Women are exposed to plentiful hair conditioning advertisements every day which makes choosing the best conditioner for quality hair cleansing difficult. An emerging conditioner called WEN by Chaz Dean [http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html] has risen recently and captivated curiosity. Bustle featured an article that detailed the experience a woman named Emily McClure had while using a WEN conditioner for seven days. She tested to see if boasted rumors of WEN’s outstanding effects were indeed true. During her investigation she only used one of the available, formulated conditioners.
McClure chose to use the Amazon best selling Sweet Almond Mint formula which brags to benefit any type and texture of hair. Hair should respond with moisturized, shiny, and bouncy results. There are two other types of formulas by WEN that provide unique benefits. Pomegranate is designed to nourish and strengthen hair for instance. The Sweet Almond Mint conditioner is the only formula promoting unrestricted hair variety application. WEN conditioners were fabricated to provide quality hair treatment regardless of the formula chosen.
The first product trait McClure noticed was that the bottle directions instructed her to pump a larger amount of conditioner than she typically did with other conditioners. She expressed her hair felt clean, soft and did what the bottle marketed. Her hair looked and felt impressive after every shower. During the shower she was happy to observe her hair did not shed nearly as much. Hair styles like curling would flatten faster than normal because of the softness of the hair strands. The next morning would bring abnormally greasy and frizzy hair that was inconvenient when showering the night prior. Using styling products fostered even oilier hair the next day. She overall felt Wen is a great conditioner if showers are taken daily and during the morning since skipped days or evening showers ended with undesired hair. For more info check out the Wen YouTube channel.