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There's pee pee in my hair cream

Me : ever put a pen mark on your tooth? I just did. cap in my teeth and uh ... I missed.
akadashi: er... not that I'm aware of
Me : at least I didn't like... stab my gums or something. Then the ink could get under the skin and it could be permanent. Like a lil mole right above my eye tooth.

Scintillating conversation. Aren't you (read: the world at large) sorry that you don't talk to me more often? Eh? EH?
I mean, with this quality of insightful and searingly deep thought just bubbling forth, it's a wonder that I'm not considered one of the world's great thinkers of our modern times.
Like Norman Mailer or....Howard Stern.

Okay maybe not.

Diazolindinyl Urea. That's the thing that caught my eye while brushing my teeth this morning. It's on the ingredient list of the hair stuff I use(john frieda's frizz-ease secret weapon) to make my very fine, fly away hair stay put and keep from getting super fro frizzy in our disgusting humidity.
according to Aubrey-Organics.com, diazolidinyl urea is a formaldehyde-base preservative. That isn't really comforting, but it's the word urea that grabs my attention.
It's not a main ingredient, in face it's just below Phenoxyethanol and just above Methyl Paraben on the list and they're just a few from the bottom, right above the fragrances. The main ingredients are water and avacado oil... so that's alright then, right?
I'm not going to stop using it. It works.

But still... there's pee pee in my hair cream.


( 2 comments — Leave a comment )
Sep. 17th, 2002 10:56 am (UTC)
1. ooh i use that stuff too and i love it also.
2. more disturbing is urea in cigarettes! glad you quit? :)
Sep. 17th, 2002 11:18 am (UTC)
John Frieda is my hero. Most hair products just suck for me.. they're pretty useless. His stuff (all of it that I've tried) almost always lives up to its promises. And it's a lot cheaper than a lot of comparable things I could get for two or three times as much.

hehe.. I'd heard about the urea in cigarettes... which was just another reason to roll your own.

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