The beauty sponge shortage is affecting consumers nationwide: study

The American Beauty Sponges Association reports that while consumers have been buying a fair amount of the products, they are also seeing a lack of quality.

The association reports that more than 50 percent of consumers surveyed have not had their products returned by a beauty retailer because of issues related to the quality of ingredients.

The study also found that retailers have been receiving a smaller amount of returns compared to last year.

The beauty spongs association found that the average store returned 2,000 sponged products compared to the last year’s average of 3,400.

This year, only 1,600 of the 3,000 returns were returned.

In addition, the association says that retailers are facing the additional burden of having to carry inventory.

For example, a small store may have just one spong, which is not ideal when you have many different products.

The organization says that it’s important for retailers to know the quality standards for products they sell, so they can make a more informed decision about how to use products.

The association also said that many of the items that are being returned are not worth returning because they’re not used, or they’re too expensive for the consumer.

Kojak Beauty Spongs Association President and CEO, Jocelyn C. Rolfe, says that the association’s goal is to increase awareness and help consumers find the products they need to help them live a healthier lifestyle.

We’re trying to educate consumers on how to find the product that’s right for them.

She also believes that retailers should be able to use the same guidelines they use for their own products, because the industry has been using the same standard for many years.