Chaz Dean and his team created WEN cleansing conditioners for women who needed help controlling their hair as well as maintaining it at an affordable cost. WEN cleansing conditioners have been designed to clean out all the product buildup from the scalp with maintaining its natural moisture and oils. QVC advertised WEN is highly effective and works on all types of hair, be it fine, thick, curly, oily, dry, and more. It goes without saying, WEN cleansing conditioners do wonders for damaged hair. This is why Bustle Magazine writer, Emily McClure, tested the product out on her very fine hair.
Emily is highly skeptical of hair care products, as there are a large number of them out there that do not deliver on the results they promise, nor are many of them actually healthy for the hair in the long term. With her very fine hair, she’s always had trouble doing what she wants with it, which inspired her to try WEN after seeing so much hype around it. Wen is also able to be used with other styling products in the hair, depending on whether or not they contain chemicals. Within a couple days of using WEN, Emily actually started to notice results from the product, and within the week she set out to use it, it had provided the results she had heard about. The results can vary for different hair types and conditions, not to mention other products that are put into the hair.
Emily was happy to give a good review on the product, especially after see how effective it was one her hair and the results she saw within a couple days. In her published review, Emily put up photos showing offer what her hair looked like at the beginning of her journey, and at the end. The results are clearly noticeable. This experience was enough to convince Emily, the skeptic, to become an avid user of WEN cleansing conditioners. To learn more, follow Wen on twitter and like the official product page on https://www.facebook.com/WENhaircare/.