Dangerous stories of online dating
In response to our investigation, they said: ‘e Bay does everything it can to tackle the sale of counterfeits, which is a global issue and not limited to online shopping.
Nowadays people most prefer flirting online because they are too busy to go on dates and going out with people who are not likely to match them.
Internet forums are alive with tales of women who have been stung by cheap rip-off make-up.
In one You Tube video posted online this summer, an attractive psychology graduate living in Oxford gives a salutary warning about the dangers of buying cheap counterfeits. I am never going to buy anything like that on the internet again.
Worryingly, dermatologists are now reporting a rise in the number of women with skin conditions triggered by the use of counterfeit make-up.
These can range from acne and swelling to more serious skin conditions, such as psoriasis.
Making people happy is not just our job, it’s a life goal.It was considered unsafe under The Product Safety Regulations 2005.As she points out, the manufacture of genuine cosmetics is strictly controlled and products are rigorously tested before they go on sale.But the counterfeiters churning out the cheap versions do not abide by any of these rules, so along with potentially harmful metals, other banned substances may be used.Paint stripper and nail varnish remover has been found in fake mascara and liquid eyeliners.