The irritating part? The Nomenclature I have for some of the ingredients are not on the FDA list.
Well they *ARE* But it's a HIDE AND SEEK Game -- You know the government, they like to spell things different, add words like HYDROGENATED, UNHYDROGENATED (When neither is necessary. That's WET OR DRY FOLKS WHO CARES!) Hyphenate words, split up copolymers into two separate entries, etc.. they do this to things randomly so it's a pain in the ass to track down my ingredients on their list, get the 9 digit FDA code to put on the form.
Because you know I am NOT a scientist and I don't readily know an alternative nomenclature to all these things nor magically pull them out of my ASS!
Because seriously it took me long enough to find that the LATIN name for
SHEA BUTTER = BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (Yeah I totally would have known THAT! Sounds just like SHEA BUTTER!)
That's one of many WTFery names I have to put on a label for innocuous stuff. Castor Seed Oil is "RICINUS COMMUNIS SEED OIL" for example. Yeah that totally sounds like CASTOR OIL I could have found that easily! NOT!
I mean come on, MOST PEOPLE would not know that. What a pain in the ASS just call it fucking SHEA BUTTER or CASTOR SEED OIL, who speaks LATIN other than scientists or Ancient History Students these days?
I think it's counterproductive actually for the retail public and subsequently retailers and manufacturers like myself. Reading labels like that makes one thinks OMG CHEMICALS!!!! When there's not a single chemical in there only butters and oils that sound frankly SCARY once applied with a LATIN nomenclature.