Hair Care Line

Watch WEN Work Its Magic After Just One No Lather Wash

We know, ladies; it’s hard to gave up the frothy lather when washing your hair. That’s the way we were brought up, because no one ever dared challenge the beauty traditions.

That’s until Hollywood stylist Chaz Dean came along and blew away all those silly shampoo/conditioner theories. He’s known as the pioneer of the no lather shampoo method, and it’s pretty remarkable how his special cleansing conditioners have changed the world.

You don’t need to understand the intricate science of hair to appreciate the WEN By Chaz no lather shampoo system. All that’s required is realizing that hair care products containing lather are made with chemicals. Parabens and sulfates give lather that big sudsy action, but that’s about it. These chemicals gradually weaken strands, stripping hair of it natural oils.

Chaz Dean approaches hair care through an holistic manner, believing that extracts from botanicals are better for hair, providing fullness, shine and strength. That’s exactly what his cleansing conditioners can do for hair of every type, no matter the texture or condition of your locks.

WEN’s cleansing conditioners come in a variety of wonderful choices such as Mandarin Italian Fig, which contains amino and bamboo complexes for healthy strength, moisture and manageability.

Sweet Almond Mint is another WEN fan favorite, because it’s ideal for fine hair to thick hair and creates amazing shine and softness.

You’re getting five products in one bottle of WEN Cleansing Conditioner. It’s economically genius and so good for your tresses. One bottle acts as a shampoo, conditioner, de-tangler, deep conditioner and leave-in conditioning treatment. It’s such a wonderful formula, your comb will glide through your hair.

More than 40 million bottles of WEN By Chaz have been sold. If anyone has figured out the proper hair care routine for the planet, it’s Chaz Dean.

Wen Cleansing Conditioner, The Ultimate Hair Antidote!

WEN by Chaz Dean is a hair care line infomercial that we obviously have all seen. These infomercials on YouTube contain gorgeous ladies showing off their hair and claiming that the cleansing conditioner is magical. As a curious hair care fan, I couldn’t wait to confirm this, so I tried WEN cleansing conditioner to see how much luscious my thin hair could get.

WEN cleansing conditioner products are all primarily contained in one shampoo, conditioner and styling treatment, which are said to work well for any hair type. I chose the Fig version. In disregard to the recent reports about the side effects from using this product, I consciously took chances since am well aware of the probable outcomes of using new products. The product worked perfectly fine.

After a long day, I needed a wash and as well try my Wen cleansing conditioner. I was so keen on the brand usage recommendations which were, 10-16 pumps for short hair, 16-24pumps for medium and 24-32 for long hair, which seemed too much for my fine hair. I got into the shower and pumped a generous serving of the product and spread in my hair. I rubbed it into my scalp and rinsed my hair after letting it soak for a short time. While massaging, I noticed that my hair felt thicker and more and, fewer strands were falling out! I after that blow-dried my hair. It was shiny and bouncy; WEN by Chaz Dean [] is great.
Next morning, I unexpectedly woke up with greasy roots. I ran my usual errands and showered first thing on return. I underwent the whole routine and afterward, my hair was shiny and voluminous as day 1!
On day 3, my hair wasn’t as greasy as day 2, but oilier. I hopped into the shower and did my routine. My hair was lovely again. I missed a shower on the 4th morning but went to a salon, that didn’t do my hair any good, on day 5 I had the usual morning shower and my hair resumed its great look! I showered on day 6, and 7 with WEN cleansing conditioner, and I must say that it’s a great product for fine hair to be washed and styled every morning. Wen is available on Amazon.

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