I wish the makers of all the froo-froo gels, bath salts, shampoos, and related stuff would give a thought to those of us who, ah, shall we say, are a bit impaired in the eyesight? I fall into the bracket (female, mother, grandmother, co-worker, friend, whatever) that I can pretty well count on receiving at least one froo-froo item over the course of the year. Mother's Day, birthday, Christmas, what-have-you.
The labels often have a small font, with a few swirlies thrown in. I don't know about you, but when I'm in the shower in the early morning hours, without my glasses, I have a heck of a time distinguishing what is what. And not only do they do the swirly small font, they tell you what it is in French as well as English. So then after I work to focus, I still can't read it! My solution? Limited froo-froos in the shower. I get the combination shampoo/conditioner so I don't have to try and figure out which is which. Right now I only have 2 other items on the shelf, each of a shape that I can distinguish them pretty easy. Good thing, because I sure couldn't read what they are.
I guess another solution would be to take a marks-a-lot and write what it is in big bold letters. But then that wouldn't be as froo-frooie, would it?