Retail Chain For Girls Stops Selling Makeup After Reports That It Contains Asbestos.

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Justice, a retail chain for girls, announced that it has stopped selling a highlighter powder after it was reported that the product contained the toxic substance asbestos, among others. The powder allegedly contains asbestos and toxic heavy metals such as asbarium, chromium, selenium, and lead. The FDA prohibits the sale of contaminated makeup products, including makeup that contains asbestos, which have been linked to cancer and tumors. After the report was released, Justice pulled the product from its shelves and began conducting its own investigation into the matter. It has since continuously been denying these allegations. The retailer claims a third-party ISO-certified testing lab tested the product and determined that there is no asbestos in the Just Shine Shimmer Powder.

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