Top 5 ingredients on the front label
How I tire of seeing oils, butters, and plants extracts all over the front of the packaging only to find it is barely within the top half of the ingredients list. I’m a label reader so I do not like being duped. I understand that the highlighting certain ingredients is a marketing ploy and it probably fools a good 60%-75% of consumers but the rest of us are neither amused nor eager to turn the packaging around and squint at the ingredients. I might be rocking (stylish) glasses but having to read the fine print kills me! Help a Sista out and don’t use ingredients as buzzwords if they are not within the first five ingredients.
Visible shelf life labelI would love to have a more visible shelf life on my products, as I am simply guessing most of the time or the ink rubs off. There is no need to print it on conditioners for obvious reasons, but labeling highly visible stamp reads, “keep until date” or “discard this many days after opening” on oils and butters would be helpful.
Clear instructionsYes, I know I am not the only who wants this. Many products do not have instructions. I know there is limited space on your packaging but please assume I have no clue and tell me how to use it or at the very least have a QR code that I can scan with my phone to get additional information on how to use it. Oh, while I got the wheels turning why not also have the shelf life and the top five ingredients in big print on the site as well? Just another suggestion.
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Take care Naturals,