Posted: 7 October, 2016
by Sohan Judge
Makeup Brand Responds After Being Slammed For Mouldy & Rusty Products
This is getting worrying.
Popular makeup brand Lime Crime has been slammed by customers for their superfoil eyeshadow product, and now they are starting to respond to customer complaints.
In case you missed it, customers were finding dark brown/black spots in the eyeshadow pans. Since the pans are made of tin, the glycerin in the eyeshadow formula appears to be reacting with the tin, causing rust and forming mould which is incredibly unsafe for the eyes.
Now Lime Crime have begun responding to customers, insisting that the product is safe to use.
In fact, one of the first people who complained to the brand about the issue received a replacement in the mail which had already started to rust.
Beauty bloggers are urging fans of the brand to refrain from buying the product before the issue is totally sorted.
Lime Crime have a history of scandals regarding the safety of their products, and even security on their website. In the past they have been slammed for credit card fraud, received FDA warnings, and been questioned for the quality of their product after customers repeatedly got cold sores.
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