Hair shampoos, and particularly hair conditioners, make billions for chemical companies but they damage your hair causing dryness, lack of lustre and split ends. Your hair will look good for a day or two but it then reverts to a worse mess than it was before. Wanna know why?
Simply because it takes three months for your scalp’s natural oils to reach your hair tips that the highly astringent shampoos and conditioners have destroyed. Then it becomes necessary for you to return to the chemist for the rest of your life to buy more of the same crap that caused your problem in the first place.
I recall you always looked better on Mondays and Tuesdays, so I presume your shower day was Sunday.
Of course the chemicals are disguised with lemon and the aroma of a variety fresh fruits so you could feel and smell nice until Wednesday, but then it all went downhill from there.
Stop using those shampoos and conditioners and your hair will return to its original condition within ninety days. Well, it will for most people.
You won’t do that of course, because you don’t want your hair looking like a pelican’s nest (which it sort of does anyway) for three months… and neither do the chemical companies want you to do that.
Have a look at the beautiful hair of remote island natives. They have never used anything but clean water and natural coconut on their hair.
Compare the three months it will cost to regain the beautifully natural hair, I presume you once had, with the cost of buying that chemical crap for the rest of your life.
Those slow motion ads of yummy women with flowing tresses glistening in the sunlight are dishonest. And you of all people should know about dishonest ads!
If a chemical company can sell you something that harms you, and at the same time compels you to buy more, is that not in the same category as the insidious drugs they also sell you and us (via GPs)?
Then again I think the Afghan-hound-with-the-mange style sort of suits.