In the last year or so, cosmetics have been in the news quite a bit.

They’ve been accused of causing cancer, of causing heart disease and of causing acne.

The latest scandal comes from a company called Ulta Beauty, which is making cosmetics to sell to the masses, but which also has a reputation for not being fair to its consumers.

Ulta has been accused by its own lawyers of misleading the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission about the quality of its products.

Ulta Beauty is accused of failing to make an adequate disclosure of ingredients to consumers and failing to provide adequate disclosure about the ingredient levels of its cosmetic products.

Ultas claims that the company’s products are free from harmful or harmful effects.

This comes after an investigation by the ABC’s 6PR program revealed the company had a history of misleading consumers about ingredients, including false claims about how the ingredients it used are linked to cancer and heart disease.

In response to the investigation, Ulta announced it would pay $2 million to settle claims brought against it by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

The company also apologised to consumers for the mistakes and said it would make sure it had done more to ensure it was upfront about its ingredients.

We have already launched a complete change in the way our cosmetic products are made and tested.

We have introduced new packaging and the products will now be made in a safe and transparent manner.

We will also be transparent about the process of our ingredient sourcing and testing process.

However, the ABC has learned that Ulta’s former CEO, James Wilson, has now filed a complaint with the ACCC alleging he was wrongfully misled about the ingredients of Ulta beauty products.

The complaint alleges that Wilson, who resigned from Ulta in November last year, made false and misleading statements to investors and others about Ulta products.

It also alleges that Ultan products were not tested and that Ultacores products were tested and shown to be safe.

Wilson said in a statement that he accepted responsibility for his actions and his firm will be paying a penalty of $2.5 million.

“I deeply regret the mistake that I made and have been working with Ulta to address the concerns raised by the ACCCC,” Wilson said.

“I am very grateful to have the opportunity to be part of the Ulta family and will work hard to make sure Ulta and Ulta customers receive the products that they deserve.”

Ulta said it was cooperating with the commission’s investigation and will take a further investigation into Ultas performance in relation to safety and efficacy.

It said it has removed many of its Ulta cosmetics from the Australian market.

But Ulta is not the only cosmetic company that has been implicated in a legal battle with the government.

On Thursday, the Australian Federal Police filed an affidavit in a case brought by a group of independent researchers who allege the Australian Government failed to disclose information about a cosmetic product manufactured by the cosmetic company OPI that is widely used in the US.

OPI, which has been a US cosmetics supplier for the past 15 years, was also investigated for potentially breaching the Australian Consumer Law by the Federal Police in 2012.

Documents show OPI agreed to pay $20 million to resolve the charges, and the Australian Attorney-General’s Department also agreed to repay $20,000 of OPI’s legal costs.

Despite the allegations in the documents, Ultan Beauty’s new CEO James Wilson said he would not be changing the cosmetic products that are sold to consumers in Australia.

He said he did not believe Ulta would be changing its cosmetics.

And Ulta, which also sells a line of cosmetic products under the name AHA, also told the ABC it would be working with the Australian authorities to ensure that Ultas products were safe.

Ultan has also made changes to the cosmetic ingredients it uses in its products to make them more transparent.

Earlier this year, Ultacore revealed it would end its use of the ingredient that makes up about half of its ingredients portfolio.

Ultacory had previously been accused in the media of using false claims and misleading consumers, and was also being investigated for alleged fraud.

Its parent company, Ultay, also announced changes to its cosmetics portfolio last year to remove the ingredient.

Meanwhile, Ultas parent company Ulta Cosmetics is seeking to buy rival cosmetics firm BeautyLab from a group led by cosmetics billionaire Robert Lipsyte, who was once accused of paying $1.6 million to defraud his customers.

Lipsyte is said to have spent the money on cosmetic products, which he is believed to have sold to unsuspecting customers.

The cosmetics company has also announced plans to introduce an online cosmetics platform called Ultapex.

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