got it. My introduction to them was around the bleaching issue but having never used any of their products it likely just represents, as you say, a small segment of its business. and apparently not even the most controversialNo, it is not.
We have previously discussed this issue on this thread, but perhaps it bears reiteration. Yet again, while Longrich may well make some bleaching products (albeit I had never heard of that), it's principal products are hundreds of various cosmetic, health and domestic care products, including for some of the world’s top companies (such Walmart, Unilever, Marks and Spencer’s, P&G, Carrefour, Target, etc.). Longrich basically manufactures essentially every household product from toothpaste to soaps and sanitary napkins. This is the FIRST time I have ever heard of Longrich being associated with primarily bleaching products (but perhaps it does that outside it mainstream products - just NEVER heard of it).
Longrich's "bad press" usually comes from the MLM thing, and the related fact that it appears to have an amorphous and opaque corporate “structure” (to use the term liberally).