Ever since Kylie Jenner released her first batch of Lip Kits, they've been in high demand. In fact, each time she's released new shades her website has crashed.
And it seems that scammers are noticing the insatiable desire for Kylie's makeup. Fake websites, designed to look exactly like her official one, are being set up selling knockoff versions of her products.
Even worse, the fake products allegedly contain dangerous ingredients like glue and gasoline.
Fans have taken to Twitter to tell Kylie about the situation – one girl shared this video of her lips sticking together because of the glue in the fake product. 😐
And plenty of others have supported the claim that the fake products contain glue.
Others have said they got infections after using fake lipsticks.
One person even claimed there was gasoline in her fake product.
And someone else said her product smelled of paint.
And it's not even just the ingredients in the fake products that are problematic – even the packaging is malfunctioning.
Kylie has now addressed the situation, in a series of snaps in which she implored fans to be careful where they were purchasing the products from.
She said: "I've come across this website called kyliecosmeticsoutlet.com. It looks exactly like mine, but it's not. I want to be really, really clear and let you guys know that the only place to get my products is kyliecosmetics.com. Everywhere else is fake. Make sure you guys check the URL because these other websites are selling fake product. It might look exactly like mine, but it's not mine."
She went on to warn fans about the dangers of the fake ingredients contained in the knockoff products.
Kylie said: "The ingredients that they're using in these fake products are also really, really dangerous which is my biggest concern. Check my Twitter – I just re-posted a video of this girl who got a fake Kylie Lip Kit and her lips are literally stuck together like glue. This is getting so out of hand, people – please, please, please don't trust any other website."