Who invented the shampoo headrest?

Answer The shampoo headrest, a device that supports the weight of a person's head and eases pressure on the neck when washing hair, was invented on October 11, 1898, by C.O. Bailiff. The shampoo headrest ... Read More »

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Who invented Suave shampoo?

According to investment information website Funding Universe, Suave shampoo was developed by the National Mineral Company in 1937. Co-founder of the company Gerald Gidwitz developed the first Suave... Read More »

Who invented breck shampoo?

John Breck was the inventor of Breck shampoo, introducing the first pH-balanced shampoo to the public in 1930. Breck was already a big name in the shampoo world, because of his part in developing ... Read More »

Who invented Head& Shoulders shampoo?

In 1950 Head & Shoulders was invented by Proctor and Gamble scientists using zinc for the treatment of dandruff and scalp problems. In the early 1960s, Head & Shoulders was introduced as a blue-gre... Read More »

How Long Have Shampoo Companies Been Putting Sodium Lauryl Sulfate in Shampoo?

Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and sodium laureth sulfate (SLES) are additives found in most shampoos. It is a chemical which causes foaming, also known as surfactants. SLS and SLES are also found in ... Read More »