LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A woman was arrested on suspicion of selling counterfeit Botox and Juvederm products without a medical license.

Josefa Acosta, 57, a resident of Palm Desert, was arrested and booked into jail Friday for “Furnishing Prescription Drugs Without A License” after allegedly selling counterfeit Botox to undercover officers with the Los Angeles Police Department’s Commercial Crimes Division, Illicit Pharmaceutical and Counterfeit Unit (IPCU).

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Acosta is suspected of setting up an online store and a makeshift medical office within her residence. IPCU detectives also confiscated Juvéderm, syringes, and other pharmaceuticals that should only be possessed by licensed medical professionals, investigators said.

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Samples of the numerous seized pharmaceuticals were sent to a laboratory for testing and deemed counterfeit by the manufacturer, in violation of recorded and registered trademarks, investigators added.

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To prevent the risk of buying counterfeit, law enforcement officials say consumers should only buy products from authorized medical providers or directly from the manufacturers.