Bird Girl Posted January 7, 2011 Share Posted January 7, 2011 We have a Japanese dollar-type store near us, and I have bought some things there. I try to buy things that are made in Japan, rather than those made in China. One thing that I've gotten there that's made a huge dent in our shampoo/conditioner usage is a large pump bottle shaped like a little seal. The kids' stuff goes in it and they get ONE PUMP for each bath. Nothing saves on shampoo quite like limiting the amount that goes down the drain! In general, I find it's cheaper to avoid buying the kind of stuff they tend to sell in dollar stores than it is to buy the stuff there. When I want to have some retail therapy, I go to the thrift store--lower prices, higher quality, and the re-use factor is "green," right?!? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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