Where’s The Lather?

I thought for sure that in order for my hair to be clean I needed lather and lots and lots of bubbles. I even remember as a small child that after using dish soap on my hair, my mother spent a good part of the evening rinsing my hair while talking about our well drying […]

I thought for sure that in order for my hair to be clean I needed lather and lots and lots of bubbles. I even remember as a small child that after using dish soap on my hair, my mother spent a good part of the evening rinsing my hair while talking about our well drying up.

Over the last few years I’ve realized that shampoo lathers up because of chemicals called foaming agents and sulfates, and chemicals and hair on a daily basis aren’t the best idea. That’s when a friend told me she used Wen by Chaz (http://www.wen.com) which didn’t lather. The first time trying it, it seemed wrong but after my hair dried it was so nice and soft and didn’t feel dried out.

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Wen by Chaz is sulfate-free therefore it doesn’t lather. It absolutely takes some getting use to but once you see the results it makes sense. What’s hard to imagine and get use to is that it’s really cleansing your hair.

Wen by Chaz is made in the United States and is not tested on animals. Chaz Dean is the man behind the magic and as a celebrity hair stylist he created these products to give all his clients that special treatment. With his product line continuing to grow and more and more people using his products Chaz Dean is proud of his products.

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