shampoo

identity-rights

This Is Who Sells Those Crappy Shampoo Packets AOC Found in Migrant Detention

The Bob Barker Company was once accused of profiting off sweatshop labor, among other strange and disturbing episodes in its past.
Mike Pearl
7.2.19
What's Freaking Me Out

These Are the Chemicals That Should Not Be in Your Hair Products

Is 'sulfate-free' a good thing? What's up with parabens? What are the ingredients we should be avoiding completely?
Melissa Pandika
6.11.18
Fandom Week

Shampoo Are So Much More than a 90s One-Hit Wonder

I became obsessed with Carrie Askew and Jacqui Blake overnight in my mid-twenties. Let me explain.
Daisy Jones
9.28.17
Broadly

What Does ‘MEN’ Actually Smell Like?

Hygiene products for women smell like blackberries, vanilla, or lemongrass. Products for men, on the other hand? They smell like "MEN." We asked experts what that means.
Edie Calie
6.13.17
VICE Long Reads

How the Spice Girls Ripped 'Girl Power' from Its Radical Roots

The Spice Girls co-opted Girl Power and told us we could have it all. Was it true? Or a way for them to take our money with branded merchandise? Twenty years later, we spoke to those at the center of it all to find out.
VICE Staff
11.4.16
shampoo

Engineers Invent a Bottle that Empties to the Last Drop

There’s got to be a better way.
Becky Ferreira
6.27.16
Holy Shit

Get Clean with Lil Wayne's New Video for "Selsun Blue"

The skate life chose him.
John Hill
5.6.15
Laos

I Cooked with Soft Poo in Laos

In Laos, locals refer to bile—a common, popular ingredient for cooking (and soap, shampoo, medicine, etc.)—as ki aun, which roughly translates to “soft poo.” It's absolutely delicious, and tastes like chicken.
Cassandra Marketos
5.15.14