(FOX NEWS) - A woman who claims she used to work for Ulta Beauty is calling out the chain for unsanitary practices.
Twitter user @fatinamxo is using the platform to “warn” other beauty lovers about the safety of their makeup. In a series of tweets, the ex-employee alleged that her managers at the retailer would tell her to “clean” and repackage used items to be sold again.
“So I was a former employee at ULTA and whenever a customer would return a product, we were told by managers to repackage / reseal the item and put it back on the shelf,” she wrote on Twitter.
So I’m gonna start a thread about a serious matter because I feel like makeup lovers should know what’s going on behind closed doors.— fatinamxo (@fatinamxo) January 10, 2018
“They would resell EVERYTHING. ( makeup , hair care , skincare, fragrance ,hair tools, etc. ),” she said in a follow-up tweet.
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