Haircare enthusiast and Bustle writer Emily McClure tested out Wen hair by Chaz Dean Cleansing Conditioner to see if it gave hair the shiny, sexy look she had seen on TV. Looking for shine, volume, and moisture, she chose the Fig Cleansing Conditioner and recorded her daily results for one week. McClure concluded on Sephora that Wen was a fantastic addition to her morning shower routine. Upon first use, she noticed that her roots and hair felt stronger immediately (she wrote that she normally has very fine hair.) After showering and blow-drying her hair, Wen gave McClure shiny, soft, and clean locks for a great hair day. She recommended the Cleansing Conditioner from Wen hair on ebay for anyone who wants amazing results as soon as they leave the shower.
Wen by Chaz Dean Cleansing Conditioners have been shaking up the world of haircare since the line was first released in 2000. The Cleansing Conditioners function as a 5-in-1 haircare routine: shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler, and leave-in conditioner. WEN hair do not contain sulfates; sulfates create lather, but are said to strip the hair of their natural oils. Without lather and without sulfates, Wen by Chaz Dean Cleansing Conditioners leave hair more hydrated, shiny, and bouncy. Over 40 million bottles have been sold in the past 16 years. Wen by Chaz Dean also includes a line of mousse, styling creme, and intensive hair treatment.