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WEN Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner, 16 fl. oz.

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WEN® Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner is a versatile shampoo and conditioner replacement. It's light enough for baby fine hair, while still hydrating the thickest hair types. WEN® Sweet Almond Mint is the perfect intro to cleansing conditioners. And it's the first step to smoother, shinier, younger looking hair. If you're looking to simplify your haircare routine, try WEN® Cleansing Conditioner today. 


Perfect for all hair types. The best choice for those unsure of which one to pick or just starting out with WEN®.

Suggested Use

Designed to be used as often as needed. Replaces your traditional shampoo and conditioner.

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Product Description

Our original, and most popular Cleansing Conditioner, WEN Sweet Almond Mint cleanses and conditions all hair types with the perfect balance of nourishing oils and extracts. Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner is an incredibly versatile shampoo and conditioner replacement; light enough for baby fine hair, while still thoroughly hydrating even the thickest hair types. WEN Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner is the first step to healthier looking, more beautiful hair.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0048O2R1E
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,766 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,197 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,108 of 1,155 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Haverkamp on September 25, 2012
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I don't usually take the time to write reviews, but I was compelled to in this case to save others from being disappointed by a product that really is AWESOME.

I have been using WEN cleansing conditioner for several months now and LOVE it. HOWEVER, you have to be aware that there are two different versions of the WEN cleansing conditioner: the Guthry-Renker distributed item, and the version.

I have always purchased WEN from without any problems, UNTIL THIS TIME. I didn't think to read the ingredient label when I received it, I just took the product into the shower with me. I could tell a difference IMMEDIATELY. The product was not sliding through my hair easily, it seemed almost sticky. Then, when I rinsed my hair, it felt dried out and rough, and when it dried, it looked greasy and brittle. I looked at the label and was irate when I found the first 3 ingredients to be water, GLYCERIN, CETYL ALCOHOL, and CETEARYL ALCOHOL. [For those of you who don't know, these forms of alcohol are known to be a low cost way to add sub-optimal moisturizing to a product; although a small amount to enhance the moisturizing properties of other moisturizing ingredients is effective, using it as the primary emollient is counter-productive (it WILL dry out your hair.)]

THE GUTHY-RENKER VERSION IS INFERIOR, and I believe that those who have given poor reviews to this product related to it being drying or making their hair look greasy have actually received this version. YOU WANT THE VERSION BY CHAZDEAN.COM! The ingredients listed on the Amazon page are the true ingredients (water, aloe vera gel, glycerin, chamomile extract, cherry bark extract, calendula extract, rosemary extract, etc...
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808 of 854 people found the following review helpful By George R. Chapman on August 20, 2008
I ordered this product after watching the infomercial late one night. (Insomnia sometimes has it's benefits) As someone who used to do hair for a living, I have tried nearly everything on the market. My shower rack was always overflowing with numerous shampoos and conditioners, but no more. This delicious smelling, one-step cleanser/conditioner is the only product I use now. I have somewhat fine hair that's a bit dry from color treatments and I needed a product that would restore a healthy shine and manageability without over-conditioning. WEN cleansing conditioner does the job all in one step. I apply about two to three pumps to wet hair when I first get in the shower then rinse out as the last thing. You can add a tiny drop after as a leave-in conditioner. You'll be amazed at the results regardless of your hair type. One last tip, unless you have extremely thick long hair that's as dry as the Sahara desert, you do not need to use the recommended amount of 16-24 pumps. You'll figure out the right amount for your hair. Also, buy it here on Amazon and don't get caught up in the auto shipments required on the infomercial. Happy conditioning!
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713 of 805 people found the following review helpful By EJ on June 9, 2011
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I purchased this product from Discountbeauty on Amazon a couple of months ago. The product that arrived at my house was a similarly packaged product labeled WEN Cleansing Conditioner, but the ingredients list was completely different. The real product's first 4 ingredients are Water, Aloe Vera Gel, Glycerin, & Chamomile Extract. This formula was cheaply made with Water, Glycerin, Cetyl Alcohol, and Cetearyl Alcohol. When I contacted the seller originally, they claimed they purchased their ingredients "directly from the seller". When I provided evidence of a different ingredients list, they didn't bother to respond!

I looked into this and found a website called This website sells a low quality fake version of the real Chaz Dean product, but they charge the same price. If you want the actual WEN product you must purchase it from [...] or the QVC website. Wen hair products are not being resold for sale to anyone else. In the future, I will by my Wen from people who are authorized to sell it. And I will NEVER purchase anything from Discountbeauty ever again. This was the worst customer service experience I've ever had. This is basically stealing.
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249 of 289 people found the following review helpful By Julie Browning on July 19, 2011
Just kidding. But, When I first saw the infomercial, I was desparate and ready to cut my hair off. I have all kinds of nasty hair traits:Fine, frizzy, gray, color treated, wavy, dry split ends and an extreme dislike for humidity. My hair, which used to be beautiful on its own, has lived through a death in the family, a divorce, a child deployed and a hysterectomy in the last three years. It barely has a chance.

On the other side of the coin, one of my best friends owns a salon, so I have access to all the best shampoos, conditioners and treatments out there-all at very little or no cost to me. As well as advice from my friend/stylist and free haircuts. You would think THAT right there would help. But it hasn't. Believe me, I have tried everything short of shaving my head.

So, After watching the infomercial with rapt attention, I decided to order this so called miracle, after determining that the back of my hair looks like a dog chewed it off. (Really, almost in tears when this revalation hit me)

I ordered this product from WEN, not from Amazon. Which, I wouldn't recommend, product review aside, I would have been much better off buying it from Amazon.

So, I have been using WEN products exclusively for a week now, and here are my observations:


1. It took way too long to arrive. It was probably a week and a half to two weeks before it arrived. They use FED EX and then dump it at the post office to be delivered by your friendly mail man. I really hate that method.

2. I don't like the way it smells. (Almond Mint)-the oil that's in this stuff seems to permeate the skin. I feel like I'm breathing mint and tasting mint all the time. Like I just chewed an unsweetened stick of gum.
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