If you’ve ever heard of Wen hair care products, you probably know that the company is known for providing items that are free of parabens, sodium lauryl sulfate and other chemicals that can cause dryness and breakage. Wen creator Chaz Dean asserts that all the products in the hair care line contain natural extracts and plant oils that nourish and restore the hair. This may sound especially appealing to you if you’re looking for products that are both effective and all natural.
If you think you may want to try Wen hair, check out this Bustle review from Emily McClure to help you decide if Wen is right for you.
One of the first day of the week-long experiment, McClure noticed that the conditioner had a nice consistency and scent. She shared that it took lots of product for maximum effectiveness, but she did see a feel a difference in her hair after only one use.
Halfway through the experiment, McClure styled her hair with a curling iron. However, since the conditioner made her hair heavier, the curls didn’t stay for very long, but her her hair still looked moisturized and healthy.
Overall, Emily says that the Sephora endorsed Fig conditioner from Wen is a great buy for women who have thin hair, or women who wash and apply heat to their hair on a regular basis. More product information available on the Wen Wikipedia page.
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