Hello cosmetics blogger Mary Louise Cosmetics was trying to find out what her favourite products were when she was confronted with the results of a recent lab test.
She noticed that her shampoo and conditioner had significantly less “starch” than other products.
“I was like, ‘That’s really weird,'” Ms Campbell said.
Ms Campbell, who is based in the Australian Capital Territory, bought a batch of her favourite shampoo and cream at the chemist’s store in Sydney last year.
After several tests, she was surprised to discover her shampoo was actually more viscous than her favourite product, Toni’s Shampoo and Conditioner, which is a combination of essential oils and fragrance.
It was also less oily and had more “flakiness”.
“I thought I was just a little bit grossed out that my shampoo was different,” Ms Campbell told ABC News.
“And then I saw this weird thing that happened to the rest of my product.”
Ms Campbell then took a closer look at her shampoo.
A lab test on the conditioner revealed the shampoo was the only product tested that was less viscous and less oily than the other products tested.
The problem was the conditioners shampoo and other products were made of the same ingredient and also had the same viscosity and “flaking” characteristics.
What can you do?
Ms Maclaren said she contacted the manufacturer and they told her the problem was caused by a “different process” in the process of making the conditionering formula.
In a statement to ABC News, the cosmetics company said: “There is no evidence that the process involved in the production of our conditioners has altered the viscosities of the products.”
We are aware of the issue and are working with our supplier to address it.
“I feel really sick to my stomach and I just can’t imagine what else they’re doing to make a product that is more expensive.” “
This is a really, really big issue,” she said.
“I feel really sick to my stomach and I just can’t imagine what else they’re doing to make a product that is more expensive.”
“We’re the only ones who have to deal with it.
Ms MacDonald said the manufacturer had contacted her to inform her of the solution. “
We don’t get a penny out of it.”
Ms MacDonald said the manufacturer had contacted her to inform her of the solution.
Another woman, who asked to remain anonymous, said she also found the shampoo and toner formula to be “gross”.
“They’re making a lot of fuss about this, but the truth is it’s really not worth the hassle,” she told ABC Radio Canberra.
“When you’re buying your shampoo and then you get to go and pick it up and you see how expensive it is, I just think, ‘What the hell?'”
The problem is compounded by other products being sold online, such as cosmetics brushes and beauty products from other brands.
Online retailers also use different “scrubbers” for their products, which may also be different than the product in the bottle.
However, it’s not just cosmetics that are at risk.
According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), consumer brands are under increasing pressure from other manufacturers to raise prices.
But with most products costing more, the manufacturers say the only way to control costs is to raise the price.
And some companies are even asking for a price cut in return for lowering the cost of their products.