Since there's not a 'Crivins!' category, I figured I'd put this in stupid questions, even though it's more rhetorical.
I bought some Dry Shampoo at Wal-Mart this weekend. Based on the end cap, I may have randomly decided to look for dry shampoo on the first time it was available. Put it in my bathroom until I need it. Brushing my teeth the other night, I'm gazing into space and wind up staring at the can, well at the word 'Propane' in the ingredients list. There are all sorts of things I can't pronounce that I would not be shocked to find in an aerosol type can. Propane is not something I expect on the ingredients list of a hair care product.
1) Any one know why propane is an ingredient in this product - is it an aerosoling agent, or some such?
2) Again, Crivins!