Kylie Jenner responds to accusation she breached cosmetics lab sanitation protocols

Kylie Jenner has responded to the accusation that she breached sanitation protocols in her Kylie Cosmetics lab.

After the make-up mogul posted a series of photos and videos promoting her Kylie Cosmetics brand on Instagram on Tuesday, cosmetics developer Kevin James Bennett took issue with the pictures.

Kylie’s promotional shots featured the 24-year-old in a facility wearing a lab coat and interacting with lab equipment and test products.

Kevin reposted four of Kylie’s photos on his Instagram account and noted that Kylie is not wearing a hair net, mask, shoe covers, or disposable gloves in the snaps. He also slammed the lab for staging the photo-op.

“I need the (lab’s) name because I want to make sure my clients NEVER work with them,” Kevin wrote. “Folks, this is not the way we create cosmetics and misrepresents how our industry works. Credible manufacturers follow STRICT sanitation protocols to protect you.”


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Toxics Watchdog Group Presses Swift Removal Of Product Ads For Mercury-Added Cosmetics Amid 8.8 Online Shopping Sale

8 August 2022, Quezon City. The toxics watchdog group EcoWaste Coalition for the nth time urged online shopping platforms to take down ads for skin whitening cosmetics banned or flagged by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for containing mercury and/or for lacking market authorization.

With the help of an intern from the Technological University of the Philippines (TUP), the group was able to track 100-page product advertisements for such unauthorized and unsafe cosmetics that were placed on Lazada and Shopee by third party sellers.

“In time for the 8.8. online shopping sale, our intern carefully monitored these hugely popular online shopping sites from August 1 to 6. Much to our disappointment, hundreds of FDA-banned or flagged skin care products, especially skin lightening facial creams, are being advertised and sold as if these products are legal and safe,” said Aileen Lucero, National Coordinator, EcoWaste Coalition.

The group used the

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