Animal Feces Found in Counterfeit Makeup


Twenty-one shops were raided and a huge amount of dodgy goods were confiscated.

Counterfeit makeup isn't always easy to spot, but as a general rule of thumb - if it's too good to be true, it probably is.

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Police seized hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of products which were cheap imitations of popular brands such as Urban Decay and Kylie Cosmetics.

Detective Rick Ishitani told ABC7: "They came back positive with a high level of bacteria and animal faeces".

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Police received more complaints and officials conducted another bust. A similar discovery was made from the cosmetics seized on Thursday. The investigation started after customers called the actual cosmetic companies complaining of bumps and rashes from the products. No matter how desperate you want the latest trendy beauty product, but can't afford it or it's sold out you should never buy counterfeit makeup. The makeup tested high in animal and bacteria waste.

Los Angeles police warned about the dangers of using counterfeit cosmetics and urged the public to use common sense when purchasing on the street. Counterfeit cosmetics, however, do not meet those standards.

KTLA-5 reported six people were arrested and its anticipated they'll face a charge of "trademark violations of major brands".

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Another 15 people are served with cease and desist orders.