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About Wen

Wash, rinse, repeat. With Chaz Dean's WEN haircare system, the directions are the same, but the products are vastly different from traditional salon products. For one, this cleansing regimen doesn't include traditional shampoo, so say goodbye to that sudsy lather. Second, you can turn your back on harsh chemicals and damaging ingredients because Dean's product line doesn't contain any of those, preferring to tame tresses with naturally occurring substances like glycerin, panthenol, and a lineup of botanicals from sweet almond oil and rosemary extract to creamy Shea butter. When you switch to WEN, you start by massaging the signature conditioner into your wet hair, rinsing it out, and that's it. The one-step process cleans your hair but doesn't strip it of its natural oils, so it doesn't dry out, break, and split. With regular use, your hair becomes moist, manageable, and, most importantly, healthy. You can even massage a dollop of the conditioner into your clean, wet hair after your shower as a leave-in. Clear directions tell you exactly how much conditioner to use for short, medium, and long hair so you don't waste product. There are a few other extras in the WEN arsenal. The styling creme is perfect for adding volume, shine, and texture. It even calms frizz and controls split ends. If your hair is damaged and needs extra TLC, try the Re Moist Intensive Hair Treatment designed to heal and restore. If you want a piecey look with a lot of separation and interest, work the texture balm into your locks. If you don't like washing your hair every day, then spray in the Replenishing Treatment Mist to give your hair a boost until it's time to wash it again.