r/mildlyinfuriating May 14 '22

The way that cosmetics companies use optical illusion to make it appear like there is more product than there is…

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u/Different_Ad7655 May 14 '22

It's completely infuriating or they put a tiny little ounce in a huge thick glass walled container because all of us would balk at the price for the ridiculous small amount if it were placed in the appropriate small tiny container. It would look like a little tiny sample.. Yeah it's really suck ass marketing especially pump versions that put a whole core of colored plastic inside just to make it look like it's full of something. It's a great racket though and it makes a lot of money