‘Shampoo and conditioners’ to become more popular
Shampoo and Conditioner, the name of a popular product from the past decade, will soon be available in more stores and online.
The brand has had a slow but steady rise to prominence as consumers have sought out more natural and alternative ingredients.
“I’m very excited about this,” Shampoo &Amps president and CEO, Andrew Sankoff, said in a video.
“I think that in a few years we’re going to see shampoo and other natural and organic products become more common on our shelves.”
The new shampoo and makeup brand will have a price tag of $4.99 per bottle and be available at most major retailers, including Macy’s, Target, Kohl’s, Sears and Costco.
The product was originally launched in 2009 by the makers of L’Oreal cosmetics, which at the time was the most profitable cosmetics brand in the world.
This week, Shampoo’s popularity has exploded, with more than 1 million Shampoo users signing up to sign up for a free trial of the shampoo, according to data from BrandMetrics, an online research company.
Shampoo has also been growing its brand.
Last month, the company announced a partnership with Nike, which will allow customers to try new Shampoo products on the Nike Run app.
The partnership also includes a partnership for Nike to sell apparel that includes Shampoo, according the company.