Wen by Chaz Dean is a product that has been seen by many infomercial watchers (guilty as charged) I saw this commercial so many times that I decided to see what the hype was about. Wen is a cleansing conditioner that is supposed to tame hair no matter what the condition is. The process is supposed to take about 20 minutes and replaces your conditioner and shampoo.
This Product is supposed to be "the best of the best". It is a conditioner that promotes health, helps with hair shine, and eliminates having a cluttered mess of so many products at once. The hair is supposed to be amazing for dyed hair and keep a longer lasting color. This product is also supposed to enhance curls in ethnic hair. So here is the overview:
- Replaces your shampoo AND your conditioner
- Helps fight humidity
- Makes hair manageable and Luscious
- Works on any hair type
- Helps maintain your hair color after you dye it
- Helps hair stay strong!
OK, So I bought this product in the hope of helping my hair grow. Shampoo strips hair of natural Oils and so i thought it would be good to try something new. I followed the instructions on the product bottle. For my thick hair I needed about 30-40 pumps of the stuff in my hair. That many pumps is a lot! There isn't enough in the bottle to get through 3 showers using it. I followed all the directions and then used Dove conditioner (Around $3.95 at Walgreen's or Target) and A Tea Tree cleanser from my Salon (Tea Tree hair and scalp Treatment, Paul Mitchell from Moxie Salon and other Paul Mitchell salon's) and they gave me the same effect Wen gave me at a cheaper price! Plus it didn't maintain my dye job like it is supposed to do.
If you do decide to order this product, make sure you tell them you only want to purchase ONE bottle. After I purchased they automatically signed me up for a membership. I got 2 more bottles and I was charged over 60 extra dollars that I didn't even want to spend on this product. i give this product a rating of 2 out of 5 stars. It does deliver silky smooth hair but I can get the same result with a cheap drugstore brand conditioner.