KIM Kardashian’s extravagant new perfume launch has hit a major snag with Aussie customers.
TMZ is claiming that the reality TV star’s product has been banned from coming to our shores after being labelled a “hazardous material.” According to the publication, fans weren’t warned and many haven’t received their bottles of her Crystal Gardenia scent.
The perfume’s alcohol content is the reason behind the ban but insiders told TMZ that Kardashian’s team weren’t informed this would be a problem when it went on sale.
According to The Sun, Kardashian is now offering a full refund to customers in Australia and New Zealand.
Kardashian’s been proudly showing off her new scent on Instagram for weeks.
She previously said it was inspired following the robbery in Paris which saw her held at gunpoint.
Kardashian told Entertainment Tonight: “After my whole Paris situation over a year ago, all my friends would come over and bring me healing crystals.
“I wasn’t really into them. I didn’t know much about them.
“Enough people brought them over that I love the shape, I loved holding it, and I felt like, ‘OK, this is it. I want something that I feel like calms me, is healing…’
“And I wanted the bottle, especially the smaller one.”
She added: “I just loved [how] the properties of the rose quartz and citrine bring happiness. It just meant so much to me to look into what crystals mean and their healing properties.”
This story originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.