionized her morning routine.