We’ve all seen the infomercials (http://www.qvc.com/beauty/wen/_/N-rhtyZ1z141dz/c.html) for WEN by Chaz and maybe, just maybe, you too were skeptical that such a thing as “cleansing condition” was really a thing. After all, the words “cleansing” and “conditioner” seem very opposite in terms of beauty regimen. Shampoo and conditioner have always been a separate process in most beauty regimes. Some people prefer a 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner and cut out the hassle of using two products. This is essentially what WEN cleansing conditioner offers with the added benefit of styling product in the mix. WEN By Chaz has sold a shocking 40 million bottles in the 16 years they have been available to the public. How could 40 million consumers be wrong?
As a person with very coarse, kinky, curly hair, I’ve never been a fan of shampoo. I only shampoo my hair when it is absolutely necessary, i.e. product build up is weighing my hair down. I do, however, condition daily with handfuls of conditioner on a regular basis. The concept of “cleansing conditioner” was immediately appealing to me because my hair can’t handle the harsh stripping of regular shampoo without becoming extremely frizzy and unruly. WEN Hair has always been an appealing choice for me because I need a product that will cleanse, condition, and control my curls without having to use 3 or more products.
WEN by Chaz is perfect for all hair types from thin to thick and curly. The amount of product you use can be adjusted based on your hair type. The WEN haircare system adds body and shines to lifeless locks and nourishes hair unlike any other product on the shelf. For added frizz protection, I can add WEN’s anti-frizz styling cream to my regime. I can use WEN cleansing conditioner without worrying that I am stripping the natural oil from my hair. Wen hair care products are available on eBay, Guthy-Renker and other stores nationwide.