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Monday, April 7, 2014

Expired KeraCare Hydrating Detangling Shampoo

 I believe that I bought this gallon size Classic Keracare Hydrating Detangling shampoo within the last two years, but it has expired on me.  It is runny and looks like egg yolks.  It does NOT smell bad which is awkward because people could be using expired product and not know it unless they look inside the container.

 The classic formula is the original formula of the KeraCare Hydrating Detangling shampoo.  They have a sulfate-free version as well.
I tried to take a picture of the inside of the gallon size shampoo, but I could not get the lighting right so I cut the jug open so that you can clearly see what this particular shampoo looks like when it is expired.  The runny consistency is also a sign of expired product.  Fresh shampoo should be smooth and has a uniform consistency.

I had to toss this shampoo.  I will not buy a gallon size again.  I still use a lot of Paul Mitchell and Pureology in my salon.  Apparently, I am not using enough of the KeraCare line to finish the product before it expires.  I could not find a legible batch code on the jug either.

So look for expiration dates and be aware of the consistency of the product for freshness.

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