Pantene Cleansing Conditioner hits drugstores this Spring for fans of Wen who always wanted a budget friendly option! Recently, Herbal Essences Naked Cleansing Conditioner released and last year L’Oreal EverCurl Hydracharge Cleansing Conditioner which sorta started the ball rolling for drugstore formulated cleansing conditioners.
To be honest, I love this because Wen felt like the only option for a long time but Wen does remain my favorite none the less.
Pantene Damage Repair Cleansing Conditioner will only set you back about $5-$6.99 at drugstores though which makes it a favorable option compared to Wen’s way higher price tag.
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Need a little pick me up for your dull, dry locks? Suave Natural Infusion Seaweed All Day Body Leave-In Foam ($5.79 at drugstores) will get your hair nicely hydrated with seaweed and lotus bloom without leaving it stiff, crunchy or sticky. And hey, it won’t break your beauty bank either.
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Wen Winter Cranberry Mint Cleansing Conditioner is a welcome treat today as the snow laying on the floor makes it feel a little like Christmas again!
I recently got my bottle of Wen Winter Cranberry Mint Cleansing Conditioner in the mail and gave it a test drive so here are my thoughts!
Wen lovers rejoice the new Herbal Essences Naked Cleansing Conditioner ($6.99) is now available at drugstores! This budget friendly cleansing conditioner is sure to gain the attention of Wen fans and at a very nice price as well.
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Wen Sweet Almond Peppermint Treatment Oil is made from a blend of Jojoba Seed Oil, Sesame Seed Oil, Olive Fruit Oil, Argan Oil, and others so this one is loaded up with an array of hydrating oils.
Wen Treatment Oil has a huge cult following and considering I love Wen Cleansing Conditioner it seemed the next logical step to try this out.
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