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Old 03-20-2013, 01:02 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by 5kgLifter View Post
Hahaha, yep, L-Cysteine, as Linden points out; the largest amount is derived from duck feathers and human hair (China) being the cheapest source. When they run low on both of these source products they utilise a synthetic version but that is far more expensive and they don't use it for any longer than the human hair and duck feathers need to become available once again. It's placed/dissolved in acid; but, it's still there because it's a component of the mix of which neither is filtered out.


I checked into this


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As someone question, on another internet link, how do we know it's clean hair, or not from dead people etc?



Haha, Screw supermarket bread, I'm making my own from now on.
Thats a good point. How do they obtain the hair.
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