Natalya’s Beauty Blog- Filthygorgeousmakeup

I was very thrilled to find this palette on ebay for £7.00 in support of £6.59 for shipping from HK (seller- abestlife). 21.95 on the seaside scents website and shipping prices from to the UK are always ludicrous there. So I ordered this palette combined with the 10 blush palette and it came a few days ago. After swatching the shadows I really was looking forward to using them as there have been some interesting colours and the payoff was very good.

I even filmed a guide yesterday morning to post on my route. However, the surprise arrived when I got home last night. I have been getting a strange headache all evening and my eyes felt sore and puffy. Not thinking anything from it I decided to reach bed just, however when I started taking my eye makeup off I pointed out that your skin on my eyelids was red and patchy.

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I had certainly had an allergic attack to these shadows and my eyelids were very sore and swollen. This morning they were looking somewhat puffy and discoloured Even. I needed to make this post to let you know guys to be cautious just! Of course I understand the dangers of buying makeup on the web as you can’t ever guarantee it’ll be of a good quality, especially when the purchase price is so low. So, I guess obtaining a discount is not worth it always. Do some of you have this palette and have you’d any nagging problems?

The paperwork involved here would be devastating for small, independently possessed businesses that typically do not have employees. 500 minimum, annually, making starting a small business more challenging. Currently the FDA has a released guide to good manufacturing practices. While I really do of course support good manufacturing practices that would ensure safe cosmetics, many of the current recommendations aren’t friendly to smaller businesses. For example measuring and “Weighing of raw materials is examined by another person.” Most smaller businesses don’t have another person open to check their work so one individual businesses wouldn’t normally be allowed. Having a way to record serious, adverse events that occur with the use of cosmetics is a must.

In this new bill a business must report to the FDA any information received concerning serious adverse occasions. These are thought as loss of life, life-threatening experience, inpatient hospitalization, impairment, disfigurement or incapacity, congenital anomaly or delivery defect, or an event needing medical or surgical treatment. Section 605 of this bill says: “(2) demonstrate that such cosmetic product is safe”.

Without giving any detail in regards to what kind of information the FDA would be looking for to show protection leaves this section completely open to interpretation. The relevant question is, who interpret it? This concerns me the most and is much different from earlier types of this bill where in fact the responsibility to demonstrate safety was placed on ingredient manufacturers rather than on the individual who makes the aesthetic product. As a little business, are you prepared to do any of these tests? I’d prefer to see some specifics here in regards to what information must substantiate safety of the finished product.

Section 608 gives the FDA the authority to remember a cosmetic product that is deemed adulterated if its use would cause serious adverse health consequences. Authority to recall a product to prevent loss of life is always good and the FDA has this authority with food. Currently companies voluntarily remember any makeup products products which have been found adulterated such as those which have been found to have high concentrations of potentially harmful bacteria or fungus.

This volunteer method has worked well, but there is no harm which i see in making it mandatory. Unlike previous proposals, this bill will not address basic safety of individual ingredients but rather just requires that the ultimate aesthetic product be proven safe. Being unsure of what would be required here would most likely put more pressure on the small business owner. It generally does not ask for full disclosure of elements also. Important oversights in this bill are allowances for small business and a preemption to avoid states from individually requiring stricter cosmetic laws. If each state has different laws that govern makeup products, business would be stifled.