Is Wen Cleansing Conditioner Suitable for All Hair Types?

Everyone has seen at infomercial for the cleansing conditioner by Chaz Dean. Even if you have never tried Wen, there is certainly a case for doing a bit of extra research. Most people assume that WEN, a cleansing conditioner, is going to only be good for very dry, very coarse hair. This is not the case as stated by the company however.

Chaz Dean (http://chazdean.com/) claims that WEN is perfect for all hair types, that it delivers moisture and body without stripping the hair of natural oils that are needed for hair to be healthy and soft. WEN works by attaching to the dirt and grime that builds up on the hair shaft and removing it without using sulfates and other harmful chemicals. WEN is designed to remove dirt and grime and deposit moisture for soft and voluminous hair.

The real question is, does it really work for all hair types? When used by a blogger with fine hair, it was found that the product made her hair greasier than expected after one day of use. As would be expected, WEN does not strip moisture so hair that is cleaned with WEN is going to be a bit heavier and a bit more moisturized than hair that is cleaned with shampoo.

For those that do have find hair, it might be best to use WEN every day to cleanse the hair. The upside of using it every day? Since it is not a typical shampoo, using it every day is not going to strip the hair and is not going to make it look dry crunchy as using traditional shampoo every day might. WEN is designed to be gentle so that it can be used every day if needed. For those that do have difficult hair, this might be a great option.

For more product information, visit the Wen.com website and official Facebook page.

 

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  1. By the way I am not a big fan of the informercials and maybe I like watching them for fun. Recently I did a course work on adverts and best essay services helped me a lot. I think people should me more educated about what the industries do.

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