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Guide to Checking the Authenticity of Cosmetic Products

  1. Packaging:

    • Compare the product's packaging with the original: colors, logos, fonts, and other details. Fakes might have inconsistencies or deviations.
    • Pay attention to the quality of packaging materials. Cheap and inferior materials could indicate a counterfeit.
    • Check for holograms if they are present on the original product.
  2. Information on the Packaging:

    • The product's ingredients should always be listed.
    • Check for information about the manufacturer, production date, and expiration date.
    • Examine the translation, especially for imported goods. Gross translation errors are a sign of counterfeits.
  3. Price:

    • If the price is too low and tempting, it might be a red flag. Quality cosmetics come at a price.
  4. Place of Purchase:

    • Buy cosmetics from official stores or trusted online retailers. Avoid purchases from markets, random street vendors, or unknown websites.
  5. Texture and Scent:

    • If you have an original product, compare its texture and scent with the suspicious one. They should be identical.
    • Counterfeits might have a sharp or unusual smell.
  6. Reviews:

    • Look for reviews of the product online. If many report buying a fake, be cautious.
  7. Serial Number:

    • Many products have a unique serial number. You can verify it on the manufacturer's official website.
  8. QR Codes and Barcodes:

    • Some brands use QR codes or barcodes for authenticity checks. Scan and verify.
  9. Manufacturer's Website:

    • Visit the official website and check if the product is listed.
  10. Licenses and Certificates:

  1. Contact the Manufacturer Directly:
  1. Authenticity Check Apps:
  1. Consistency and Skin Reaction:

Always be cautious and thorough when purchasing cosmetics. A counterfeit is not only a waste of money but also a potential threat to your health.