WEN hair cleansing conditioners have been out there for around 10 years, and have been piling up good reviews and ratings over that time, giving women results all over the world. Chaz Dean, creator of WEN hair (http://www.qvc.com/beauty/wen/_/N-rhtyZ1z141dz/c.html), created a special formula to make up these cleansing conditioners that allows it to work effectively on pretty much all types of hair. There is a relatively recent and well done review on Bustle.com from blogger Emily McClure, who tested out the product herself after finally falling to the hype despite her skepticism.
Emily McClure published her review for her readers to see after she tried out the WEN product for a weeks time. To help give a better idea of what the product did, she also added in photos of before and after using WEN on her hair throughout the week. Emily was surprised when the product started to change her hair within a couple of days, and by the end of the week she saw that it gave her the results it showed in the infomercials. She was worried to even started using the product after seeing how thick it was, but she just used a lower dosage, which turned out good for her very fine hair. Emily is now a regular user of WEN conditioners after seeing the results and getting many compliments from friends.
It takes a lot of work in order to make a good product, especially with all natural ingredients to do a specific job. It took Chaz Dean quite a bit of time and tweaking, but he eventually found the perfect natural formula that could provide a deep clean to the hair while also effectively nourishing and conditioning it. Every bottle of WEN cleansing conditioner comes with a proper usage guide, though it is very simple. It is also recommended to use the Guthy-Renker advertised product every day to maintain great results, which is okay since it is gentle enough on the scalp.