Shampoo is a word derived from "champu" which is made from shikakai , hibiscus, arappu (Albizzia amara) in India. Colonial traders cleansed hair, body daily with it and introduced it in Europe after returning from India. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sha…
Lthat sodium lauryl sulfate, the lathering agent found in most shampoos and a known irritant, is also an ingredient in many skin care products and oral medications drugs.com/inactive/sodium…
Words such as pyjamas, shampoo and thug are of Indian origin. Around 900 words part of the Oxford English Dictionary are of Indian origin. bbc.com/news/magazine-187…
As a teenager Penny Marshall starred as the "before" girl in a shampoo commercial with Farrah Fawcett as the "after" girl. Fawcett crossed out "Homely Girl" and changed it to "Plain Girl" on the placard Marshall's stand-in was holding because she saw it was making Marshall insecure. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pen…
Dead manatees are rendered for fat and recycled into soaps, lotions, and shampoos news-press.com/story/tech…
Caffeine is used in certain shampoos to prevent hair loss. It's becoming more and more popular as time progresses. manforhimself.com/groomin…
Pepper Spray is best washed out by initial baby shampoo (mixture wjth water) and then continuous, long rinse with pure water. Milk has been shown to not be as effective. Just water is better than nothing. pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1…
Playboy Magazine is now published quarterly instead of twelve times a year and updated its slogan from β€œEntertainment for Men” to β€œEntertainment for All". The company’s licensed products β€” from shampoo to backpacks β€” bring in over $1 billion annually mediapost.com/publication…
Lemon is 2.7 times more effective than Head&Shoulders shampoos at inhibiting Malassezia, a fungus known to cause dandruff. researchgate.net/publicat…
Dean Mahomed introduced Indian cuisine and shampoo baths to Europe, where he offered therapeutic massage. He was also the first Indian to publish a book in English en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dea…
The suds of shampoo, soap and many other foaming products is often artifically added to the product to help convince us that it is working. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sur…
An Australian man was working as a hairdresser when he had the idea to make 3D printed prosthetic limbs from recycled shampoo and conditioner bottles. Working with 38 salons in Queensland, he is now testing the limbs with two children who had no access to practical and inexpensive prosthetics. abc.net.au/news/2019-04-2…
Carrageenan has been harvested since 600AD & is used in applications including ice cream, salad dressing, beer, processed ham, toothpaste, Fruit Gushers, firefighting foam, shampoo, air freshener gel, shoe polish, soy milk, diet soda, pet food, personal lube, & veggie hot dogs... among others. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Car…
Synthetic shampoos weren't invented until the 1930s, with daily shampooing only becoming the norm in the 1970s and 1980s. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_…
Phthalates lower IQ levels. They can be found in shampoos, conditioners, body sprays, hair sprays, perfumes, colognes, soap, nail polish, shower curtains, medical tubing, IV bags, vinyl flooring and wall coverings, food packaging and coatings on time-release pharmaceuticals. cnn.com/2016/07/01/health…
The word Shampoo comes from the Indian word "Champoo" which means "to press or massage" ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti…
I Learned There's Petroleum Products (Derived from Crude Oil) in Toothpaste, Shampoo and Soap energy.gov/sites/prod/fil…
Proctor & Gamble, makers of shampoo, laundry detergent and razors, manufactured atomic bombs for the U.S. government from 1951 to 1956 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan…
It’s possible to suffer a stroke after visiting a beauty salon, due to having your neck hyperextended during shampoo/conditioning treatments snopes.com/fact-check/wom…
Clairol release a shampoo called "Touch of Yogurt" in 1979. It was a flop, much like the company's "Touch of Buttermilk" shampoo that was released in 1974. angiesdiary.com/lifestyle…
The award winning "Aussie Shampoo", who's brand logo is a kangaroo, is sold in Europe, Britain and the USA but not Australia. The company is based out of Ohio. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aus…
Words like Juggernaut, Punch, Calico,Shampoo have been brought by the British Raj from India to the English language. telegraph.co.uk/films/vic…
When shampoo is poured onto a layer of shampoo, it can leap. This is known as the 'Kaye Effect'. youtu.be/IrVlq2AgwyA
In Shampoo and Moisturiser Ads, "Essential Oils" means that the oil gives off a distinctive scent, not that they're essential. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ess…
Farmers allow the "Tree Goats of Morocco" to climb Argan trees to eat the fruit because their poop (consisting of digested clumps of seeds) is then pressed to create the sought-after Argan oil. Argan oil is commonly found in the popular Ogx Shampoo bottle... effectively making it Shampoop. atlasobscura.com/places/t…
There is a 'Museum of Failed Products' in Ann Arbor, containing thousands of consumer products that never took off, including gems like Clairol's A Touch of Yoghurt shampoo and Pepsi's AM Breakfast Cola. theguardian.com/lifeandst…
The word Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word 'chāmpo' which in turn is derived from the Sanskrit root 'chapayati' meaning: "to press, knead and soothe" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sha…
Sake Dean Mahomed was the first Indian to write a book in English, travelled Europe, started the first Indian restaurant in England in 1810, and introduced shampoo to the Western World (shampoo coming from a Hindi word for massage) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sak…
Shampoo was invented in India, not the commercial liquid ones but the method by use of herbs. The word 'shampoo' itself has been derived from the Sanskrit word champu,which means to massage dailypress.com/news/dp-xp…
A shampoo containing real beer was marketed in the 1970s under the brand name Body On Tap. duffysbrew.com/blog/the-w…
Coal Tar is the active ingredient in some 'medicated' drandruff shampoos. medicinenet.com/coal_tar_…
The NFL team Washington Redskins cited US patented brands such as Dumb Blond beer, Midget-Man condoms, Oh! My Nappy Hair shampoo, and Take Yo Panties Off clothing when a federal judge ordered the cancellation of their federal trademark registrations for disparaging Native Americans. washingtonpost.com/local/…
"Body on Tap" the popular 70s shampoo original formula contained 1/3 beer which people believed made hair fuller and softer. duffysbrew.com/blog/the-w…
The 'Open Jar' symbol on shampoo bottles describes how long the contents last after opening. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Per…
The word shampoo entered English language from India during the colonial era. It dates to 1762, and is derived from Hindi chāmpo, itself derived from the Sanskrit root capayati (which means to press, knead, soothe) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sha…
Axe Body Spray, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, Dove Shampoo, Skippy Peanut Butter, and Lipton Tea, among many other famous brands are owned by one company. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis…
Beer can and was often used as hairspray and shampoo, and the hops and malt are excellent sources of protein and nutrients to strengthen and repair dry damaged hair. nichetopics.info/ways-to-…
After not washing your hair with shampoo for long enough, your hair reaches an equilibrium of oils and starts to take care of itself. thenakedscientists.com/HT…
Many Chinese people, despite being highly literate and well educated, cannot write out the characters for some of the most basic Chinese words, like "sneeze" or "shampoo". languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu…
Bison Grass or Holy Grass (Hierochloe odorata)was used by Native Americans as Shampoo, Paint, Perfume, to Weave Baskets, to Keep Away Bugs, and to Stuff Pillows. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hie…
Cancer causing chemicals are found in 33% of personal care products such as baby products, shampoo, and cosmetics. The FDA doesn't limit or regulate their use, nor require they be disclosed to consumers. motherearthliving.com/hea…
Using dry shampoo can lead to hair loss theatlantic.com/health/ar…
Martha Matilda Harper, the greatest businesswoman you’ve never heard of, pioneered the first modern hair salon, invented the reclining shampoo chair, creator of modern franchising while empowering and changing the lives of hundreds of poor women atlasobscura.com/articles…
"Lather" is actually feature added to shampoo because people like it chemistry.stackexchange.c…
Bitrex is the most bitter chemical compound known. It is used as an aversive agent to stop people from ingesting substances such as antifreeze (which naturally tastes sweet), liquid soaps, and shampoos. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bit…
Baby Soaps and Shampoos Can Trigger Positive Marijuana Tests because some have THC in them. healthland.time.com/2012/…
Dandruff shampoo can be used to fight athletes foot and other topical fungal infections. The active ingredients in most dandruff shampoo's are either Selenium Sulfide or Zinc Pyrithion, both of which stop the proliferation and sporogenesis of fungi. link.springer.com/article…
There is a public highway bridge in York, Maine made entirely out of recycled detergent and shampoo bottles. plasticsnews.com/article/…
Until 2014, Johnson & Johnson's Baby Shampoo contained formaldehyde nytimes.com/2014/01/18/bu…
Ammonium Chloride has an amazingly diverse set of uses: squid floatation, fossil brightener, expectorant, oral acid diagnostic, liquorice spice additive, cookie crisper, battery electrolyte, shampoo-glue-cleaner additive, leather dye, thickener, and cotton lusterer en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amm…

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