Do you know the meaning of the colors on the bottom?
Green : Natural.
Blue : Natural + Medicine.
Red : Natural + Chemical composition.
Black : Pure Chemical.BE AWARE OF THE PRODUCTS THAT YOU USE DAILY !
The rectangular marks or lines on tubes referred to in the message, are using in the
packaging process. The marks are known in the packaging industry as "eye marks" (or
sometimes "eye spots"). They do not in any way indicate the chemical content of the tubes
they are displayed on, regardless of what colour they are. That is not their role.
Eye marks can be identified by electronic eyes used in sophisticated modern packaging
machinery. The marks serve a variety of packaging purposes such as telling the machine
where to cut and crimp tubes or indicating the desired colour of print on packaging. Many
products have such eye marks, although they may not always be visible to consumers as
they are on tubes.
Rather ironically, the message poses the question "did you know squares on tubes mean
something" and then answers the question with an outright lie. In fact, the "squares" do
mean something - to packaging machines and the people who operate them. But, to the
average consumer they mean nothing at all.
Want to know what a tube's contents consist of? It is most likely listed right there on the
side of the tube in some detail. Or, you might find even more detailed information about
the product's content on the company's website or elsewhere on the Internet. But rest
assured, the colour of the little mark on the tube's base will tell you nothing whatsoever
about its chemical makeup