A Hair Stylist’s 7 Day Experiment with WEN Cleansing Conditioner

Emily McClure, a hair stylist by trade, conducted a seven day experiment using Wen hair Cleansing Conditioner and described the results on a bustle.com article that can be found here: http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened. Ms. McClure had seen the WEN infomercials and decided that she had to try the product and check it for herself.

The WEN hair Cleansing Conditioner doesn’t contain and harmful materials that could damage the hair, such as sodium lauryl sulfate, which dries out the scalp. The conditioner is a 5-in-1 which works as a shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler and leave-in conditioner, all in one, easy to use, product.

So Ms. McClure bought from sephora used the product as directed by the instructions on the label, with great skepticism, since it asked for so much more shampoo than she was used to using from other products. Each day that she used it, her hair felt fuller while she was using it. Although; she takes her showers in the evening, after her day is over, this caused her hair to be oily and frizzy the next morning.

After six days of this routine, she was getting frustrated, but then realized that this product is for people that take showers to start their day and should be used every day to sustain the fuller volume and enhanced brightness. Her article described her support for this product and gave a detailed, unbiased experience with this product.


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