The woman says that the conditioner she has purchased has been tampered with with hair removal cream
Young woman is forced to shave her head after leaving huge BALD patches when she used a conditioner mixed with depilatory cream before she bought it at Walmart
- Taffy Jo Timm, 44, shared on Facebook about the experience of her daughter Ashley after buying conditioner at a Walmart in New Richmond, Wisconsin
- The family believes that the product has been spilled with a removal cream
- Ashley & # 39; s hair fell out in groups after she had used the conditioner
- Since then she has shaved her head because the product has left her hair too brittle
- The warning post begged online shoppers to check if a product was tampered with before they bought it
A woman has claimed that her daughter's conditioner she bought in the store has been manipulated by removing cream – and it has made the girl bald after severely damaging her hair.
Taffy Jo Timm, 44, shared a warning post on Facebook on a Pantene Pro-V Pure Volume shampoo and conditioner that her daughter had bought from a Walmart in New Richmond, Wisconsin on Sunday.
& # 39; Please note: new Richmond Walmart shoppers are aware of the shampoo and conditioner you buy there, as my daughter Ashley Rose bought about 2 days ago and someone mixed Nair in her bottle with conditioner, & # 39; wrote the troubled mother.
Distressed: Taffy Jo Timm shared on Facebook about the experience of her daughter Ashley (photo) after buying a conditioner at a Walmart in New Richmond, Wisconsin
Disastrous: the family believes that the product has been spilled with a removal cream. Ashley & # 39; s hair fell out in groups after she had used the conditioner
Big change: Ashley & # 39; s uncle shaved her head on Monday after it was revealed, her hair was too damaged by the tampered conditioner
She then explained how the spilled product causes bits of hair from her daughter to fall out after she had washed it the first time.
& # 39; As I speak, she loses her and cries, & # 39; the post went on.
The mother then told the followers how they will notice if the product has been tampered with based on the color of the shampoo and conditioner.
& # 39; This conditioner is supposed to be white (and) is an ugly pink color, & # 39; she wrote.
The family reportedly informed the police about the tampered product in the Walmart near their home.
& # 39; The police are going to look at camera images with the detectives, & # 39; the warning post ended.
It was shared on Facebook more than 70,000 times with people who responded to the tampered product.
This inspired the family to become one GoFundMe page for Ashley to repair the damage to her scalp after using the conditioner.
Eng: it is thought that the conditioner that was purchased at Walmart has been tampered with with a hair removal cream like Nair. Ashley has since shaved her head
Spreading the News: Ashley & # 39; s mom shared her story online to beg shoppers to stay vigilant when buying in-store products
After her hair began to follow, Ashley visited the hospital for them to check for the irritated and red bald spots on her head. She also visited a hair salon to inquire about buying extensions to cover the stains.
Damaged product: the product that Ashley purchased was Pantene Pro-V Pure Volume Conditioner
But the salon informed her that her hair and scalp were too damaged to work with extensions.
& # 39; Ashley & # 39; s hair is still falling off and her scalp is still irritated, & # 39; explained the GoFundMe post.
& # 39; She has come to the heartbreaking realization that her only option right now is to shave her head. Hair is such a part of our personal identity and losing everything without expectation or choice is an incredibly traumatic experience. & # 39;
Ashley & # 39; s uncle later shaved her head after news from the hair salon that her locks could not be saved.
The money raised on the GoFundMe page would go to buying wigs for Ashley and covering any medical costs associated with using the tampered conditioner.
The family also begged others to use the mail as a warning when buying products. They hoped the story would inspire shoppers to be more vigilant.
& # 39; Check your bottles wherever you get them, nothing can be trusted anymore & # 39 ;, Ashley wrote online.
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