In this review on Wowo Ginger Shampoo, we will share several old news on Wowo ginger shampoo such as complaints, side effects, MLM problems and also possible fake Wowo Ginger shampoo in the market,
Wowo ginger shampoo bad review
These are mostly old news we found and collate. The product definitely seems more legit now that it have survived all the bad reviews and news.
A review at https://dayre.me/jiams/hc17dNgzhY said that hair fall is still the same with 1 month of use, even though it feels cooler and claims that 1 week is sufficient to see results.
Origin of Wowo Ginger Shampoo
We start with where Wowo ginger shampoo is made in. It is officially made in China, Guangzhou specifically based on the Wowo website. Wowo is internationally distributed in more than 30 countries like Japan, Canada, UK, Dubai, Australia, Hongkong, and Singapore. (We also noted the various amateur typos in the website for the listed countries so it was probably created by non-English speaking person).
Wowo claimed it owned its factory and R&D team, unlike other companies that just rebrand from other's factory.
Wowo Ginger Shampoo side effects
From a reseller, WoWo Pure Ginger shampoo also contains ALS (ammonium lauryl sulfate) instead of SLS (sodium laureth sulfate). There was also a comparison between SLS and ALS which states ALS is around 4/10 as an irritant, with SLS being 10/10. It is hard to benchmark since most products don't use SLS.
Fake Wowo Ginger Shampoo
One of the common things when trying to buy Wowo ginger shampoo is that everyone is
- claiming theirs is authentic
- asking you to be wary of fake sellers
It is definitely interesting how much fake Wowo Ginger there are, compared to news of fake shampoo from other highly reputable brands. It is definitely hard to tell which are real given QR code can be fake easily.
Wowo Ginger Shampoo MLM / complaints
For those who didn't know, Wowo Ginger uses something similar to Multi-Level Marketing (MLM). Xiaxue posted a series of Instagram Stories which expressed her disapproval of the WoWo marketing strategy, which she says a tweaked version of MLM scheme, typically illegal in Singapore.
She received backlash from WoWo distributors and users alike but also received encouragement and back-up from her followers and other influencers like Sophie Willocq, who also posted a story about her stance on the saga.