Last week, Cosmetics Alliance was contacted by Global News to provide advice and recommendations to the public on the growing risks associated with using counterfeit cosmetic products.
Darren Praznik, President & CEO of Cosmetics Alliance Canada, spoke to Global last Thursday at our offices in Mississauga. “Counterfeit products by definition are not regulated. They don’t register with Health Canada. They don’t notify. They don’t follow the rules. So whatever goes into them can be anything. The ingredients aren’t controlled. They can be dangerous. They can harm your skin.” Praznik warned viewers.
Watch the full story here: Why counterfeit makeup is never worth the bargain