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Singaporean skincare company under fire for selling products with excessive mercury
 

Singaporean skincare company under fire for selling products with excessive mercury

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Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has warned consumers to refrain from purchasing 'Tati Skin Care 5-in-1’ products as they have been laced with alarming amounts of mercury amongst other illegal ingredients.
 
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12 Jun 2017 - General
 
Products over the web these days can't just be trusted right away. Eventhough the packaging would say the results xan be faster seen in days, better check wether what chemicals does it have. I wonder why would these companies still allow the production and regulation of that kind of products in which I guess their goal would be let their consumers be happy by using it and not destroying them. It is just more having profit these days than giving what is due to the consumers. Too sad to hear a...
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