Wen Shampoo Ingredients

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With Wen Shampoo ingredients, you will have no worries about toxic chemicals that are found in other shampoos. Wen Shampoo is an herbal, all natural shampoo created by Chaz Dean, a popular hair stylist among celebrities. Chaz Dean wanted to create a hair care product that would be healthy, but would also work to give you great results. The Wen Shampoo Ingredients are great for achieving the results that you have always wanted.

Most shampoos and conditioners on the market today contain toxic chemical that have been linked to certain types of cancers. The Wen Shampoo Ingredients are all natural, so you have no need to worry about those unhealthy toxins. The toxins found in other shampoos and conditioners are also unhealthy for the hair and scalp. They strip the hair of its natural oils, leaving it dry, brittle, and dull. The scalp is also irritated, and can become dry and flakey. Wen Shampoo is surely a much better option for the health of your hair.

Wen Shampoo Ingredients are formulated together in such a way so that Wen Shampoo can take the place of five of your regular hair care products. It takes the place of your shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, detangler, and leave-in conditioner. This is great, because it saves you the time it would take to use all of these products, along with the money that these products would cost.

Wen Shampoo contains some key ingredients that make it an excellent product. They include glycerin, chamomile extract, cherry bark, rosemary extract, panthenol, and sweet almond oil. Glycerin is great for moisturizing the hair. Chamomile extract adds shine to the hair and is also very soothing and calming. Cherry bark is helpful for retaining hair color as well as making the hair more manageable. Rosemary extract conditions and strengthens hair. Panthenol moisturizes hair, and makes the hair appear to be thicker. Almond oil softens and conditions. All of the Wen Shampoo Ingredients are healthy for you and great for the appearance and health of your hair.

Wen Shampoo Ingredients are wonderful for your hair. This shampoo has been shown to help retain hair color, along with beauty and shine. It cleanses as it moisturizes, leaving the natural oils that your hair needs to look its best. Wen Shampoo is good for giving your hair the healthy look that you desire. Using Wen Shampoo eliminates the worry associated with using chemical laden shampoos and conditioners, so you can simply enjoy the benefits of using this all natural shampoo.

{ 21 comments… read them below or add one }

561bobo June 21, 2011 at 6:34 pm

there are lots of other brands of similar natural shampoos available on the market…organic stores like whole foods, etc.


ariel July 22, 2012 at 6:26 pm

not all conditioners are alcohol free and most lotions for your skin are also not alcohol free, even the natural ones. preservatives and alcohol both dry the skin and are cancer causing agents. i am extremely allergic to alcohols that they put in lotions and most cosmetics so I have not been able to use them. actually i have to excuse myself from all cosmetics and conditioners that contain wheat products and yeast or their byproducts. so i am wondering if wen contains alcohol as well and vitamin e that is derived from wheat. so far i’ve been using burts bees baby shampoo and a leave in conditioner that is alcohol free. i use pure almond oil for lotion. i’ve found olive oil with chamomile, fennel, and mint is also a great skin lotion. chamomile and mint also make nice bath additives for really itchy dry skin. i use a bar soap made by a local woman that uses only glycerin, oatmeal, vanilla and honey. yes I’d be interested to know if wen contains alcohol and vitamin e derived from wheat.


carol September 30, 2011 at 10:00 pm

What are the actual ingredients in the hair care system, and why would any one pay thirty dollars for a sixty day supply.


Sabrina January 18, 2012 at 10:34 am

I don’t know about you, but I easily put well over $15 a month in to hair care products… Usually I spend that in a week!


lucia glatfelter January 30, 2012 at 11:43 am

cause it works its amazing ,it makes your hair feel awesome.


ariel July 22, 2012 at 6:33 pm

Because if I use normal conditioners and lotions I get asthma and go into anaphylactic shock. My skin also starts falling off from scratching it from allergic hives. I pay on average $7 a bottle for shampoo. I pay $4 a bottle for leave in conditioner. I pay $8 for a bottle of lotion that is alcohol free. $4 for a bar of soap that is wheat free. I am one of those people who even has to pay $4 to $6 for a loaf of bread that is not made from wheat. I don’t know you tell me why I have to pay so much for a condition that I cannot control. Does rice really cost that much more than wheat? You know I even have to occasionally fight with my medical insurance over covering a blood pressure medicine that does not contain wheat as a dispersal agent. It’s ridiculous! For me it’s a handicap and a really big pain. What’s worse are the people I live around that use to get upset because I wouldn’t eat cake, donuts, and pizza with them. So yes I’d pay $30 for a 60 day supply because it would cost me less than what I’m paying now.


ariel July 22, 2012 at 6:35 pm

what’s even worse is fighting with my church to get them to use a wheat free communion cracker. i’ve given up on that and am considering becoming catholic so i can go to a church that wouldn’t care.


Irishrink November 22, 2012 at 4:31 am

Ariel–really? And you expect to be taken as a credible source? You are “considering becoming catholic so [i] can go to a church that wouldn’t care…” NOT the reason to convert! SMH!


arrabella September 15, 2013 at 12:07 am

Ariel, maybe if you purchase some gluten free crackers and ask the pastor or priest to bless them and use them for you during communion, they will do that. ?


Irishrink November 22, 2012 at 4:32 am

I’d like ALL the ingredients, too, which is why I searched! I’m allergic to spearmint & wanted to see what their “mint” was…big surprise (sarcasm): they don’t even have it listed, although the commercial I just saw advertised “Almond Mint…”


margo October 8, 2011 at 10:09 am

I’ve been making shampoo bars since 2003, so I know my business.

What makes Wen so expensive is the cost of marketing and advertising


gc May 21, 2012 at 10:29 am

margo its true. capitalism.


sylvia October 15, 2011 at 1:16 pm

The Cosmetics Database considers Tetrasodium EDTA a low to moderate hazard ingredient, depending on its usage. It notes concerns regarding cancer, enhanced skin absorption, organ system toxicity and irritation (due to animal studies that showed skin irritation at low doses). It is classified as a high human health priority and expected to be toxic or harmful.

However, tests done by the CIR (which are not corroborated) found that Tetrasodium EDTA is not a dermal irritant or a sensitizer, and is not absorbed by skin easily. “Because these ingredients bind metals required for normal cell division, some studies that indicated that these compounds were weakly mutagenic. Some studies showed reproductive and developmental effects following oral exposure to large doses of metal chelators, likely an effect of the binding of metals required for normal reproduction and development” (RealSelf.com). It found that cosmetics and personal care products containing these ingredients would result in very little skin penetration and systemic levels well below those shown to produce adverse effects in oral studies.

Tetrasodium EDTA has been found to be an ecotoxin, however. “Widespread use of EDTA and its slow removal under many environmental conditions has led to its status as the most abundant anthropogenic compound in many European surface waters … and has emerged as a persistent organic pollutant” (Wikipedia).


admin December 21, 2011 at 12:58 am

Valid point. Unfortunately Tetrasodium EDTA is found in a lot of cosmetic products and hair supplies.


ariel July 22, 2012 at 6:38 pm

tetrasodium edta is made from wheat..go check it out…those allergic to wheat cannot use it or alcohol. If they use yeast cells to make the sodium laryl sulfate or ammonium laryl sulfate well those who are allergic to yeast and most molds also run into problems.
i make my own toothpaste from mint, dolamite powder and baking soda. I buy toms deodorant.


lucia glatfelter January 30, 2012 at 11:40 am

best product ever it has transformed my hair ,and ive used the best im a hair stylist for 20 years and i recomend it to my clients i will never use anything else thank you for such a great product.


Cindy Land January 31, 2013 at 10:16 am

Where can I get a COMPLETE list of the ingredients? I am very allergic and unwilling to spend money on anything until I see that.


wen advise July 31, 2016 at 11:59 pm

Wen is natural, using ingredients Chaz Dean finds in his own garden.


Roshan Yaseen July 15, 2013 at 5:44 am

Dear sir,
I am roshan Yaseen from Sri Lanka planing to manufacture hair shampoo so i need the formulation and i can pay for it if available pls reply to proceed further.
My mail. rosh0075@gmail.com
Rgds roshan.


Star Johnson January 27, 2016 at 2:08 pm

My ear lobes broke out using this shampoo, they got inflamed and clear white ooze would come out of them. I couldn’t for the life of me figure out was was wrong, then I stopped using Winn and it went away.


wen advise July 31, 2016 at 11:57 pm

Wen is actually not a shampoo, it is a cleansing conditioner. The Wen motto is actually “friends don’t let friends use shampoo”. I just want you to know the true information. Very sorry to interrupt.


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