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  •  Yes I do (3+ / 0-)
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    earicicle, kyril, Munchkn

    I got the gallon size Pomegranate on auto-delivery in June and will receive another in December. I shouldn't need another that soon at the rate I'm using it, but I will take delivery and just save it until I do need it. In addition to diluting it I find I don't need to cleanse every day. I can just cleanse twice a week and it's fine. I haven't tried going longer than that.

    I notice the TSV for Saturday includes other products. I haven't tried any of the other products. Have you, and if so do you feel they're worthwhile?

    •  I mainly use the cleanser. (3+ / 0-)
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      Sylv, kyril, Munchkn

      I haven't really experimented much with the others--I should try; I have lots around from the specials. The Tea Tree scalp oil is nice as a night time treatment; I preordered the Tea Tea TSV. My hair responds best to switching around among a few different cleansers: Lavendar & Tea Tree primarily, also Mango Coconut & Pomegranate. I haven't noticed a big difference for me between the wheat-free and original formulas.

      Lots of huge benefit of WEN for me: My highlights last a LOT longer. I'm not finding lots of hair in my brush or my tub drain. And my fine hair is growing very fast again. I can't believe how soft it is.

      Glad to hear WEN is working well for you. I'm gonna try to get my mom to switch soon, too.

      Ho'oponopono. To make things right; restore harmony; heal.

      by earicicle on Wed Aug 28, 2013 at 05:12:23 PM PDT

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      •  I read something cool about Chaz Dean (2+ / 0-)
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        earicicle, Sylv

        a while ago. He'd hired Jeff Lewis (of Flipping Out and Interior Therapy on Bravo) to renovate his salon.  It happened that their was a homeless squatter living on the site.  Chaz and Jeff built the man shelter complete with a bathroom as part of the renovations.  The man has since died, but I thought that was real classy of the guys to do that.  They didn't have to; they could have had the man thrown off the premises.  Their humanity prevailed though.

        •  I wish I could remember her name. (2+ / 0-)
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          emeraldmaiden, Sylv

          Chaz developed a special 'ultra intensive' product called Six Thirteen that he dedicated to her (the homeless woman) and his mom (who died of cancer), whose birthdays (IIRC) were numerically related. I think the woman more or less lived on the grounds of the salon for many years. The herbs and essences he chose for the product were related to ones these women loved. He usually mentions them both whenever he talks about the product. Fairly unusual for a guy going on a TV shopping network to sell a high-end beauty product!

          Ho'oponopono. To make things right; restore harmony; heal.

          by earicicle on Wed Aug 28, 2013 at 08:10:01 PM PDT

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