Category: Promote Hair Growth

The Success Story of 7 Days, a Head of Hair, and a Cleansing Conditioner

Skepticism surrounds the effectiveness of practically anything and hair products are rarely an exception. To be honest, women are finicky creatures when it comes to beauty supplies, and most women live by the principle of knowing their hair so well that they already know what will and will not work for them. Most will admit, however, that sometimes the product is worth the price.

Wen hair products are some of the best in the field. A single bottle contains shampoo, conditioner, and styling treatments. A bottle of WEN Hair by Chaz Dean also contains all the essential nutrients and vitamins to ensure even the most unruly hair will come out looking like a team of stylists spent hours working on it. Again, skepticism from ladies still exists, so one woman decided it was time to do an experiment with Sephora’s Wen Hair Fig cleansing conditioner.

The WEN Hair experiment lasted one week and was well documented with photo evidence. She started after what she described as a long day by discussing the suggested serving size listed on the bottle. 10-16 pumps for short hair, 16-24 for medium hair, and 24-32 for long hair. While she thought that was a bit much, she stated her appreciation for how immediately soft and thick her hair felt. She reported that it was noticeably soft when she was rinsing her hair and noticed less hair fall in the shower.

As day two arrived, she was slightly disappointed that her hair seemed to be greasy, but chalked it up to not thoroughly rinsing the WEN Hair product out of her hair. As the next few days arrived, she noticed that her hair was less greasy, fuller, and shinier. She did report that while styling her hair, the curls seemed to fall faster. This, however, can be the result of the hair being healthy enough to protect against heat damage by maintaining a protective barrier in every strand. Conclusively, the woman was very happy with her results, and who could blame her with gorgeous locks like that?

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