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Is Wen sodium and sulfate free?

Started 1352031289.917 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1352059385.85 by BeautyAddiction
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I have keritan treated hair and cannot use Wen as a shampoo but have quite a few small ones and was wondering if I could use it as a conditioner on my. Olored, keritan treated hair. Thanks.

OVER 60: SKIN - menopausal, dry, not sensitive, few eye wrinkles, mouth to chin (puppet) lines.
HAIR - dry, dyed, curly, frizzy shoulderr length/NOW STRAIGHTENED

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JeanLouise­Finch1352042160.43311046 PostsRegistered 10/3/2011

You can look up the ingredient lists on www.chazdean.com

I am still­ oxox1352044115.454399 PostsRegistered 5/14/2006North of NYC - the greatest city in the world

Yes it is and only shampoos have sulfates, conditioners do not

Decided to change up my SN a bit, and maybe this is a bit clearer :)

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kcladyz1352044672.724034 PostsRegistered 4/30/2012

WEN is a shampoo!!! Its a shampoo and conditioner all in one. So even if you use it as a conditioner your still shampooing. Also if you watch the videos and read the WEN discriptions you see it is sulfate free and safe on keritain treated hair.

I am still­ oxox1352045692.14399 PostsRegistered 5/14/2006North of NYC - the greatest city in the world
On 11/4/2012 kcladyz said:

WEN is a shampoo!!! Its a shampoo and conditioner all in one. So even if you use it as a conditioner your still shampooing. Also if you watch the videos and read the WEN discriptions you see it is sulfate free and safe on keritain treated hair.

Actually its a cleansing conditioner.

Decided to change up my SN a bit, and maybe this is a bit clearer :)

Always be Happy, always wear a smile .. Not because life is full of reasons to smile, but because your smile itself is a reason for many others to smile :)

BeautyAddi­ction1352059385.815794 PostsRegistered 6/8/2007NY
Thank you so much girls . I am going to try it as a conditioner only on my ends, sorry took so long to answer but live on the east coast and without power. At my sons now so have Internet for the moment.

OVER 60: SKIN - menopausal, dry, not sensitive, few eye wrinkles, mouth to chin (puppet) lines.
HAIR - dry, dyed, curly, frizzy shoulderr length/NOW STRAIGHTENED

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