They might be getting rid of these because they're older and need to do stock rotation. But given the overall site, I'm not sure how legit they are or if their cosmetics are actually safe to use. It seems like one of those sites that lure customers from Facebook to buy cheap knock-offs that don't resemble what they're supposed to at all. Plus, the top of the balm says, "Romantic Bear."
Owly01 said: They might be getting rid of these because they're older and need to do stock rotation. But given the overall site, I'm not sure how legit they are or if their cosmetics are actually safe to use. It seems like one of those sites that lure customers from Facebook to buy cheap knock-offs that don't resemble what they're supposed to at all. Plus, the top of the balm says, "Romantic Bear."
They are direct knockoffs of the Eos Sphere Lip Balms, right down to the container shape and style. I noticed they sell prom dresses, I recall seeing on the news about ladies buying prom dresses from websites such as this, that sell cheap knock-offs, and getting an actual dress that looked nothing like the one pictured. It is disconcerting that they have no ingredient lists for any of the cosmetics, other than 'oil' for the lip balms, and 'talcum powder,beewax' for their eye shadows. They are incomplete, so you have no way of really knowing the safety of these products. The lip balms claim to be 'organic' (Eos Sphere's are), but give no evidence that they are, including no pic of the 'Certified Organic" logo used on reputable websites. A number of cheap, Asian, imported cosmetics have contained dangerous levels of stuff like lead, and cadmium (a long with other heavy metals). I'm not sure I would want to put something on/near my mouth or eyes, with no way of knowing whether these cheap knock-offs are even safe, even if free. Definitely a "use at your own risk." The beauty tools, garments and gadgets are probably safe to use, but they may lack in quality. This appears to be an asian-based company, probably shipping directly from China/Hong-Kong. I see a lot of them on eBay, I sometimes buy from them, stuff that I don't have to be concerned about safety-wise.
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