The show shows how the counterfeit makeup industry has grown, and the high price consumers pay in the long run when they get these shoddy goods.
Buying counterfeit cosmetics is an annoyance to any consumer. Nobody wants to contribute their hard-earned moolah to — let’s face it— criminals.
As the cosmetic market grows exponentially, its counterfeiting counterpart does too. Examples of fake cosmetic seizures keep making the headlines.
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Pprices and deals that seem too good to be true often bring the possibility of fraudulent, and dangerous, counterfeit cosmetics and products with them.
Celebrity brands have issued warnings about fake beauty products and retailers. Social media now contributes to more than 50% of counterfeit cosmetics sales.