Emily McClure decided to try out “WEN Hair” conditioner, on her hair. If you have not heard of this product, it is a 5 in 1 treatment for hair. It replaces shampoo, conditioner, detangler, deep conditioners, and leave in treatments, into one bottle.
She wrote about it on Bustle.com. You can read it for yourself by going to this link. https://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened”
Emily used the QVC advertised product for seven days, wrote about the results and provided pictures of before and after shots of her hair. She likes the products, but did notice that her hair felt greasier than usually at the end of the day, meaning she has to wash her hair every day in the morning, which she is not used to. Emily mentions that the product recommends using quite a bit each day, which she is also not used to doing. She did receive a lot of compliments on how shiny her hair appears to be now.
WEN is designed to make your hair less frizzy, and define your curls, making it more bouncy. It has more moisturizers in it to make your hair more manageable. Emily mentioned, it is recommended to use 10-16 pumps of product for short hair, which she has. My thoughts are, being that I also have shorter, fine hair, that she not use quite so much, and the greasy feeling she is getting may go away, however it could be that she is just not used to product and does not understand the benefit it is doing for her hair. I guess it is just for each individual to decide.
WEN by Chaz is made in California, and is available by mail order only, with a new shipment every 12 weeks, by going to their website at https://www.wen.com/cart?lang=default&grcid=core&uci=US-CD-O-PS-BR-MA-XXXX-096960&gclid=CNG2r6Tdq9MCFdabgQodvn8CWg&gclsrc=ds.
View the Wen company profile on crunchbase.com.
Follow Wen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wenbychazdean