Wednesday, July 26, 2006
Weird Products Wednesday-Positively Hair Raising!
Taken from here.
Bald Guyz Head Cleanser & Conditioner For the Bald Head Mens - 4 OZ
Bald Guyz grooming products designed for the special needs of a bald man. Bald Guyz is designed to provide the man with a variety of products especially formulated for him. In this product use only the finest ingredients so that the sensitive skin of the head is cleaned, moisturized and protected from the harmful elements they face every day. Harmful UVA/UVB rays from the sun, dirt and pollution in the air, irritation from shaving or the dryness and irritation from a sunburn are no match for Bald Guyz.
Bald Guyz products created with Green Tea, Vitamins, Herbal Moisturizers & Protein to ensure that your head will maintain a fresh and healthy look and feel.
Use twice weekly to help stimulate your head and energize your skin for a natural and healthier look.
Lest you think I am singling out the men for my mockery, allow me to direct you to Weird Wednesday-So This is Beauty so you know I find many women's products absurd too (Lip exfoliators??? You ARE kidding!). I also hasten to add, Mr. Lime drew my attention to this in between his fits of laughter. He shaved his head clean for years and only in the last year did he allow what active follicles he posesses to strut their stuff. He is completely bald on top, nonetheless. And I am completely content with his baldness, as is he.
Now, I must ask...Gentlemen, are your bald pates suffering from a distinct lack of freshness? Stale noggin? Musty head? I mean is this a serious problem for you fellows? Inquiring minds want to know.
Festering pustules excepted, does a healthy head have a noticeably different look and feel to it than a not so fresh and healthy head? I mean does it lack a certain luster or something? Should I be able to spot the difference at 10 paces?
Hi, John, not feeling so well today? I see your head looks kind of dull today.
No Joe, (rubbing vigorously) I just forgot my head lotion.
Well, here. Have some of mine. I'd never be caught without it.
(And, by the way, would it help or hurt the ad campaign for this conversation to take place in the men's room? Just a thought...)