Wen haircare fans, QVC has a good deal right now on a 4-piece Wen Classic & Seasonal Kit. Regularly $85, this kit is currently on sale for $59.94 with FREE shipping. It contains:
- 32-fl oz Classic Cleansing Conditioner
- 4-oz Classic Re-Moist Hydrating Mask
- 4-fl oz Classic Treatment Oil
- 16-fl oz Fall Vanilla White Pumpkin Cleansing Conditioner
For the three classic products, you can choose from Tea Tree, Fig, Lavender, Pomegranate, Sweet Almond Mint, and Cucumber Aloe. Head over to QVC and search for product number A284021 to get this deal.
When I buy Wen, I try to stay as close to $16 per 16-ounce bottle as possible. Historically, Wen has offered a 5-bottle holiday special set for around $80 each year for the past three years. If you’re running out of Wen, this gives you a 32-ounce bottle and a 16-ounce bottle for about $60 – that’s about $20 per 16-ounces. Plus, you get the treatment oil and Re-Moist mask “free.”
The crazy thing is, the Re-Moist mask itself is usually crazy expensive. It sells for $58 on its own..! (Search QVC for product number A84779 and you’ll see!) It’s a very nice hairmask — I got one free in one of my early Wen shipments, but I’ve never ordered one since simply due to the price. The Treatment Oil also sells for $54 on its own (product number A219414) and both the Re-Moist and Treatment Oil are the same 4-ounce sizes that sell for much more outside of this package.
This is a very good deal if you’re interested in any or all of these, and it is a ONE DAY deal for Friday, September 23rd only. Hopefully we get another great holiday special set again for 2016.
I’ve been using Wen cleansing conditioner for more than three years now, and the change in my hair has been remarkable. I used to have extremely dry, brittle hair. For my first year, I blogged about my experiences with Wen, along with many before-and-after pictures:
Also, quite a few readers have been emailing lately regarding the FDA’s Wen hair loss investigation. I really can only speak for my own experiences with the product, but it’s made an amazing difference in the texture and fullness of my hair in the three years I’ve been using Wen. If I had experienced any kind of hair loss, I would have, of course, immediately stopped using the product.
I am not sure why some people have had such horrifying reactions to Wen. There are a lot of botanicals and natural ingredients in it, and there are three different formulas (wheat, rice, and soy protein) which makes me wonder if people with wheat or other ingredient allergies may be having problems or bad reactions with them.
I’m also aware that there is “Fake Wen” out there too. Wen does not sell on Amazon or Ebay, but resellers sell Wen products in both places. I’ve seen multiple reviews about people receiving something other than Wen in Wen bottles:
If people are buying something other than Wen in Wen bottles online, there’s no way to know what they’re actually receiving. Officially, Wen is only sold in four places: QVC, Wen.com, Sephora, and at the Chaz Dean salon in Hollywood. If you are buying it anywhere else, there is no guarantee that what you’re getting is really Wen.
I do sincerely appreciate everyone’s concern for me and my hair and for passing along the articles.