Thursday, April 24, 2003

I have seen the depths that American women will go to to have good hair, and it is viciously gross. Today at the grocery store, I noticed a package of "Henna 'n' Placenta" hair treatment on the hair care aisle (brought to you by the makers of "Hoof 'n' Mane," a product originally designed for grooming horses, but marketed to women after equestrian gals noticed that it worked well for them as well as their horses). Why would the manufacturer think that a name like "Henna 'n' Placenta" would inspire people to buy this product? Why would anyone buy anything called "Henna 'n' Placenta"? Why would anyone willingly put something made out of placenta on her head? What kind of placenta is used in this product anyway? (I refused to get it off the shelf and examine it any closer.) Is everyone else as grossed out by this as I am?


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