Help for those who cannot see

If anyone out there knows anyone in the shampoo business please forward this to them:

Would you please mark your containers so that those of us who do not wear eyeglasses in the shower can tell the difference between the shampoo and the conditioner?

You might consider putting a big “C” on the conditioner bottle.  Maybe the “C” could go on the top of the cap.

A big “S” on the shampoo bottle would be nice too.

We deserve better

Brutus

7 Responses to Help for those who cannot see

  1. The Raging Chihuahua says:

    You could do something really crazy and put a rubber band around one of the bottles. Sometimes l feel guilty being this extremely intelligent. Just kidding. l don’t feel guilty at all.

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  2. JerryK says:

    Who uses a conditioner?

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  3. Tickedofftaxpayer says:

    Pick one that uses different colored bottles.

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  4. That’s why I switched to a 2-in-1 years ago.

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    • Vidal Sassoon says:

      A 2-in-1 is neither a good shampoo nor a good conditioner. It’s like blending regular Coke and Diet Coke.

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      • The Oracle says:

        That’s what I’ve heard / understood /also.
        The Shampoo removes the Human Oil, dirt, sweat and other oils
        and the Conditioner puts it’s OWN oil / own conditioner / own hair lubricant . . BACK into the hair, so it does not become brittle, but stays L O O S E and “Not stuck together”.
        That’s a TWO Step process.
        Even though rinsed out, a little bit of the Conditioner . . stays behind.
        So, it’s still working.

        Mix them together and . . . well . . . It’s just gonna work Half-ass, half the time, if at all.
        For some people, that doesn’t really matter.

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  5. The Oracle says:

    Yep, could be molded into the cap.
    Maybe a square cap for one with a molded-in S
    and a round cap with a C molded-in.
    Also for those with soap in their eyes and can’t see the bottle at all.
    Sure would be a selling point.

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