The 'unsanitary' lab photos are defended by Kylie Jenner: 'I would never ignore protocol'

By FactsWow Team

Posted on: 05 Aug, 2022

According to Kylie Jenner, haters are spreading false information about her recently taken lab photos trying to consider them unsanitary, and she has retaliated.

Kevin James Bennett's Wednesday Instagram post slamming the makeup mogul for not wearing a hair net, shoe covers, a mask ... and disposable gloves sparked a backlash from the 24-year-old.

According to Jenner, this picture was not taken in a manufacturing facility. Neither I nor any other celeb or owner of a beauty brand would bypass sanitary protocols.'

According to the reality star, she was in a 'small, personal space' in the pictures posted on Wednesday, after agreeing that those actions would be 'completely unacceptable.'

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' alum wrote, 'I was creating my fun samples and taking pictures for content nowhere near mass production.' There is no risk to customers! ”

According to her, “Shame on you Kevin, you've spread false information !!!!“ Bennett accused Jenner of 'seriously gaslighting' her fans in his reply to her.

Wearing a @weareregi lab coat, you stood on a platform looking into an expensive homogenizing kettle that had processed at least 50 liters of a complexion product without wearing PPE or your hair tied back? However, it isn't a cosmetics factory?” he inquired. 

Jenner was not on the production floor when these pictures were taken but replied reviewing colors and thinking about new concepts, according to sources.

Fans, however, have mixed feelings about Jenner's lab visit since this was not made clear. These pictures are often taken by brand owners. There's nothing wrong with her, and it's impossible for us to know how involved she is in formulation,' an Instagram user commented.

Another person said, 'I have seen many scenarios in development labs, but uncovered hair near a kettle in production would never occur.' End of story.'

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