With Amazon and other online retailers making it easier for people to buy hair care products, they’re also making it harder for people who need it most to get it.
The new rules, which went into effect this week, mean that sellers who want to sell hair care and body care products online have to go through a rigorous vetting process to prove they have a legitimate business model.
The new rules are an attempt to keep consumers and businesses connected online.
“We have seen the tremendous growth in online sales through the years, and it’s important to make sure the industry has the necessary infrastructure to handle that growth,” said David Shafer, CEO of the Hair and Beauty Association of America, a trade group that represents hair and beauty retailers.
Shafer said online sales have grown in the past two years, which is a good sign.
However, Shafer said the new rules also require hair and makeup stores to maintain a level of security for their customers.
The changes are also intended to keep retailers from abusing their market position, said Shafer.
“The rules have a clear goal of ensuring that these retailers don’t abuse their position to sell products at the lowest price or to engage in fraudulent or illegal practices,” he said.
The rules also limit the number of items that can be sold per order.
The industry has long had to deal with the threat of hackers stealing data from the retailers, but the new regulations are meant to be a deterrent to anyone who tries to cheat the system.
More than 30 million people have been affected by the changes.
The FDA said that it had received more than 20,000 complaints about the new rule, and many more people are still concerned about the risks of buying hair products from online retailers.