By  on March 12, 2018

Accusations that Ulta Beauty had a de facto policy for reselling returned and used cosmetics as if they were new are moving from individual store managers to the executive level.

Kimberly Laura Smith-Brown, an Ulta shopper who launched in early February a proposed class-action against the beauty retailer after employee-supported rumors of its alleged reselling practice had spread online, is accusing Ulta’s regional vice president Chrissie Mollicone of being “involved in enforcing these unsanitary practices.”

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