Chaz Dean and his team created and developed Wen cleansing conditioners a long time ago, and to this day the product is still providing women with great results. The special formula used to make WEN cleansing conditioners allows it to be effective on any hair type or style that a women has. A review was posted up on Bustle Magazine by one of their writers who tested out the product on her own hair to see if it was capable of transforming her unmanageable hair like it showed on the YouTube and QVC infomercials.
Emily McClure, the writer for Bustle, tested out the WEN product for a week and then published her review on Bustle for her readers to see. She also added before and after photos to show off how the product effected her hair over a week’s time. To Emily’s surprise, she was already seeing results within a few days of using the product, and even getting compliments on her new hair. She feared WEN wouldn’t work on her hair because it was so fine, but it succeeded in adding volume and shine. She was even using less than the recommenced amount throughout the duration of her using the product because she thought it might be too much. Either way, she is sure to add it to her regular routine.
Chaz Dean spent a lot of time going through trial and error to find the perfect ingredients for his product. In the end, the 5 in 1 formula that was created was definitely worth it. By providing a deep clean and being able to take the jobs of other conditioners and shampoos, WEN cleansing conditioners (https://www.amazon.com/WEN-Sweet-Almond-Cleansing-Conditioner/dp/B0048O2R1E) does not disappoint. There is no lather and rinsing required with WEN, and a guide for correct usage comes with every bottle, describing how much to use for different amounts of hair.