LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A woman who claims she got oral herpes from a lipstick sample has reached a settlement with makeup giant Sephora.

Elena Davoyan of Glendale sued Sephora in October 2017, alleging she got a cold sore on her lip in 2015 after trying a lipstick at Sephora’s store at Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue. The lawsuit says Davoyan never had herpes or cold sores prior to visiting the store.

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A notice of settlement was filed this week in Los Angeles Superior Court. The terms of the settlement were not revealed.

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Sephora’s business model is built around sampling products, and the lawsuit said the company should have known the risks this poses to customers.

In a statement, Sephora says they have resolved the matter while continuing to deny all of the allegations in the complaint.

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“Sephora’s entire retail concept is rooted in self-discovery and or goal is to enable an immersive environment that caters to clients’ desire to learn and play uninhibited in a safe and clean environment. We take product hygiene very seriously and we are dedicated to following best practices in our stores.”