A new shower glass cleaning product that claims to clean shower water, but actually uses a water-based soap and detergent instead has raised eyebrows in the professional world.
“Shower glass cleaners are really a new thing, and I’m sure many people will be disappointed with the product,” said Jeffrey Shrum, the chief executive of L’Oréal, the world’s largest beauty company.
“There’s definitely a lot of competition for the top spot, and it’s always hard to find the best.
But we see the new trend of shower glass cleaners as a very important step to meet the needs of women who don’t want to shower all day.”
L’Orèal has sold more than 400 million shower glass bottles since it was founded in 1879, according to its Web site.
Its new product is called the L’Oreal Shower Glass Cleaner and it is available in two sizes: small for a shower and large for a sink.
It has a five-minute rinse time and it can be used on shower tiles and any other surfaces where shower water is being rinsed.
The L’Occitane shampoo-based cleaner is not a soap, but rather a water product, which can be heated or used as a scrubber.
It also has a cleaning power of 10 percent.
L’Occ is a French cosmetics company, which makes beauty products for women who want a more natural and natural-looking look, said Shrum.
Léonard is a London-based beauty brand that makes facial care products for men.
It sells a range of cleaning products including shaving foam and soaps, and is best known for its L’Enfant line of facial brushes, Shrum said.
“The Léonards shave foam cleansers, as well as its cleansing soap, are great products,” he said.
“L’Enfer is also a great product, it is a great brand.”
Lionel’s has sold 2.3 billion shaving and body lotions, and 2.2 billion facial cleansers in the United States, according its Web sites.
Lionels is also the leading brand in the shaving and facial products market in the world, according the company’s Web site, and its shaving foam cleanser has a washing power of 80 percent.
Other popular shower cleaner brands include Nivea, Oly, Almay, and Aperol.