Wen - Deceptive product claims
I ordered Wen cleansing conditioner from an informercial back in Semptember.Chaz Dean claims he created a unique hair care product (a haircare revolution!) that will cleanse and condition in one.
After the first use, I noticed my hair didn't feel much cleaner than it had before I washed it. Yes, the product left my hair smooth and shiny along with buildup on my scalp. I did some research on the igredients (thanks to Paula Begoun's website beautypedia.com)and found this product has no cleansing agents at all. So the claim that it's a cleansing conditioner and there is no need for a separate shampoo is totally false.
Dean claims the herbal extracts in the conditioner have cleansing properties, but there is no research to support the idea, and some of the ingredients, such as menthol, do more harm than good. I got some of the product on my face and it stung my skin.
That's never happened with any other shampoo I've used.Next time I want a shampoo and conditioner in one I'll try Pert.
Review about: Wen Conditioner.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Monetary Loss: $105.