Developed by Los Angeles stylist Chaz Dean, Wen cleansing conditioner proposes to change the way that consumers care for their hair. The five-in-one product is designed to replace not only your traditional shampoo and conditioner but also to act as a deep-conditioner, leave-in treatment, and detangler.
Sold exclusively online on Amazon, there are many unique features of this product. It is made without sulfates which can strip your hair of moisture, leaving it dry and damaged. The trade-off is that the product does not lather, which can be disconcerting to new users. Based on the instructions provided on the bottle, the minimum amount recommended per use is 10-16 pumps for short hair, 16-24 pumps for medium-length, and 24-32 pumps for long hair. To put this in perspective, a typical shampoo would require one to two pumps to properly cleanse medium-length hair. Users will apply the product to the roots, pull it through to the ends, and then rinse thoroughly after soaking for several minutes.
Bustle beauty blogger Emily McClure tried Wen cleansing conditioner on her fine hair and reported mixed results. Upon first use, it was immediately noticed that that there was less hair-loss during the washing process. After styling, hair is noticeably shiny, bouncy, and feels clean. Unfortunately, about 24-hours after use the roots become greasy and hair starts to looks stringy. After five days of use, the results continued to be the same. Overall, it was determined that this is a good product for those willing to put the effort into washing and styling on a daily basis. For those who prefer to shower the night before or skip a day between washing, you may wish to keep looking for your miracle product.
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You can read Emily’s full review by clicking here: http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened
Visit the website by clicking here: http://www.wenhaircare.com/