What products are packaged by the same company but sold as different brands at different prices?

I've heard that similar and even sometimes the same formulas can be sold at different prices as different brands when a larger company owns them. What are some examples of this so I could avoid wasting money, and, how do I avoid making this mistake?

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  • Bourjois and Chanel, I have been told by several make up artists they are made in the same factory. 


  • That's a very broad question, Madeline! If you peruse our website you'll find a few examples that we've talked about in the past but we don't have a comprehensive list.
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