The Old Spice shampoo and conditioner is one of the more popular old-school products, but what about the Old Spice Shampoo & Conditioner?
The shampoo has become so popular because it contains a number of ingredients that have been around for centuries.
Its ingredients include baking soda, potassium sorbate, hydrogenated oils, citric acid, and sodium lauryl sulfate.
In its first incarnation, the Old Skiff shampoo was marketed as a “baking soda cleanser” that was “baked to a light, crisp texture,” but today, its “fresh, creamy flavor is unlike any other.”
As of 2017, Old Skiffs were also marketed as “a lightweight, easy-to-use conditioner,” but it has since been removed from the shelves of grocery stores.
Old Spice shampoo, the shampoo that has become popular with millennials.
(Getty Images) In addition to baking soda and sodium laurel sulfates, the product contains glycerin, citronella, fragrance, sodium benzoate, fragrance oil, propylene glycol, propylparaben, and hydrogenated polyisobutene.
This ingredient list was originally posted in The Hill on October 16, 2017.