The idea for this bottle first came to mind after years of struggling and squinting in the shower. How am I supposed to read these labels to tell which is which; I don't have my glasses!
The patented design derived after years of constructing a solution to identifying bottles faster and easier. The team of hair product specialists created a one-of-a-kind bottle that helps squeezers to stop squinting.
How easy would it be to identify a bottle with a large raised letter? No more skimming to find the word 'Shampoo' or 'Conditioner'. Just look for the raised letter 'S' or 'C'!
Although targeted to the vision-deteriorating groups, this fun design is meant to be apart of every household. Nowhere else is there a shampoo bottle that pops like this!
On the inside, our specialists made sure that your hair will thank us. There are different ingredients already formulated for all types of hair. No one should miss out on the center piece of your shower!
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