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Asking for a friend. No, taurine found in energy drinks does not come from bull semen. The Daily Buzz is a poorly written website with false claims and hoax articles that are presented with zero sources.
Imprivo is a new range of hair care products that use a natural source of biologically active protein plasma BSP to deliver extraordinary benefits to your hair — both protecting and rejuvenating at the same time. The protein is extracted from the life giving nutrients of the seminal fluid from pure-bred New Zealand bulls. When used in hair care products, BSP has been shown in scientific tests to protect, revitalise and add bulk to hair when applied before or after harsh treatments.
Would you put semen on your hair to make it all soft and shiny? Yes, this is actually a thing—Santa Monica, Calif. Luckily, you aren't going to get a random guy's sperm on your hair vom —it's actually bull semen.
When it comes to beauty products, sometimes ignorance is bliss. Hair products are no exception to this somewhat creepy phenomenon. Hammer and Ron Robinson, a cosmetic chemist and founder of BeautyStat.
My dear galleons, a few months back we chatted briefly about semen and the benefits of oral sex. We laughed, we learned- a good time was had by all. There are some truly strange ingredients in cosmetics and beauty products i.
Many people use cosmetics on a daily basis. We usually think of cosmetics as a way to groom our looks but some of the substances used in beauty products are downright disgusting. After reading this list of gross stuff that is used frequently in the cosmetic products, try not to cringe the next time you apply one! Do you know what Lanolin is?