Police find animal waste in bootleg makeup

Police find animal waste in bootleg makeup

Police find animal waste in bootleg makeup

Los Angeles police confiscated $700,000 worth of bootleg cosmetics containing animal feces, bacteria and human waste on Thursday.

Make-up brushes are seen backstage before the Sangue Novo Fall/Winter 2018/19 collection show during Lisbon Fashion Week, Portugal March 9, 2018.

The counterfeit products were uncovered in a raid of 21 stores in the city's Fashion District, notes Los Angeles television station KABC.

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Reina wrote. The bust in Santee Alley netted makeup similar to such popular brands as Urban Decay, NARS, MAC, Kylie Cosmetics by Kylie Jenner, and others.

"If you're getting something that's 50% off, 75% off, it tells you that it's bad", Ishitani said. Even though numerous products looked exactly like their genuine counterparts, they tested positive for poop, bacteria and other products that definitely don't belong on a person's face.

The LAPD was tipped off by the brand-name companies, which received complaints from consumers who said they had rashes and bumps after using their products. She then advised buyers of the cosmetics line to "never buy counterfeit products!"

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Detective Rick Ishitani says the raid is meant to educate the public about the health and safety concerns of purchasing counterfeit cosmetics. Counterfeit cosmetics, however, do not meet those standards.

Six people were arrested Thursday and are expected to be charged with trademark violations of major brands. Another 15 people were given cease and desist orders.

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