These days, we shop for about everything online, from clothing to home decor. We may find that the clothes don't fit exactly or the chair looks a bit off than what you saw in the stores. With items like clothes, home decor, bags etc it may not fit exactly but it's not really a safely concern.
It's a whole different store when it comes to skincare, makeup, fragrances and hair care products. As with any type of professional or premium brand beauty product, there are thousands of fakes, diluted and expired ones floating around on third party sites such as Amazon, Jet and eBay. If you are looking for an online deal on brand name makeup, be careful: the world of knockoffs isn't just about purses. Makeup that claims to be something it's really not can be found all over the Internet.
But that hasn’t stopped consumers from looking to sites like Amazon and Ebay for their products. It’s especially appealing to the budget-conscious minds, as third-party retailers make it easy to buy your favorites at lower prices than you will find in the usual stores or the retail stores. But where’s the logic in spending Rs.4200 on what you think is a skincare that usually sells for Rs.6000, only to find that it’s a total knockoff?
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