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CBS News Report: Growing Number Of Women Turning To Homemade Cosmetics: BeautyStat.com's Cosmetic Chemist Warns Consumers Need To Be Careful

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BeautyStat.com's Cosmetic Chemist Founder Featured On CBS News: Growing Number Of Women Turning To Homemade Cosmetics

(PRWEB) June 24, 2014

Many creative entrepreneurs sell their products on and offline, but would you trust an at-home manufacturer with your cosmetics?

As CBS 2s Alice Gainer reported, some consumers are swearing by the do-it-yourself products.

Some experts, however, warn that consumers need to be well-educated about the products theyre buying.

When I heard that somebody was actually mixing and matching and using all natural ingredients in their home setting, I thought that was fabulous, said Marta Countess.

Countess recently tasked a local makeup artist to create cosmetics for her that wouldnt irritate her sensitive skin.

And shes not alone. A growing number of woman are turning to homemade cosmetics, often sold online.    

While the same safety rules for big companies apply to home entrepreneurs cosmetic chemist and BeautyStat.com founder, Ron Robinson said consumers should choose their makeup carefully.

In general the FDA is not inspecting these places unless there is a big or a large number of consumer complaints, he said. All sorts of issues that could happen with buying homemade products, including allergic reactions, possible irritation.

Home makeup manufacturer Kim Snyder said she takes extensive precautions.

If you are as sanitary as you can be, it makes a difference. If youre just sitting on your kitchen table you slop it all together thats a problem, Snyder said.

Robinson also adds that before you purchase homemade cosmetics, you should ask around for recommendations, ask sellers how they prepare their makeup, and request a sample to test it out, Gainer reported.

As for Countess, she said shes had no problems with her makeup so far.

The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and its all making us all beautiful. So, you know, great combo, she said.

On its website, the FDA warns homemade cosmetics makers that they have a legal responsibility for the safety of their products. The website said packaging and labeling cannot be deceptive.

See the entire news clip on CBS by clicking here - BeautyStat.com's Cosmetic Chemist Founder Featured On CBS News.

BeautyStat.com is an online beauty retail platform (that features makeup, skincare and haircare reviews). It has been featured in Womens Wear Daily, LA Times, New York Times, Forbes Magazine, NBC and CBS News. The strength of BeautyStat.com is its captive, engaged and influential 200,000+ community, 190+ blogger network and 40 million social network reach. BeautyStat.com works with beauty brands, retailers and PR agencies to connect them to the BeautyStat community for e-commerce, advertising and rich consumer insights.

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