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Version of U.K.’s Mint Source Shampoo?
You wrote in response to Vix
last month: “I’m not sure
your Original Mint Source shampoo and conditioner is available in the
U.S., but hope any reader who can confirm it is (or isn’t) will let us
you seen Neutrogena T/Gel's new variation that has "soothing, cooling
Methanol in an anti-itch formula"?
I no longer have the box for the plastic 4.4-fl.oz bottle, so
that's all the quoting I can do. The
experience is cooling, and the rest of the formula is the same. -Sherry S.
Response: Thanks, Sherry.
Come to think of it, I had seen an ad for T/Gel’s new
formulation, but have not tried it. While “methanol” and “mint” may not be the same, the
effect sounds similar — a “cool and soothing” experience. -Ed