Wen by Chaz Dean Cucumber Aloe Cleansing Conditioner16 fl oz / 480 ml | Cleanser, Sulfate-Free Shampoo, Conditioner, Daily Conditioner
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I have 3b hair type. I really liked Wen for the moisture it provides. However, I definitely get better definition out of other cleansing conditioners. It leaves my hair super soft, but it doesn't do much to better define the curls. I would recommend this as a moisturizing product but be sure to integrate it into a routine where other products are more focused on definition.
Wen has saved my hair type 3c very dry and frizzy I don't get this from wen I use the pomegranate and it has been a godsend bit pricey but worth every penny
I am a long time co-wash gal & have tried soooo many products. I won't bore you with the specifics but suffice it to say that this is the 1st product that has cured my biggest problem. I had never been able to grow my hair much past shoulder blade length because of chronic breakage. WEN has left my hair soft & breakage-free with shiny defined curls...I even have lift at the roots (no more triangle head ;)!!! It is not as expensive if you become a 'member' meaning order from www.trywen & allow them to auto-send more...just be sure to call them & set the duration to something you are cool with. I told them to send every 6 months, that way I can request more when I'm ready. BTW, there are different versions for diff hair types so you might wish to do some research & talk to their cust service. Peace
I was sceptical when I purchased this product since I had never done No Poo before. I can not get enought of this product. My hair is 3b/3c and very fine. I found the key is to use the product as described, rinse and then add a pump or two and leave it in. I also like the oil as an overnight moisturizer, but have never tried addding it to the conditioner as recomended by another post. I plan on trying that today. I purchased the try me kit and the only product in the kit that I would not recommend is the texture balm. I like the smell of the Cucumber, but the Fig smell is overwhelming, my husband went to the guest room when I tried theFig Oil before bed.
- 3b/3c OMG absolutely in love. i use between cowashes and it really cleanses and makes my hair feel soft and easy to manage (:
Been staggering Lavender, Cucumber, and Almond Mint over the past 4 months for my fine curly with a frizz locks and could not be happier with the outcome. I've replaced numerous other products with just this rinse. Oily frizz-free products are GONE. Volumizers are OUTTA HERE. Sticky curl definers are HISTORY. I finally have totally soft and volumed frizz free (or frizz reduced depending on the weather) curls with just this product. I've got I think what they call 3B hair in the curly hair websites. Fine Hebrew hair curl with a layer of frizz floating on top. And after it's slept on and needs to be afro picked due to the knots it turns into solid wavy frizz (a la Roseanna Havanadanna on the old Saturday Night Live.). I've never seen a model with my type hair on the infomercials. The closest is African American hair...which isn't really close at all other than I do have medium to large corkscrews going on with my cowlicks. The most important thing is to add one half to one full pump of the cleanser AFTER you've washed and rinsed. Wet your head thoroughly at the end of your shower and add the last pump. Comb through and LEAVE IT IN. That way you will have volumed, defined curls. Then scrunch semi dry with numerous paper towels and let air dry. I have some straight areas on top of my head, so I scrunch up a few of those areas and add some one inch butterfly clips around the crown to volumize and define the curl there even further while drying. I don't like what the diffuser does..and would rather air dry. You can wash with one scent and leave in a pump of another. So far I prefer that the Cucumber be the final leave in pump. The Almond Mint tends to be a bit more drying..but it is important to clean a bit more every few washes, anyway. But definitely don't use Almond Mint as the final leave in. Also, I recently tried my husband's Tea Tee. It is also drying with my type of hair, but I added the Cucumber as final leave in and I really did love the Gloria Stivic (All In The Family) head of bouncy curls I got from that combo. Will also start working that scent in every three or four times. One thing to note. I wash every two days. After the third wash-or about every eight days-I do need to use a regular sudsing product (I use Aveda's "Brilliant") as my scalp tends to get too oily. But I'm really happy going from suds every other day to every eight days. I used to lose quite a lot of hair when using sudsing products. Hair loss has reduced greatly with WEN. With the final pump left in your wet hair, you should not need to use any other WEN after products.
My scalp loved this and my hair grew nicely. It did not seem to weigh down my curls and my their definition was nice. It did leave my ends dry so I tried their hydrating mask which didn't help much. A little too expensive for the results given.
This weighed down my waves and curls so they were flat against my head. I have a lot of volume, so this is not normally a concern for me. I had zero definition and lots of frizz too. The ends felt dry, and the rest felt coated more than soft. When using in the shower, my eyes stung too, which was unusual.
Ingredient Attributes: moisture, anti-humectant
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