Editor's Rating & Review
Looking for a sulfate-free, extra gentle hair cleanser? The two-in-one, non-lathering Wen Cleansing Conditioner may be for you. Upon first use, your hair may feel weighed down with product buildup -- mine did. This was because I wasn't using enough of the creamy product, so read the directions. My shoulder-length, medium-thick hair required 40 (gasp!) pumps out of the bottle. When the ideal amount of product is used, you'll get tingling, clean scalp and hair that's product-free and hydrated. It's a different way to cleanse and condition hair though, so be prepared for change.
Wen Tea Tree Cleansing Conditioner Reviews
Must Have for DandruffI love all of the Wen cleansing conditioners and will not use anything else to clean my hair. The Tea Tree formula is best for people who have fine, thin hair or people with dandruff. This is not hype! Wen has no sulfates to strip your hair of its natural oils. Everything in these conditioners is good for you! Now, how to use it...Your hair needs to be soaking wet when you apply. For my thick, shoulder length hair, I need 10 pumps in the front, 10 pumps on each side, and 10 pumps for the back, for a total of 40 pumps. Sounds like way too much, right? Not when you consider your hair will stay clean a lot longer and your hair will thank you for it. Now, work the product through your hair and on your scalp. Once this is done, leave the Wen in your hair while you shave and finish bathing or showering. Now rinse with cool water, combing as you rinse, and then use 1/2 the amount of pumps to repeat and rinse a second time. The second rinse and repeat really helps with any residue or build-up and helps with manageability. I also have to recommend the Wen Styling Creams to put on your soaking wet hair after washing and comb through evenly. It protects your hair from heat damage and makes it easier to style. I think for those who are willing to try Wen, don't give up after using it once. Give it at least 3 or 4 good tries before giving up! Remember, Tea Tree is best for thin, fine hair or those with dandruff! — 1 year, 2 months agopowerwoman033 | 509 reviews
Moisturizing and InvigoratingI have been using Wen for approximately 4 years now, and the last scent I tried was the Tea Tree. I have short layered and highlighted, but thin, hair. I wish I had tried this first! I have fine hair, but plenty of it, so it tends to dry out and become dull and flat. The Tea Tree gives plenty of moisture, cleanses extremely well, and has a very invigorating scent of tea tree to get you started in the morning. Of all the base-line Wen products, this is my favorite. I can use this every day and my hair looks wonderful each morning. One pump as a leave in, and I can get that extra moisture needed on dry days. — 4 months, 1 week agoshakeupmakeup | 1 reviews
Must have products!!I've been using wen for a year now! I have long curly thick color treated hair. Wen has been a life saver for my hair!! I will never use anything else! I even converted my hairdresser after she saw how healthy my hair became! The cleansing conditioner, to the refining mist to the gel and conditioning paste! Well worth the money! When you break down what you spend on products now you will see you save money! Watch the video, do all the steps and you will love your hair!! — 4 months, 1 week agoJeni4b4 | 1 reviews
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