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Tuna vs Peanut Butter?

Has everyone ever heard of this before?  Tuna and peanut butter being good for the hair?  I received this email today:

"putting tunafish on your hair and a plastic baggie sit under the hairdryer for 10 minutes,suppose to put shine and oils into your hair.making it shining"

Last month someone emailed me a similar message but saying that peanut butter was the way to go.  Has anyone tried either one?  Would there be interest in making such a video?

Also, since I'm asking lots of questions, if a perm solution for perm machines was available, would there be interest in buying it?  I'll tell you one thing, every time my hair gets wet, I smell that rotten egg smell.  So maybe not...?

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johan55438
Oct. 10th, 2007 02:55 am (UTC)
I was doing some looking around and I think I found the source of that slightly misleading fact.

http://www.hairboutique.com/tips/tip122.htm

It seems that eating tuna is good for hair, especially tuna in water, as it has a large amount of omega-3 fatty acids which can restore shine to hair. I haven't found any articles that say that omega-3s can be applied to hair by putting tuna on your head. Since the omega-3s are actually in the tuna, I can't see how that would work. Possibly from the oil from the "tuna in oil" package? Some how I would think eating tuna would be a better way to go.
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