Hello,

so this has been batting back in forth in the distant reaches of my mind for years. It seems that most things today have seals on them of some sort - honey, ketchup, visine, soap, whatever. If not a plastic seal, then certainly within a glued box. Why is it that shampoo, and other skin-care type products have nothing of the sort? I could walk into Kroger and go down the aisle, randomly dripping some nasty chemical into bottles of pert plus all across the country, causing some nasty side effect and just being a bitch in general. Sure there's no rational reason why anyone would do this, but that certainly has never stopped companies from taking precautions before. I'm not the paranoid type, or anything. . .but still. Any exceptions to this, or thoughts on this peculiarity?

Please help

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References:
https://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?t=880354
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Thank you