Sure, Greek yogurt is pretty damn good, but lately it’s gained so much in popularity that manufacturers are putting it in all kinds of products that don’t actually benefit from the extra straining. If you put as much sugar in it as you typically find in the more mainstream brands, it doesn’t matter.

But at least those are still food.

I mean, come on. It’s soap. Even if you think it’s worth smearing yogurt all over your skin, your skin doesn’t care if it’s greek or not. :rollseyes:

3 thoughts on “Another Craze Has Gone Too Far

  1. And on that note, Researchers find link between natural lotions, new food allergies.

    A new case study highlights one woman who experienced severe, first-time anaphylaxis from eating goat cheese – after several weeks of applying a moisturizer containing goat’s milk to eczematous skin. The article was published June 13 by The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice.

    Great, more fun stuff to worry about.

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