Are you unwittingly buying fake hair & beauty products? This can be dangerous as potentially toxic ingredients, such as cyanide, arsenic, lead, and mercury, are commonly used in fake products to reduce costs. While animal urine is a very popular substitute for expensive fragrance stabilisers.
The products may well be made in unsanitary conditions or even worse, child labour may be involved. Protect yourself and your family with these practical tips:
🔹 If the price seems too good to be true, then it probably is.
🔹 Look out for poor quality boxes and labelling, including spelling mistakes, poor grammar, colour and shape.
🔹 Always buy from a reputable stockist (like us) you can trust.
As haircare professionals we can spot the counterfeits flooding the market so you need some advice do please ask us and we’ll check it out for you.
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