Can you no longer stand having to buy a dozen of hair care bottles? Is your shower filled with shampoo, conditioner, detanglers, deep conditioner products and leave-in conditioner? Perhaps your bathroom shelf is also crowded with backup supplies of each of these products as well and it’s overcrowding your shelf space. Instead of feeling happy about these dozen or so bottles are you feeling frustrated? WEN hair Cleansing Conditioner may be the answer to your struggles. The Wen Cleansing Conditioner is all of these products in one bottle. If you need backup bottles in your bathroom all you need to do is have a few spare bottles of the Wen Cleansing Conditioner on your bathroom shelf. Then you can restock a few more bottles whenever you need to. Wen hair is available on Amazon.
As described in a Bustle article and on its QVC ad, Wen Cleansing Conditioner may be used as a shampoo and conditioner with a certain wash process. The Wen Cleansing Conditioner must be used upon drenched hair. Then a certain number of pumps from the bottle must be used based on the hair’s length or thickness. Wen’s creator -Chaz Dean- recommends people with short hair should use ten to sixteen pumps from the Wen bottle. He says for medium hair sixteen to twenty-four pumps is a good amount. For very long hair Chaz says that twenty-four to thirty-two pumps should get the hair cleaned and conditioned properly. Drenched hair must have the Wen Cleansing Conditioner worked through the hair in massage like motions. After working the product throughout the hair, you must completely rinse the product out with warm or room temperature water. They’re pretty basic steps, but they are vital to stick to when using the Wen Cleansing Conditioner.
Wen may additionally be used on the hair as a detangler, deep conditioner or leave-in by a certain method of application. After washing and conditioning the hair with the Wen product in the shower, just administer a small amount of the Wen Cleansing Conditioner to your hair. This will act as a leave-in conditioner and a detangler to avoid tangled messes.
Official website: http://www.wen.com/