Kylie Jenner has finally found a cause she can really, truly get behind: preventing her business from losing money.
In a fit of pure humanitarianism, the 19-year-old reality star posted a series of 20 videos on Snapchat on Wednesday, warning fans not to buy fake Kylie Cosmetics products.
(Yes, it really was 20 Snapchats. I counted. Kylie is very determined to keep her fans safely spending money on her website and her website only. )
It all started when Kylie discovered a fake website called KylieCosmeticsOutlet.com.
In her snaps, Kylie said,
This fake website is still currently up and running, but no doubt Kylie's team will have it shut down very soon.
While the websites look nearly identical (including the prices), Kylie warned her fans the knock-off products are full of "really dangerous" ingredients. She said,
To further emphasize her point of just how "dangerous" it can be, Kylie also retweeted stories from fans who had first-hand experiences with fake Kylie products.
Kylie did take a brief break from this crusade to devote a few Snapchats to the Smile Train, an organization Kylie donates to that's devoted to helping children in poverty.
But don't worry — after all that save the children crap, she got right back to the real cause.
Kylie is just looking out for the safety of your lips, you guys. She's a true philanthropist.