A new lawsuit claims that beauty product chain Ulta repackages returned cosmetics and sells them to unsuspecting customers!
Former Ulta employees who filed the complaint in Cook County Circuit Court last week claim the company has a limit on how many returned items can be thrown away.
Attorney Tom Zimmerman said some products purchased from an Ulta store in Chicago seem to be previously used, such as eyeshadows missing a brush and face cleansers that have already been opened.
He said the danger comes in pathogens that can remain on products for weeks. "There is E. coli and klepsillea bateria which is commonly found in intestine and expelled with fecal matter," he said.