I know it sounds crazy. Don't you need shampoo?
No. The truth is that your scalp produces natural oils — and they're more than enough to keep you looking your best.
Here's my hair while I was still using shampoo:
And here's me without shampoo, six months later:
I've also cut out eating most meals.
Here's what I was eating six months ago:
And here's an average meal today:
Long story short, my GF Amber and I hit a rough patch — literally. We were driving, someone swerved the car into a cactus patch, and we had a pretty bad fight that led us to break up. (It was me, I swerved the car.) Anyway, I've changed a LOT in the last six months.
No shampoo, a brand-new diet, and now I only shave when I get the energy to care about how I look. Which is not often.
But it's not just about what I've cut out. I've started doing a lot of new things too. For instance, I started getting into car crashes on purpose just to feel something.
The car six months ago:
The car now:
And I've started a very intense Jim regimen.
Jim is the guy Amber is dating now and I'm very intensely following him around. I don't have a photo of Jim from six months ago because who was Jim then? Just one of Amber's co-workers, or so I thought.
But now I have lots of photos of Jim.
It's cool, following Jim around is getting me out of the house, which I don't really leave otherwise.
The house six months ago when I was happy:
And my bedroom now:
So can you cut out shampoo? Yes.
And you can cut out food, you can cut out personal safety, you can cut out all emotions but hunger and sleep, and most people don't even consider those to be emotions, and not only will I look my best, but I WILL FEEL BETTER THAN EVER BECAUSE I WILL FEEL NOTHING. DO YOU YOU HEAR ME, AMBER? DO YOU HEAR ME?
I look great and now I don't need shampoo.
I don't need anything.