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Right, I agree. Those of us with allergies or sensitivities or who don't want certain types of chemicals on or in our bodes DO appreciate the breakdown on what the ingredients mean. You don't need to describe what water is made from, but you
Right, I agree. Those of us with allergies or sensitivities or who don't want certain types of chemicals on or in our bodes DO appreciate the breakdown on what the ingredients mean. You don't need to describe what water is made from, but you may need to describe what Phenoxyethanol or Cyamopsis is, and why it is in the product.
Personally, I really appreciate when people go the extra mile and do their home work about products, rather than just say, "I like this toy 4 evah. It make me cum n cum 2."
I think that there is a HUGE chasm between the chemical breakdown of every ingredient in a bubble bath (and reviews that spend more time on ingredients and measurements than describing the actual product) and "I like this toy 4 evah".
It's also my opinion that if a person wants to know what chemicals are and what they do, they can use google -- just like they would do if they were buying that lube or bubble bath at a brick and mortar store.
This is a review, not a freaking thesis.
Want to explain all the chemicals? Use the handy, dandy "add a resource" button we have and link to a helpful, scientific web page. Just please, spare me the 5 thousand word reviews that tell me nothing about how the product actually works and feels and what your opinion of it is.
I don't mean to come across as sharp or evil, though I probably am.
I've been around a long time and it chafes my ass that people are so holier than thou about the "requirements" of a freaking review
when none of those "requirements" are in the actual requirements put forth by the company... at ALL.
Is it cool to explain when a product has an iffy ingredient or two? Or when something is new or not often heard of? Of course! But the extremes we're seeing lately are often just that... extreme.