Circumstantial evidence? What do you know about circumstantial evidence? I have personally called nearly every maker of shoe products that I use to ascertain ingredients, and looked hard for the ingredient list of every product that has crossed my work bench, and I have paid attention to the comments of others who have complained on here SF about smells and reactions, etc.. Nothing circumstantial about it esp. in the face of my attempts to obtain more info and doubly esp. since I have personally applied many of these products with my own two hands and seen the results both short term and long term.
But all that flies in the face of the fact that I didn't accuse anyone specifically...I simply suggested ...in another post to another fellow which you obviously didn't digest every well...that redacting ingredients, like any redaction of information, is a good sign, or at least one sign, that deception is the intent.
I, personally, don't think that such a statement falls into the category of accusation nearly as well as your remarks implying that I would misstate what my daughter would do with regard to revealing what goes into the dishes she creates.
In other words...to put it bluntly...I think you redact information and make accusations too readily to be calling the kettle black.
As far as "unfair" is concerned...poor babies...what's fair about redacting vital information that consumers can use? What's fair about deliberately misstating or misleading the public? What's fair about lying?
And what's unfair about pointing out such practices?
I think your perspective about fairness...or even about what constitutes authority and/or relevant experience is badly skewed.
Yes, I did understand. I addressed your speculation. You are entitled to your opinion as I am mine. I just disagree with yours and how you arrive at it.
Can you tell us Lexols Conditioner formula. Know one seems to be able to get it. I'm curious though.....
edited for punctuation and clarity