It was just a few days ago that Sally Beauty, a beauty product line which launched last year, was the subject of a scandal over its high prices and poor quality.
Now the products are being scrapped, which means that shoppers will have to shop elsewhere.
The retailer said that it was removing the coupons from its shelves.
The coupon system has been criticised for being an ineffective means of discounting products and retailers have been caught out in the middle of a bidding war.
The controversy began when a customer, Sally, who has a daughter, noticed that her daughter had received a Sally Beauty Coupon, which was for $20.
The $20 coupon expired in about three days.
“I felt a little cheated, I was disappointed that my daughter was getting an awful price for something that she has never bought before,” Sally told The Irish Times.
Sally Beauty says that it is investigating the issue and has contacted the customer and her family.
Sally’s daughter, aged 12, was given the Sally Beauty Gift Box which contains two items.
The first is a £5 box of the Sally beauty products.
The second is a ‘beauty palette’, which contains Sally Beauty products.
Sally said that they were “worth every penny”.
The product she received was the Sally Garden, which contains “hundreds of different products from the top brands” and “is designed to give you an amazing shopping experience”.
Sally said the products were “not just a product to sell, but to give back to the community”.
Sally Beauty said that the ‘beauties’ included “the very best from Sally’s range”.
Sally Garden The products are listed as: Ate, a smoothie bar containing “herbs, seeds, vitamins, essential oils and more”, “with the full complement of Sally’s best-selling ingredients” and a “beauty sponge”.
The price is $20 for the first box and $15 for each additional box.
Ate is sold in four different colour schemes: a light purple, green, yellow and red.
The products contain a whopping 400mg of vitamin C and a whopping 250mg of Vitamin E. A good selection of herbs.
The Garden also contains “a delicious assortment of products that will keep you feeling and smelling great”.
The ‘garden’ is available in three sizes: large, medium and small.
“It’s really a way for us to share with our customers the amazing beauty and care Sally’s has to offer,” Sally Beauty told The Independent.
The company said that its “truly organic” and natural ingredients were used in its products.
“This is not a product which we put on sale and we are not making any profit from it.
Sally Garden has been designed to help our customers feel great and be confident in the products they choose.”
Sally Garden spokeswoman Laura McEnaney said that Sally Garden was looking into the issue.
“We are in the process of removing the items from our store and will be responding to any questions as soon as we can,” she said.
The spokeswoman said that while Sally Garden “is committed to fair pricing, we do not profit from the sale of the products we sell.”
“We have been working closely with the Irish Retailers Association (IRRA) to ensure that the products sold by Sally Garden are fair, transparent and in good taste,” she added.
Sally Gardens co-founder Sally O’Connor said that “it’s unfortunate that this was brought to our attention”.
“We understand that there was a small number of customers who were not pleased by the price and we have worked to address the issue,” she told The Daily Telegraph.
The Sally Garden website has also been taken down, which it says is because of the “complex and complex issues that exist with our brand”. “
As part of our ongoing efforts to ensure a fair and transparent pricing experience for our customers, we are working closely and regularly with IRRA and we will continue to monitor the situation and take any steps needed to ensure this does not happen again.”
The Sally Garden website has also been taken down, which it says is because of the “complex and complex issues that exist with our brand”.
The Sally Beauty website is now up and running.
“In a short time, Sally Garden is now available to consumers across the UK, Ireland and the United States,” the company said.
Sally has also removed the Sally’s Beauty Beauty Blog, which has been active for three years.
“Sally Beauty has made significant changes to its content in the last three years, and the company is now taking steps that will help ensure that it remains an active blog for its loyal readers,” the site said.
“Our aim is to maintain the integrity of the blog while ensuring that our content remains relevant and relevant for Sally Beauty readers.”
The company added that “this process has already taken place and we look forward to continuing to grow our blog and sharing what we are all about”.
Sally has apologised for the controversy and said that a full investigation