I think if you return this kind of product they toss the product. I returned Sun Screen or some such product and the clerk told a newer employee that there were certain products which they did not put back on the shelf. I am not surprised they are looking at surveliance footage, I would think there is a strong possibility that someone doctored the conditioner right in the store.
Nair has a pretty distinctive odor doesn't it. I am pretty much allergic to it - burns my skin and my hair is pretty resistant to it, so wouldn't you put the conditioner in your hair and rinse it out right away - not leaving it on long enough for it to really dissolve your hair? Anyone here use the stuff? I just tossed some my son had bought when he was in HS wresting. I figured DD and I would never use it.
I am thinking the woman having shampooed her hair and her hair is now wet, that the water would have diluted the affect of the hair removal product. Plus, how much of the product did she use? like half the bottle of conditioner? If someone did tamper with the bottle, did that pour some of the conditioner out and top it off with the Nair? Or did they pour some conditioner out, pour some Nair in the bottle, and then shake to mix it. Would that not dilute some of the affects of Nair?
And why just that one big bald spot. Why not other big bald spots on the top of her head.
I smell something fishy here and it isn't the odor of Nair.