Say What?? That's right... no shampoo since last December! I have, however, conditioned and cleansed my hair with my Wen Cleansing Conditioner!
I'm a Wen convert! I don't think I'll ever go back to shampoo. The Wen has changed the health and texture of my hair for the better in many ways. It cleanses hair thoroughly but without lathering and all the harsh ingredients that may be found in ordinary shampoos—it is designed so it won't strip your hair and scalp of their natural oils. My hair has a tendency to be really oily, so I was afraid that the lack of detergents and lather would leave me feeling greasy, but the Wen cleanses thoroughly, and has made my hair feel healthier than ever.
I bought my first bottle of Wen in December of 2010, and I finished that same bottle in late May of 2011. That bottle was the Lavender, and my newest is the Sweet Almond Mint. Although I like both varieties, I think the Lavender is my favorite. Even though Wen is initially expensive when compared to other shampoos, when I compared the cost of the one 32 oz. bottle (about $48), it was just as affordable, if not more so, than the money I had previously been spending on shampoo, conditioner, and leave-in treatments. Now I had all three in one bottle and it lasts for months.
Check out www.wenhaircare.com and learn more about it! Have you tried Wen Haircare? Leave me a comment and tell me about your experience!
The Woo-Hoo Gal
*By the way, Chaz Dean, the creator of Wen products doesn't know me from Adam's house-cat, and I suspect he never will. I wasn't paid or compensated for this endorsement, but it is rather my own opinion. If by some chance you are out there, Chaz, and you want to send me a few gallons of your awesome stuff, and/or a sweet little check, I'm good with that! ;-)
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