Looks lovely, doesn’t it.
All that’s missing is either the double or single cream, ice cream or fromage frais, or if you’re feeling really good, nothing else at all and just tuck in.
Now imagine washing in it.
Or washing your hair in the juice.
Gone are the days of shampoo for normal, dry or greasy hair.
Shower gels, bubble bath, soap, in fact anything to do with washing one’s body or hair now seems to be fruit linked again, and I’m just glad I’m nowhere near a group of monkeys as I’d be mobbed in my tracks.
Last week, I used the last of my apple shampoo. It was also great to use as a bodywash because it was mild and gentle (aahh), so only one bottle necessary to go up to the shower block to do the deed.
Do you think I could find it on the shelf in ANY of the discount stores I frequent and know stock the brand? Not on your nelly.
Everything this time around is pink.
No, I do not want pomegranate, strawberries and cream or raspberry ripple.
Neither do I want a plum or blueberry rinse thank you very much. I just want a BASIC shampoo to wash my long hair, without it going frizzy.
The last time this happened, I ended up buying a coconut and lychee shampoo because it was cheap and smelt nice. I couldn’t find that either, BUT I did discover a white cream shampoo for long and (promised) shiny hair, so bought that, hoping I wouldn’t glow in the dark.
It was useless as a body wash though, so I had to resort to getting shower gel as well.
Here we go again, hunting for a suitable fruit punch.
I felt like punching something I can tell you.
Anyway, I opted for a lemon and tea tree concoction, mainly because Hubby likes shower gel and somehow I don’t think Peaches or toothpaste minty would suit!