The brand’s Ulta Beauty Day products are not supposed, in any way, to be used by children, according to the company.
Instead, they’re for adults who need to take their makeup off, according a blog post by Ulta Cosmetics on its website.
“These products are meant for people over the age of 18,” the post reads.
“They are not meant for children.”
The Ulta website notes that its products are also designed for people with sensitive skin, but it says there’s no “safe amount” of Botox gel used in its products.
This is not the first time the Botox brand has come under fire.
In February, an FDA panel released a report on the possible link between Botox products and autism.
The FDA said there were a number of possible side effects associated with the use of Botax products.
The report noted that the products had a variety of potential side effects including allergic reactions, skin rash, and other problems, including “skin ulcers and inflammation of the skin.”
In March, the FDA said that there were concerns over a possible link to autism, but the agency didn’t find any conclusive evidence to support that.
Ulta also made headlines in June, when it announced it was adding a new makeup line to its Beauty and Beauty Blog.
While the company didn’t make any new claims about Botox in that announcement, the post said the new line, which is set to debut in September, was “a new way to look and feel good.”
A spokesperson for Ulta did not immediately respond to a request for comment.