There are a few different shampoos and conditioners that are pretty expensive, and many people will refuse to pay more than $20 for a bottle of shampoo. Well, if a bottle of $20 or $40 shampoo isn’t rich enough for your blood, how about a bottle of Kevis Earth Elements Shampoo for $219.95?
Absurdly rich stock photo man isn’t joking, either. There is another crazy-expensive shampoo called Alterna Ten, which is infused with “Caviar age-control complex”. That’s right, the “scientists” over at Alterna Ten thought they were doing some good science when they added fish eggs to shampoo.
Why is it so expensive you ask? Well, not only does it contain caviar, but it also has white truffle oil, champagne, gold, and of course diamonds.
You are probably wondering what really makes the shampoo that expensive. Well, the shampoo contains a complex molecule that was discovered in the human umbilical cord. No, they don’t harvest it from actual umbilical cords you weirdo – they synthesize the molecule in a lab for about $60,000 a kilo. Why is it so expensive you ask? Well, have you ever tried to make a molecule? That stuff is hard.