If you have been shopping around for a cleansing conditioner you may have stumbled across a product called Wen. Designed by a hair stylist named Chaz Dean, Wen is a perfect all around cleansing conditioner for almost all hair types.
Wen is ideal for all hair types because it features gentle cleansing agents such as cetyl alcohol to remove oil and buildup from the hair. The mild cleansers combined with botanical extract remove oil and buildup but do not remove excess oil that naturally moisturizes your hair and makes it shiny. This is one of the biggest benefits of Wen and what sets it apart from other shampoos and cleansing conditioners. With your hair’s natural oil left intact, you will enjoy shiner, more voluminous and more moisturized hair. This is the real secret to Wen.
The Wen cleansing conditioner also contains botanical extracts and vitamins to further improve your hair and soothe it. For example, Wen contains Rosemary extract and Chamomile extract to help soothe the hair and make it more manageable. Panthenol, also known as Vitamin B5, strengthens the hair and restores its vitality. Glycerin, a natural ingredient commonly found in soaps, is used in Wen for its superior moisturizing properties and to help dry, brittle hair.
Wen also acts as a conditioner, deep conditioner and leave in conditioner. The conditioning agent in Wen is wild cherry bark extract. This is a mild, completely natural conditioning agent. Wen Cleansing conditioner is sulfate free. This makes it ideal for people who suffer allergic reactions to sulfates on their scalp or skin.
The lack of sulfates found in Wen also means that Wen will not lather like your traditional shampoo and conditioner. This is because sulfates are lathering agents that create that nice lather we have become accustomed to. More of the product will have to be used in order to achieve a clean. However, because Wen is so mild and herbal based, there will be no side effects from a greater shampoo usage. When using Wen make sure you use enough of the product to really get the cleansing conditioner into your strands.
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