Apr 14, 2016 11:41 AM EDT

Kylie Jenner’s Lip Kit Factory Blasted For ‘Sweatshop’-like And ‘Unclean Work Environment’

Kylie Jenner's Lip Kit factory employees have described their workplace as a "sweatshop." There have also been comments that the laboratory was an "unclean work environment."

Huffington Post reported that employees at makeup factory Spatz Laboratories, where Kylie Jenner's Lip Kits are developed, complained about their working conditions. The employees took to career site Indeed.com to share their concerns.

"The pay is very minimal for the amount of work that is requested with no benefits and a long term of achieving until you are even reconsidered to be an actual part of the company," a former employee wrote. "[Too] many alpha female workers in the building would require much envy to one another which made the work environment very uncomfortable."

A former production worker revealed that they were required to have early morning shifts and long hours. Apparently, there were no benefits and the turnover rate was high.

According to Pop Crush, Kylie Jenner has not made any comments on the allegations regarding her Lip Kit factory. Spatz Laboratories refuted the claims, though.

"Spatz Laboratories is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to ensuring compliance of all federal and state laws as they apply to the fair treatment and the safe work environment of its team members," the company said in a statement. "This includes but is not limited to all Wage and Hour, Fair Labor Standards, Worker's Compensation and OSHA regulations."

"We take pride in the fact that as a company we have had significant success in developing team members and provide them with long term careers if they choose. The ownership and management of this company takes the health, well-being and success of our employees very seriously and always committed to upholding the highest standards."

Radar Online was able to uncover FDA inspection records of the company revealing that they were cited for several issues at their Oxnard facility in 2006. The issues were believed to have been resolved.

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