Red Points released a report detailing trends around fake beauty products and counterfeit Mother’s Day gifts in the U.S. Don’t be fooled — read the report.
The industry of counterfeit cosmetics is on the rise, but that doesn’t mean you have to buy in. Here’s what you need to know about knockoff makeup.
Pprices and deals that seem too good to be true often bring the possibility of fraudulent, and dangerous, counterfeit cosmetics and products with them.
According to a report many of the counterfeit cosmetics contain dangerous substances including lead, mercury, cyanide, arsenic and paint-stripper.
People are being warned about fake cosmetics after “toxic” chemicals such as mercury were found in seized goods.