FUN WITH POLYSORBATE 80 Okay, you made blooming bath oil, body and room sprays, and added Polysorbate 80 to liquid soap to dissolve and stabilize fragrance, BUT... did you know it can: >Remove grease stains from tee shirts? >Cure baldness? >Be used as a shampoo? >Create the best facial cleanser ever? FOR GREASE STAINS: Saturate with PS-80. Rub. Toss in the washer. FOR BALDNESS: Lord only knows whether this actually works or not, I have not tried it, but several places on the web mention this. The thinking is that excessive sebum build-up (seborrhea dermatitis) chokes off the hair folicle which then causes hair follicles to stop producing new hair thus resulting in premature baldness. To dissolve sebum build-up: Just rub gently into the scalp at least 3 times weekly, leave on for 10 minutes, then add water, lather up and rinse thoroughly. Since hair follicles will lay dormant for up to 8 years, it may take a few months to see results! AS A CLARIFIER: Use before shampooing following directions above to remove product build-up and excess sebum. Then shampoo as normal. AS SHAMPOO: Use “as is” between shampoos to spare your hair and scalp from the harsh effects of daily shampooing. You will be amazed at how soft and shiny it leaves your hair. NB: Use DRY hands on DRY hair. (Wetting your hands or hair first will cause the PS-80 to move like gooey cement!) ETA: Adding this MMS recipe for Wool Wash while the edit button is still working.