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WEN Cleansing Conditioner is a revolutionary concept in hair care. A 5-in-1 formula, this one product takes the place of your shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler and leave-in conditioner.
All-in-one, one step product designed to help make hair look healthy.
Use 10-16 pumps for short hair, 16-24 for medium length hair and 24-32 pumps for long hair.
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I first had my doubts and skepticism about this product due to the fact that over 75 percent of hair care products are not formulated for and created with African Americans in mind. I was just tired of buying all the breakthrough products that claim to moisturize, soften, and protect my hair; when in actuality they only damaged it. The most important fact that initiated my research of Chaz Dean's Wen is the absence of a detergent called Sodium Laurel Sulfate. I came to find all of the high-end shampoos that claimed to moisturize and restore health contained this ingredient. I then made a decision to try the Fig Cleansing Conditioner because I felt that I had nothing to loose considering all the money I had wasted on various other products.
The first time I used the product I was amazed. The scent was very natural and home-made-like. I wet my hair with hot water to rinse away any loose debris, dirt, and left-over product. I then squeezed most of the water out of my hair using my hands. Not a towel which can damage your hair if used harsly. I used about ten pumps for every section of my hair. Since my hair is thick and full I sectioned about five parts, making sure to apply it from roots to ends, completely covering it. I then put on a plastic cap/conditoning cap.Read more ›
I did have a short learning curve. This product is a no-shampoo cleanser, so it doesn't lather. I had to learn how to massage the product through my hair properly. I also had to learn to "feel" how much of the product my hair needed--some spots needed a little, and some spots needed a lot. But it was well worth it. The product's fragrance also reminds me of a cherry cough drop, which didn't bother me at all.
I'm very pleased with this product.
1. Arrived 2 days after shipment..yay!...hence the 1 star.
1. The ingredients- When i looked on the back of the bottle i immediately noticed Wen is not as natural as is portrayed. Heres a list of the synthetic ingredients: Cetyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Methosulfate,Cetearyl Alcohol, trimethysilylamodimethicone, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Polysorbate 60, & Methychlorisothiazolinone...theres more sythetic than natural ingredients
*In the back of the booklet that comes with the purchase, the purpose of each ingredient is listed..they tried to be helpful i guess.
2.It leaves a coat on the hair- I followed all the instuctions for this product perfectly. When i washed the product out, my curls were definitely more defined...but they werent soft at all. My hair felt like it was stripped, then had a coating over it to make it shine. But there was no real penetration of moisture. This proved to be even more true when i attempted to straighten my hair. What usually is a head full of thick body unfortunately turned into a haystack...dry with no real moisture.
3. The smell- I read reviews that the FIG WEN has a horrible medicated scent. Then I saw reviews saying it smells good.
Honestly the smell is medicated-ish...but its not overpowering to the point i wanted to run from the bottle. I think most people just are used to their hair smelling good and fruity..Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I Love Wen conditioning conditioner, I tryed all of them, but fig is my favorite, it smoothes out my hair, gives it alot of shine, & bounce.. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Laurie Morgan
I was hesitant to try a product that did not suds like traditional shampoos but I was willing to try it so as to avoid having to get another Brazilian blowout to straighten my... Read morePublished 17 days ago by SC in Vallejo
Researched about this product and it can be dangerous. Smells amazing, but leaves my hair dry. My brother loves it for his curly locks, but believes it might be thinning his hair. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Megan McVay
There is a class action law suit in LA against the company.
As... Read more
I started out using Wen Sweet Almond Mint. My hair was usually thick, curly, very dry, and unruly. For the first few weeks, I liked it. My hair was softer and more manageable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan P.
I had heard so much about this product and finally decided to try it for my thick, frizz-prone hair. I was first pretty surprised by the very strong chemical smell. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elizabeth V. Edwards
My hair came out by the handful. I switched to Wen Sixthirteen. No more hair lossPublished 1 month ago by Linda