Posted by sean on April 14, 2015 at 5:24 pm in Too Random To Categorise with No Comments

While having my daily shower, I couldn’t help but notice my shampoo. Not the make, although admittedly, Lynx is a bit chavvy. No, the thing which caught my eye was the ingredients in the shampoo – “zinc and glacier water”.

What purpose zinc or glacier water serve when it comes to maintaining healthy hair, I don’t know. Maybe I’ll find out, as it’s the first time I used this shampoo. I took the steps of taking a ‘selfie’ (I hate that term) shortly after washing my hair see if I could see any amazing benefits. I can’t notice any, but will review my mane after a few weeks of using the new shampoo.

I bought the shampoo because I like Lynx deodorant. I didn’t buy it because it contains a metal or some defrosted ice. I do hope that everyone else is the same and there is nobody who actually buys shampoo containing strange ingredients, thinking they are of some benefit.

If there is a market for putting combinations of elements into hair products, I’ve got a few ideas of my own. Maybe I’m only something…

  • White leopard tears and iron filings
  • Buffalo dung and Welsh rain water
  • Mercury and shark blood
  • Toenail clippings and volcano steam
  • Pinecones and cat milk
  • Steak and chips








All of the above shampoo ideas and combinations are copyright of Sean’s Stories 2015. Unless anyone dies as a result of using them, in which case, I diminish all responsibility.

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