A woman has a product called “Skin Care Production” on her skin.
It claims to make your skin “beautiful” by “enriched with nutrients” that are “enhanced with skin care” and that are actually “a natural sunscreen.”
The product comes in a bottle that looks like it could be a lipstick.
According to the product’s website, the product is the result of a collaboration between the actress Tila Tequila and the cosmetics company L’Oreal.
The two women decided to work together after Tequila asked Tequila for help with her acne.
She explained to the beauty giant, “The thing is, it was kind of like, ‘You’re the best, why don’t you make this for us?'”
And L’Oréal, who are owned by L’Auberge de France, agreed.
They partnered with Tequila to create a line of products that contain ingredients “in common with natural skin care products.”
“It is the most natural skin product you could imagine,” Tequila told The New York Times in February.
The beauty giant claims the Skin Care Production formula has the same ingredients as other skin care creams, including the sunblock that L’oreal uses.
L’ORÉAL claims the product “contains only the best ingredients to achieve the most flawless complexion.”
In a statement to Business Insider, a spokesperson for L’Ansem said the company “has long championed a lifestyle that is more nourishing and sustainable than ever before.
We are proud of the products we have developed, which are used by millions of people around the world to improve their skin, health and well-being.”
According to The New Yorker, the company said the Skin Caring Production line “is one of a handful of brands that includes both a product and a company, and we are thrilled to be partnering with L’Occitane, who have been at the forefront of our skin care efforts for years.”
The company also claimed to have helped Tequila’s brand expand its distribution by using “skin care products that have become staples in the market.”
Tequila said she and L’Assem collaborated to make her products “beautifully nourished.”
“This is what makes me smile,” Tezza told the magazine.
“When you get an offer like this, you always say yes.”
Tequesco has previously been criticized for her products.
Last year, Tequila was accused of selling cosmetics from a skin-care factory and allegedly misleading customers into thinking they were buying a natural product.
“This company has been a nightmare to work with,” Tequésco told The Huffington Post in 2014.
“The worst thing I’ve ever experienced was when they put a product on my face and I was so shocked and didn’t even realize that it was a product.
They said it’s a product.”
She later apologized and said the comments “did not reflect my character or my commitment to the work we do together.”
In 2017, Tequéesco became embroiled in a public feud with Lourdes Cosmetics after the beauty brand refused to release an image of a lipstick with a product that contained sunblock.
Lourde, which is owned by French cosmetics giant LVMH, said they would not sell a lipstick named “Smile” with a sunscreen that contained sunscreen.
In a follow up post, Lourdes said they had already released a new lipstick called “Smooth” and said “the lipstick was made by a local beauty artist, with the permission of the artist and the manufacturer.”
The cosmetics company apologized, saying “we have been made aware of the incident by our local partner and we have apologised to Ms. Tequila, L’Onions and Lourdis.”
In February 2018, Teguera sued Lourds Cosmetics, claiming she had been duped into believing Lourdos products contained sun protection.
“Lourdens brand is one of the most dangerous cosmetics brands in the world, especially after the recent scandal of Louradies sunscreen containing a synthetic sunscreen,” Teguerras lawyer wrote.
“As a result, I was unable to believe my client could be duped by Lourades products.
I feel so betrayed and embarrassed.”
The lawsuit was filed on Tegueros behalf by a lawyer from the American Civil Liberties Union, who said the product was “made with a synthetic form of a sunscreen and that is what was meant to protect her skin and eyes from the sun.”