If there's no aloe vera in them, then what the hell is in these things??? Everybody panic!
According to new reports, many products sold at Walmart, Target, and CVS that are advertised as having aloe vera in them actually don't have aloe vera at all. Sacrilege!!!
A Bloomberg News investigation recently looked into these claims and found:
"Samples of store-brand aloe gel purchased at national retailers Wal-Mart, Target and CVS showed no indication of the plant in various lab tests. The products all listed aloe barbadensis leaf juice — another name for aloe vera — as either the No. 1 ingredient or No. 2 after water."
Moreover, some of the products were found to contain malodextrin, a type of sugar that is basically faux aloe:
Tracy Morgan is willing to let bygones be bygones!
The 30 Rock star isn't holding any grudges against the Walmart truck driver who slammed into his vehicle in 2014 and left him hospitalized… but the same can't be said about his new white neighbors.
On Thursday's Conan, the comedian explained that his car rides have become a lot more leisurely since the devastating accident, admitting he drives his Lamborghini a mere "30 miles an hour, so everybody in the neighborhood can see."
Related: Tracy Says Masturbating Helped His Hospital Recovery!
We don't blame you, Tracy!
The actor also dished on the love he got from his family while recovering in the hospital — except from his Grandma, who was more concerned with the 47-year-old finally getting his GED! Ha!
Ch-ch-check out the funny, poignant clip (below)!
Kylie Jenner's world domination continues to be more and more evident!
As we previously reported, the 18-year-old collaborated with Sinful Colors for her own King Kylie SinfulShine collection.
All 20 colors launched earlier this month, exclusively at Walmart, and at $2.98 each (available in stores and online HERE), they're kind of a steal… not too unlike her Lip Kits!
Related: Check Out Perfect Dupes Of Kylie's Lip Kits!
Though if you're not entirely sold on giving Kylizzle more of your money, we went ahead and swatched each and every shade with live applications from the limited edition collection.
We did it all for you, Perezcious readers!
Catch all the shimmery action go down by pressing PLAY on the video (below)!
So much for that plan.
Kevin Roper, the Walmart truck driver who hit Tracy Morgan's limo last year, wanted to get his criminal charges thrown out — but it looks like that didn't work exactly out.
On Wednesday, a New Jersey grand jury indicted Kevin for his involvement in the accident that killed comedian James McNair and injured the 30 Rock alum.
The grand jury formally charged the driver with first-degree aggravated manslaughter, second-degree vehicular homicide, and third-degree aggravated assault.
Related: Tracy Saw God After His Accident
The trucker wanted the charges dismissed because his lawyer, David Glassman, said the actor's settlement with the department store drew a lot of attention toward the case.
The attorney claimed this would prevent Roper's trial from being a fair and impartial one.
The truck driver involved in Tracy Morgan's horrific June 2014 car crash is hoping for a miracle.
According to legal reps, the truck driver AKA Kevin Roper wants criminal charges thrown out against him despite the severity of the case. For those who don't know, the crash killed Tracy's close friend and fellow comedian, James McNair.
Video: Tracy Finally Returns To SNL!
Here's the tricky part: Morgan recently won a MASSIVE amount of money from a lawsuit against Walmart, the company Roper was driving for at the time of the incident. Given that Walmart essentially admitted wrongdoing by giving T.M. the cash, we have a feeling Kevin's request will be denied.
Despite the evidence against him, Roper believes the case should be dropped due to the public nature. Now that the legal matter is all over the news, the former truck driver thinks he won't be able to get a fair trial.
Unsurprisingly enough, this isn't the first time Kevin tried to get the charges dropped.
We'll be sure to keep you updated on the case when he makes his appeal this Tuesday.
[Image via New Jersey State Police/WENN.]