Spring is a time for renewal and cleansing. Start with your hair and scalp by deep-treating both to an intensive moisturizer that will banish the winter blues.
Frizz, static, split ends, limp locks. These are common winter hair problems we all have. To rejuvenate your locks for spring, try using a deep conditioner, hair mask or the product we love — Wen by Chaz Dean’s sweet almond mint Re Moist Intensive Hair Treatment (Sephora, $58).
Active ingredients in Wen by Chaz Dean’s Re Moist Intensive Hair Treatment
- Moisturizing botanical extracts: Designed to help nourish and condition, imparting shine and softness to damaged hair.
- Hydrolized wheat protein: Designed to help restore resilience and moisture to the hair.
- Shea butter: Designed to help provide softening and nourishing properties.
- Sweet almond oil: Helps to moisturize the skin and hair without leaving a greasy residue.
We recommend using the treatment after using the Wen by Chaz Dean sweet almond mint Cleansing Conditioner and rinsing thoroughly. Then you need to liberally apply the Re Moist Intensive Hair Treatment to clean, wet hair. Leave the treatment on your hair for twenty to thirty minutes, then rinse and style as you desire.
Why Wen by Chaz Dean is different
We love Wen by Chaz Dean because all of its ingredients are natural and the shampoo contains no sulfates. All of the products smell absolutely wonderful and give you the feeling you are at a high-end spa.
Before and after
As you can see from the pictures of unstyled, freshly dried hair, the first picture shows fluffier and more frizzy ends; the second shows ends that are noticeably more smooth. This is after only one use.
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