As part of my continuing experiments into including natural materials in shampoo (coffee, licorice, coconut milk, beer) I liked the beer one so much that I want to design a product. However, I have been experiencing some difficulty, primarily with the fragrance.
Unlike the coffee shampoo, I found that even making the shampoo entirely out of beer (rather expensive!) resulted in an OK-ish aroma at first, but the aroma didn't persist very well until the end of the bottle. And I can't find beer fragrance here in Mexico, bringing it in from the USA is x5 the price. Not viable.
I have an idea for a novel product that might solve the problem. Rather like the process of dry-hopping beer, suppose I add an actual hops pellet to each shampoo? Marketing it of course, as "contains genuine beer and hops", "not genuine without the hops pellet", you get the idea.
Anyone see any downside?
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