Photograph of a bottle of Badedas-branded shampoo.

Sorry, no flashback Friday post again this week, so I’m a bit of a fraud but please, head on over to Fandango’s blog for other people’s flashbacks. What is the world coming to?

My post this week is related to Fandango’s, however. I wasn’t going to say anything, but since he raised the subject of shampoo…

Above is my current shampoo. Smells lovely! If they sell it where you are, you should try some.

Eagle-eyed readers will notice that the bottle proudly boasts 3-in-1. Not only will it shampoo my head, but it will condition it, and cleanse my body too. I feel as if christmas has come early!

I have just one question. What’s the difference?

One part of it cleans my hair. Another part of it conditions my hair. Yet another cleans my body. So how are all three different?

Okay, I’m not totally stupid. I’ve been using conditioner for years, and I know that’s different to shampoo. One, well, shampoos and the other conditions. So let’s take that off the table.

But what is the difference between hair wash and body wash? A healthy dose of marketing?

Author: Mister Bump UK

Designed/developed large IT systems, interrupted by a stroke in 2016, aged 48. Now mix development of health-related software with voluntary work and writing. Married, with an estranged daughter.

12 thoughts on “Huh?”

    1. I will wait until christmas, Mrs Bump has hinted that she has bought some for me. I wonder if it will be 3-in-1? If not, I shall use it on my hair (‘cos I’m a rebel) and see how bad it leaves me feeling afterwards!

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