Feria L'Oreal Short Changes With Smaller Bottles by 1/3

Hair Color - Complaint
Review by nani_ola on 2012-10-18
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WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY -- This product has previously been my hair color of choice for over five years, and I have been coloring my hair for nearly thirty years. Today (October 17, 2012) I opened the box and found the tiniest bottle of the color I have ever seen. Unless the strength per ounce, this is 1/3 less than the previous bottle I bought two months ago. The box is stamped 1214HA and is the color 91. The other color I use and bought the same day is 100.... again shorted by 1/3... and by the way the price is $3.00 more than two months ago.

So LESS PRODUCT AND HIGHER PRICE. Can you guess who is getting the profit, not the workers, and the buyers are not catching a break. THE CEO'S OF COURSE. AND GETTING RICHER AND RICHER. How much to you think they make.... at least a million each. As well as the President and so forth.

This is just what the spread of separation of middle class, you and me, and the wealthy. GREED. Did your salary go up by 1/3?
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-10-18
Posted by onlooker on 2012-10-18:
Before you get all mad and lose a good coloring option....have you contacted the company - they provide contact info for questions and problems.
Is your coloring coming out ok?
The product may have been concentrated, the recipe changed etc. If you feel cheated by Feria / L'Oreal, stop buying it and go grey. Let the company close. The workers will lose more, the CEO's might lose some and the stock holders will eventually get less.
Please do check with the consumer line first, see if you are getting the color you want, and then make a decision ok?? Just getting angry is not useful.

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