I bought some face cream at the weekend - I always get sucked in by the blurb - you know the stuff:
- Reduce Wrinkles
- Brighten Skin
- Even out Tones
- Blah, blah, blah
- etc, etc, etc
Looks good, right? It happens to be my usual size - 50ml (any bigger and I get fed up with the smell, consistency etc.)
But look at it alongside the box:
Hmm, perspective is a little off, but the jar is HALF THE SIZE of the box. Seriously - is this 'settling', just like with Corn Flakes that 'settle in transit'? Or maybe the jar has evaporated a little? I was really disappointed in this - not because of the size of the jar, as I mentioned above, I usually by my face cream in this size, but the fact Garnier appear to think that I need to be duped into buying a large, half-empty box in order to use their product.
Shame on you Garnier - just use properly sized boxes so that this customer does not feel conned.
Oh, and the face cream? It is actually rather good . . . .