Should there be age restrictions for active skincare at stores like Sephora?

Should there be age restrictions for active skincare at stores like Sephora?

The question of age restrictions at Sephora has sparked debate [2, 5]. While Sephora currently doesn’t have age restrictions for buying makeup or skincare [1], some people believe there should be, especially for “active” skincare products aimed at mature skin [2]. This concern arises from the recent trend of “Sephora kids”, where preteens and young teenagers are purchasing expensive skincare and makeup, often influenced by social media [3, 5, 7, 8]. Experts argue that such products offer no proven benefits for young skin and could potentially harm it [9]. Others suggest educating young customers about proper product use and suitability instead of imposing restrictions [4, 10]. Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to allow young people to purchase these products lies with parents and guardians [6].

  1. Those Sephora age-restriction rumors have been grossly exaggerated
  2. Should There Be Age Restrictions At Sephora Or MECCA?
  3. ‘Sephora kids’ and what it says about preteens today
  4. Is Sephora Adding Age Restrictions? – The Brow Snob
  5. What’s up with 10-year-old kids in Sephora? Why the question … –
  6. Re: What age is appropriate? – Beauty Insider Community
  7. So Your Tween Is Shopping at Sephora – The Atlantic
  8. What is a ‘Sephora kid’ and why are TikTokers against them? | Opinion …
  9. “Sephora kids”: Why expensive skin care for tweens makes no sense

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