If you were to visit the pharmacy and purchase what appeared to be two identical products of the same volume, for the same purpose and with the same active ingredients, would you expect the pink one to cost more?
That’s the reality for a lot of women, who say there’s a “pink tax” on the products they buy for personal grooming. And many are fighting it by switching the aisles they shop in.
“I buy men’s razors,” said Kimi from Ontario on Facebook. “I find that they are cheaper, and they last longer.”
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