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Friday, September 9, 2011

Fox News: FDA: Hair Product Maker Is Misleading Buyers

It wouldn't surprise me one bit if this hasn't already caused a lot of people pulling their hair out after using the product. We count on the information we read on the labels, expect the product to do what it promises and to end up with not one hair out of place.

Then we read this hair-raising article and it suddenly makes sense why we had to constantly plaster our hair down; the ingredients don't even come within a hair's breadth of what the label says. I don't think we would be splitting hairs when we assume we can not let our hair hang down by taking everything we read for granted.

There may be an upside to the whole incident; even though it curled my hair when reading the headline, that may not necessarily turn out to be a bad thing. Curls don't come natural to me and it may mean the end of a lot of aggravation and frustration. Maybe I can finally close the chapter on something that has been bugging me for years.

Bad hair days!



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