Eigth Thai skincare products in the Phillipines have been recorded with high levels of mercury. While the legal limit is 1ppm, some of the products have been seen to have up to 44,540 ppm of mercury. All these products are being sold by local online sellers. The organization tracking this unlawful trade found high levels of mercuryfrom 44,540 ppmto 8,600 ppm in certain products. As per the ASEAN Cosmetic Directive (ACD), member states have banned mercury and set a limit of 1ppm for cosmetics as it has adverse effects like kidney damage, scarring, skin pigmentation, anxiety, and more. Now the EcoWaste Coalition has asked to strengthen the treaty and tighten custom control and market surveillance in online shopping portals.