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5 Products You Won't Ever Buy Again Knowing How They Are Made!

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5 Products You Won't Ever Buy Again Knowing How They Are Made! Description: We walk into restaurants and buy food that may have a “secret ingredient” that makes the food simply amazing. Although it may be something simple or something utterly disgusting that the chef keeps as their dirty little secrets. The products we buy from the shelves of a grocery store or order online can also contain some things that if we knew how they were made, we would probably not buy them. Ever. With this being said, prepare to be completely amazed by these 5 Products You Won't Ever Buy Again Knowing How They Are Made! Lets begin! 1. Red Bull What is the magic combination in the most popular energy drink that helps adrenaline junkies and soccer moms get that jolt of energy? Despite the urban legends, Red Bull does not contain bull semen or bull urine but there are some ingredients that are questionable. It contains a significant amount of the sweet stuff, namely sucrose and glucose, but have also added some artificial sweeteners which are believed to increase the risk for heart diseases. The energy boost is often accompanied with a crash due to its sugar contents. The caffeine in Red Bull, similar to the amount contained in a cup of coffee, can cause diarrhea and nervousness if consumed in excessive amounts. When you think of drinking those ten cans of Red Bull, don’t. 2. Imprivo Shampoo Marketing takes all shapes and forms, from statements like 100% natural to environmentally safe. While we all know some of them are not exactly true, one Kiwi company is marketing their products as having bull semen. Yes, you heard that right. Bovine seminal plasma, the nerd term for bull semen, tells people that their line of hair products has plenty of the stuff. The technical director of Natural Protein Company, the company that owns Imprivo Shampoo, claims it contains natural properties that restore and strengthen chemically damaged hair. Basically, don’t be scared to get some of that bull semen in your hair because the Natural Protein Company said so. For the “utterly” ridiculous low, low price of $43.50. 3. Squalene Squalene oil is now the darling of face oils, helping moisturize all skin types, repenting irritation and speed up healing of cracked skin. Skin therapists and specialists now recommend it to people with skin problems. But scientists have begun tracing the history of this super product and have discovered that most of the products are actually shark liver oil, which contains about 60-85% of this organic matter. Squalene is also found in human beings but between the ages of 30 and 40, its proportions decrease significantly. It got its name when a Japanese chemist observed that people from Japan only extracted the oil from the livers of the sharks of the Squadilae family. 4. Strawberry Frappuccino The vibrant pink of the Starbucks Strawberry Frappuccinos makes the drink look appetizing and inviting. But there is so much more to this pink color than the eye can see. The taller your Strawberry Frappuccino, the more bugs you are likely to drink up. Before you demand a refund and scream at the helpless attendant, let me give you a little background. Starbucks released a statement revealing they use cochineal extract, which is the ground bodies of dried insects. The ingredient is in fact harmless and has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. It has been used as a coloring agent for centuries. Now you can write that wordy email to Starbucks, my friend. 5. Expensive Perfumes Cosmetics give us a feeling of freshness that gives us confidence to go out and express ourselves. Expensive perfumes are the new way for celebrities to put their name on a bottle and we diligently give away our money. They often don’t realize what they are selling us and we don’t know what we are buying. Ambergris, a popular ingredient in expensive perfumes, is the secretion of produced in a sperm whale’s digestive system. It is used to make scent last longer for years but is currently only legal for use in France and Switzerland. So, think twice about buying your better half that Swiss perfume. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod ~ Constancy Part Two : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP0XexU9Rvk For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest
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