Does whatever a shampoo does

Because if it doesn’t, it’s just a sham, right?

The genuine article is at hand:

Shampooing shampoo by L'Occitane

You think maybe they have conditioning conditioner too?


  1. fillyjonk »

    2 June 2015 · 10:56 am

    Could it be translation? In French, “shampoo” is “shampooing.”

    (I kind of think the Academie Francaise fell down on that one. Surely there’s a better French word, like maybe the translation of Soap So Your Hair Does Not Stink?). Hm. Savon pour preventir les cheveux qui pue”?

  2. CGHill »

    2 June 2015 · 11:28 am

    That might make sense, since the label also translates “essential oils.”

  3. fillyjonk »

    2 June 2015 · 12:21 pm

    Incidentally, “conditioner” is “conditionneur” in French. So we really need that second bottle to be sure.

    (Then again: I find most hotels kind of cheap out and give allegedly-conditioning shampoo but no conditioner. Which always seems to me like I’m being asked to use a dessert topping that’s also a floor wax.)

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