Kim Kardashian's perfume 'banned' in Australia

Sarah Carty
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

She may be the queen of the reality world, but Kim Kardashian‘s quest to dominate the beauty world has come to an abrupt halt Down Under.

According to a report by TMZ, the 37-year-old’s new Crystal Gardenia perfume can’t be sold in Australia because of its ingredients. The website claims the perfume can’t be shipped because it contains “flammable/hazardous material” thanks to its high alcohol content.

Kim Kardashian’s perfume isn’t being shipped to Australia, reports say. (Photo: Getty Images)

The perfume had reportedly stacked up 30,000 orders from people in Australia desperate to get their hands on it, but they may be let down.

According to the report, Kardashian’s team is currently contacting each customer one by one to refund them and are apparently updating the website’s blackout zones.

The perfume, which is her first KKW fragrance, made $13 million in one day when it went on sale in November.

The website claims the perfume can’t be shipped because it contains “flammable/hazardous material” due to its high alcohol content. (Photo: Instagram/kkwfragrance)
According to the report, Kardashian’s team is currently contacting each customer one by one to refund them. (Photo: Instagram/kkwfragrance)

There are three perfumes in the collection: Crystal Gardenia, Crystal Gardenia Oud, and Crystal Gardenia Citrus.

Inspired by crystals, the packaging is in Kardashian’s signature muted, neutral tones.

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