#241 – Soaking

Does anything really happen if you try and absorb caffeine through your skin? I know I’ve seen plenty of caffeinated novelty products like soap but I’ve never tried them. Maybe I’ll get some caffeinated contact lenses that will allow me to see in the dark.

Today’s Biff likes his chair.

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10 thoughts on “#241 – Soaking”

  1. Falos says:

    Perhaps one day “coffee roast” will sit by “apple cinnamon”, or maybe it already does some places.

  2. Nebulous says:

    I would have been tipped off by the color.
    It’s really bad when you notice that the ingredients for the Herbal Bath Salts are the same as the ones in Poultry Spice Rub.

    1. Laird Cummings says:

      Bad case of “to serve man’ there, what?

  3. Cyndaquazy says:

    To me, caffeine should only be ingested via mouth. If it’s not coffee, then it should not have caffeine.

    1. extremist343 says:

      Chocolate and colas also contain caffeine. Coffee is not the only edible source.

  4. Domestigoth says:

    Coffee soap isn’t about absorbing caffeine into your skin: it’s used by cooks to get rid of the odour of garlic and onions on their hands. Coffee’s really good at negating those smells.

  5. sheherazahde says:

    Don’t know if it works but you can buy it

    Anticellulite Bath Salt with caffeine & cinnamon
    http://www.alibaba.com/product-free/110917031/Anticellulite_Bath_Salt_with_caffeine_cinnamon.html

  6. ladyamethyst83 says:

    I have facewash that says it has caffeine in it. it does seem to work for me 😀

  7. Xindaris says:

    This comic becomes several more levels of interesting when you recall the several news stories of people getting really dangerously insane highs on bath salts lately.

  8. kingklash says:

    I’d never use coffee soap. I don’t want my skin to be up all night.

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