Animal Feces Discovered In Counterfeit Kylie Cosmetics Products

Animal Feces Discovered In Counterfeit Kylie Cosmetics Products

The sh*t hit the fan when customers complained of skin irritation to the real cosmetic companies.

In a tweet, LAPD Captain Marc Reina said that some of the makeup was found to contain bacteria and human waste. "If you're getting something that's 50 percent off, 75 percent off - it tells you that it's bad", Detective Rick Ishitani of the LAPD said.

A task force busted counterfeit makeup operations at 21 locations in the Los Angeles Fashion District.

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The confiscated makeup included popular brands such as MAC, NARS, Kylie Cosmetics by Kylie Jenner and Urban Decay, KABC reported. When customers revealed they bought the products in Santee Alley, the Anti-Piracy Unit swooped in doing undercover buys to test the products.

You've heard the statistics about consumers being deceived, and you've read the horror stories about the frightening reactions they can cause, but counterfeit cosmetics continue to be a pervasive problem in the industry despite the efforts of brands and law enforcement agencies. He explained this kind of contamination simply wouldn't happen with legitimate products because they're manufactured in proper facilities that adhere to safety standards. As for the bogus products, they are made where contaminants are rampant. She then advised buyers of the cosmetics line to "never buy counterfeit products!" Fifteen other people caught in the raid were served with cease and desist orders.

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