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Brainy Shampoo

Introduction

Brainwash Shampoo

I was cleaning out my mounds of clippings about hair care notes (I really do save everything) when I found an article from the December 7, 1999 Examiner about a shampoo designed to make you smarter.

Is this a joke? Nope. There really is a product on the market that consists of a combination of shampoo and conditioner designed to make you smarter. Is this for real? Absolutely.

Note: As of 2011 it is unclear if this product is still available.

According to the Examiner, San Diego chemist Bob Albert's wife Jennifer had a terrible memory. Forgetful Jennifer was always running back to her house to turn off her electrical appliances and take care of tasks that had completely slipped her memory.

To try and help his forgetful love 34 year old Bob created a special shampoo infused with brain boosting properties. To crank up the memory cells Bob added gingko biloba to Jennifer's shampoo. He urged his lovely wife Jennifer to try the gingko enhanced product and after just two weeks she noticed a major improvement.

Although Bob and Jennifer joked about the amazing results, they eventually decided to market the product for the rest of world in need of extra brain cell capacity.

Brainwash Conditioner

Chemist Bob created a special formula of all natural herbs from around the world. The result was a unique botanical complex that includes the original Gingko Biloba as well as Grape Seed Extract.

Ginko Biloba has been clinically proven to actually increase the flow of oxygen to the brain. The added oxygen actually will improve memory, concentration and mental focus.

Besides the special Brainwash Shampoo Bob also created a matching conditioner. Both the shampoo and the conditioner have proven to leave hair healthy, shiny and strong while adding muscles to your brain cells.

So how does this shampoo and conditioner actually work? The product uses the hair follicles as portals into the brain. Scientists have actually delivered vaccines directly and painlessly into the skin using the hair follicles.

Based on this concept the Brainwash Shampoo and Conditioner help the brain enhancing Gingko Bibloba and Grape Seed extract to be absorbed for maximum efficiently.

Conclusion

Does this shampoo really improve your brainpower? According to Bob Albert and his wife Jennifer just a few weeks of use and you will definitely notice a difference.

The Alberts have been using the product for about some time and continue to see great memory boosting results.

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- Revised Date: 01/26/11

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