Your favorite (we hope!) dynamic duo is back together for a full and regularly scheduled episode. This week, we asked pharmacist Ian Ginsberg, the president of C.O. Bigelow, to share some of the top questions his customers ask and give us the answers. The discussion veers into very interesting territory (“Do bees have faces?” “Why do you want a kidney-colored lipstick?”) and there’s real talk about confusing topics such as parabens, sulfates, probiotics, and how to pass a drug test. Before the interview, we discuss Olaplex, French Girl "nothingness" and Jess’s experience at the David Mallet salon, and Jenn's sassy AF grandma.
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Color Me Beautiful by Carole Jackson
Guerlain Shalimar Eau de Parfum Grandma Ruby’s fave
hair stylist Barb Thompson
Kerastase Crème Chronologiste Hair Mask
Oribe Signature Moisture Mask
Leonor Greyl Paris Masque Quintessence
Garnier Fructis Nourishing Treat 1 Minute Hair Mask
hair stylist David Mallet
David Mallet Hair Serum DM027
The History of C.O. Bigelow- the infamous soda fountain and more!
Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner
Preparation H Maximum Strength Hemorrhoidal Cream
Ellis Faas Milky Lips Shade L203 Plum- the “kidney colored” lipstick!
C.O. Bigelow Rose Cold Cream- first product made in apothecary; no longer sold
C.O. Bigelow Rose Salve Tin
C.O. Bigelow Lemon Body Cream- oldest product; developed in 1870!
Marvis Classic Mint Toothpaste
Proraso Shaving Cream- Refreshing and Toning Formula
Avene PhysioLift Eyes
C.O. Bigelow Deluxe Gentle Cleanser
Clarins Men Active Face Wash
Acqua di Parma Colonia Eau de Cologne
Le Labo Bergamote 22