Everyone in the hair world now knows that sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) can be the ultimate enemy in the struggle for healthy hair. Chaz Dean, the creator of Wen by Chaz, discovered long ago how harsh and abrasive sulfates can be on the hair. This realization sparked the cleansing conditioner revolution.
You’ve probably read all the reviews about how amazing this product leaves your hair feeling, but which product is right for your hair type? A blogger on Bustle.com did an experiment to see what would happen if she used Wen hair by Chaz for 7 days straight using the Fig formula. Initially, she was was concerned about the recommended number of pumps. The directions indicate 10-16 pumps for short hair, and 16-24 pumps for medium hair. The blogger has fine, medium hair, and thought 24 pumps of cleansing conditioner might weigh her hair down too much, causing breakage. She chose to go with the bare minimum recommendation.
She immediately noticed that her hair was clean, soft and voluminous (as indicated by her first results picture). After 7 days, her experiment was a success! She loved the results. Her only issue was that after the first use, her hair seemed slightly more oily than normal. This may be because she opted to use the Fig formula. The Fig formula is designed for dry and over processed hair. The constituents in that formula provide extra moisture and conditioning oils to help repair the damaged hair. The Cucumber and Aloe formula is recommended for fine and oily tresses, Tea Tree for thick hair, and Sweet Almond Mint for all hair types. Make sure you pick the right formula for your hair type. Wen hair care products are available on QVC stores and Guthy-Renker.
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