Let’s look at some hair care facts. Many popular shampoos and conditioners smell divinely, produce tons of foaming sudsy action and can be both drugstore cheap and boutique expensive. These brands also usually contain some evil ingredients in their blends, namely the sulfate sisters, SLS – Sodium lauryl sulfate and SLES – Sodium laureth sulfate. These two nasty chemicals eventually strip everyone’s hair of their natural oils and weaken the hair in a damaging way.
Now, let’s examine the holistic alternative in Wen hair By Chaz. The pioneer of the no-poo method, offers customers a relaxing and healthy way to cleanse and condition hair of any type and texture. These no lather shampoos have been developed into unique cleansing conditioners, featuring herbs and botanicals like glycerin, calendula, rosemary, chamomile and cherry bark. In addition, these formulas also smell heavenly, and the scents last for hours.
WEN By Chaz hair care products will never contain damaging chemicals, let alone the harshness of the SLS and SLES family. These culprits merely produce big foam for cleansing, and according to Chaz Dean, you don’t need the lather, because it’s not providing much value in the long run. He should know; he’s been a well-respected celebrity stylist for a number of years now. Chaz Dean carefully developed his special no lather shampoo system, so women could have a healthy choice for maintaining gorgeous hair.
Ask any woman about her bad hair days, and you will learn plenty. None of us feel comfortable when our hair won’t behave, looks dull, stringy or flat. WEN By Chaz features soothing blends that gently moisturize, add body and softness, manageability and super shine. It’s economical, too, because one bottle of cleansing conditioner will shampoo, condition, de-tangle, deep condition and act as a stay-in conditioner. Wen hair care products are available on high end stores like Sephora and online thru http://www.ebay.com/bhp/wen-hair-care.
WEN, really is a better way.
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