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How Much Work Goes Into Making Your Bottle of Shampoo?

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If Nightline went behind-the-scenes to check out the research and development labs at Procter and Gamble to, say, investigate how they came up with the reformulation of standby haircare favorite Pantene, this (above) is what they would come up with.
· A Lot of Work Went Into Making Your Shampoo [BellaSugar]