6 Best Wen Products -- and the 2 Worst
Wondering if Wen products really work or if it's all hype? See what the buzz is about
The Worst: No. 2: Wen Lavender Cleansing Conditioner, $28TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 5.9*
Why: Readers say this product gives you "mediocre results for the money." Even after using the product as directed, there is "no noticeable change" in the look and feel of their hair, and one reader says it even dried it out more. "I could not do anything with my hair. It would not hold style or shape," she says. "It actually made my hair worse," says another reader. "I purposely washed with my regular shampoo [a week later] and saw a big difference." Several readers say, "the scent takes some getting used to" and label it as "hype" that is "not worth the price."
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