By Laura GellerCBC NewsThe secret makeup industry is booming.

But many of the makeup brands and cosmetic products on sale in stores are selling products that are not tested and tested to make sure they are safe.

Many of these products are sold in China, where they are not considered safe and can contain chemicals like formaldehyde and parabens that can cause skin and eyes problems.

The CBC’s Marketplace team has been testing many of these cosmetics in China and Canada.

They found that most of the products on the market are not safe for consumers.

For example, many of our Marketplace Marketplace shoppers are getting tested for paraben, but many of them don’t know it because they haven’t been exposed to it.

Paraben is a chemical that can irritate the skin.

And, because it can be found in many cosmetics, it can also cause skin irritation.

Marketplace shoppers have tested the products they’ve purchased to see if they contain parabenzas, and many of those products tested positive for paracondens.

They don’t necessarily need to worry about paracord or other household chemicals.

But there are other chemicals in some of these cosmetic products that may pose health risks.

Marketplace buyers have also found some products with parabenes that are potentially hazardous to the health of people who are pregnant or nursing.

We’re calling on consumers to be cautious when they choose these products.

Marketplace Marketplace customers can also get a free test for paracetamol.

Paracetamols are a type of drug that is often prescribed to treat pain.

They can also be used as a painkiller and as an antiseptic.

Marketplace is a service of the CBC, and all opinions are those of the Marketplace team.