Thursday, January 26, 2012
Review: Wen Winter Vanilla Mint Cleansing Conditioner
Spa-like shower experience? Check. Delicious smell? Check. Cleans effectively without stripping my hair? Check. Conditions my hair, leaving it soft and moisturized? Check. The newest addition to the Wen Cleansing Conditioner lineup, Winter Vanilla Mint is my absolute favorite Wen product to date.
If you aren’t familiar with Wen or Chaz Dean, which would be somewhat surprising since there are Wen infomercials on t.v. all the time, basically throw away your shampoo. Shampoo contains sulfates/detergents, that strip your hairs natural oils and if you color you’re washing that down the drain as well. Shampoo isn’t necessary to cleanse your hair. And if you stop stripping your hair with sulfates/detergents, you don’t need to condition it separately. Wen Cleansing Conditioners are basically conditioners that clean your hair. They’re a totally different take on the classic 2-in-1.
Wen Winter Vanilla Mint is really creamy in consistency, just like Fall Ginger Pumpkin. Just like all the Wen Cleansing Conditioners, my hair feels clean yet really soft after rinsing. But let me get to the number one point, what sets this one apart from all the rest, it smells so frickin’ delicious. It reminds of an Andes Mint with a faint hint of vanilla. It’s the absolute best-smelling cleanser/conditioner I have ever smelled, ever. All the Wen products, that I’ve used, I’ve enjoyed the scents, but this one is mmmmmmmm…………….
Just like the Fall Ginger Pumpkin, Winter Vanilla Mint is a limited edition, so if you want to try it, get your hands on it fast. It’s only available thru February. I say we start a petition to Chaz Dean to make Winter Vanilla Mint a regular in the line. I’m just sayin’.
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Have you checked out the new Winter Vanilla Mint?
Disclaimer: I was sent the products mentioned for consideration, the opinions expressed are 100% my own.