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I purchased this product and it s defective.

I purchased this product and it is defective. It is 3/4 empty, chunky, thick and the pump stem is missing.I would like a refund.Thank you, Kinsey Kimmer

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Take it back to store or wherever w/ receipt or proof of purchase

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