What proportion do personal hygiene products comprise of women's monthly expenditure? What are the typical personal hygiene products women buy?
Sorry I didn't get you.
When women shop for their family, it is always health and happiness that comes to their mind first.
When I was younger I noticed I sometimes bought certain facial products when I was out shopping with friends. However, I learned these concoctions were actually making me break out, so I started just washing my face with warm water and this cleared up my acne. Also, putting sun block on my face and a little bit of exposure to sunlight improved my complexion considerably. However, I can admit I probably have more than hundred dollars worth of beauty products that were causing my acne and which I just store in a box. My skin is very temperamental though, so for the majority of people these products probably do wonders. Proactive was one of the few I remember as being over priced and actually making me break out worse.
Thanks all for replying. I had asked this question to get some background for a personal hygiene client I was serving. The project is over, and I do not really need more answers now. I was pretty late in discovering Hubpages. Ideally, I should have put this question here two months back. Bad luck for me. WIll surely put more questions related to the work I do.
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