Tell me again, how do you “nourish” something that is dead?
Hair is not alive, good people.
It’s dead, dead, dead. Inanimate, fini, kaput, lights out, passed on, croaked, kicked the bucket, gone to heaven, gone home, expired, breathed its last, succumbed, left us, passed to its eternal reward, lost, met its maker, wasted, checked out, in its eternal rest, laid to rest, pushing up daisies, called home, a goner, came to an end (and maybe a split end at that), bit the dust, annihilated, liquidated,…
Condition? Maybe. Nourish? Not a chance.
Only in ad copy do we “nourish” that which is beyond the pale.
@hchavers@mandirose Well that you used it and still have hair is encouraging. Seeing as meh sold charcoal tooth whitening which has an advisory against it (eg charcoal as an ingredient), one can never be too careful.
@metaphore Exactly. Maybe the charcoal is to help mitigate the inevitable poisoning of someone who drinks one of the other flavors, thinking they were tea. Very thoughtful of them to throw in an antidote.
I might actually buy this but I’m super strict about what I put In my hair bc I dye it red and since I can’t see the ingredients I won’t take the chance. Even though it says no Paraben and sulfate… there sometimes is sneaky ingredients that will Strip color out.
I know hair is dead, but there is a reason curly hair maintenance is so intense. It’s like those microfiber oil infused towels - I bought them b/c they were cheap and thought they sounded gimmicky but they honestly did amazing things to my hair. Husband ran them through a hot wash cycle and stripped the oils out, and I still haven’t entirely forgiven him.
Taking one for the team, getting the Coconut one. Will report back, for all my other curly haired pals out there
I have novelty hair… you’d buy it on woot and gift it but you wouldn’t want it. I frankly think, we’re stuck with what we have, or had and there is nothing that change that… please to prove me wrong. Thank you.
@GAReed After my brother-in-law had chemotherapy his hair started to grow back. He had gone bald about 50 years ago. This known side effect happens often enough to be well documented.
If anyone is contemplating chemo for hair growth, I should point out that he also suffered acute chemo complications that were nearly fatal. The liver cancer has been in remission for a few years so far. So the treatment did save his life. You don’t want chemo unless the alternative is a likely early death.
Alas, the hair is still so fine, I can’t see it over zoom.