Reach for Wen When You Crave Extra Shine

Recently, a customer tried out Wen hair and reported the results on Emily chose the Sephora Fig Cleansing Conditioner version. She started her seven day trial on a day she had been traveling, and stated her hair was “greasy/frizzy/unruly,” when she started. Her first comment about the product during use was that it already felt like she had more hair. She also commented that there was no hair in the drain, so she believed no strands fell out during the shampooing process. After blow drying, she felt her hair was “more shiny and bouncy.” Quickly, she settled into a routine of showering and blow drying her hair every morning, and being pleased with the appearance and condition of her hair all day. She received unsolicited positive compliments from her friends on her hair. By the end of the week, Emily felt that she would reach for Wen again when she craved a little extra shine. To read about her whole experiment, see or
Wen is a 5-in-1 formula made by Chaz Dean that takes the place of shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler and leave-in conditioner. It does not lather and uses no sulfates, so it does not strip your hair of natural oils. The instructions are to apply the recommended amount for your length of hair to scalp and hair, using a little bit of water for easier distribution. Rinse thoroughly and and completely. They recommend adding a little back in as a leave-in conditioner after you have finished rinsing while your hair is still very wet. Other available formulas on are Sweet Almond Mint, Pomegranate, Lavender, and Spring Orange Blossom. Wen contains glycerin, chamomile extract, wild cherry bark, rosemary extract, and panethenol, all chosen to strengthen, soothe, and condition. WEN hair works on all hair types and textures. For more information, see

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