Gal reveals shocking truth behind what her popular Shein wallet is actually made from
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Gal reveals shocking truth behind what her popular Shein wallet is actually made from

We are GAGGED!

If you've ever bought yourself a wallet from the Shein, you might wanna take a closer look at what's inside.

A viral video just exposed the fashion site’s wild take on ‘reduce, reuse, recycle.’

In the clip, a woman shows off a shiny black wallet before opening it up, shocking thousands online.

“POV: your card gets stuck in the purse you bought from Shein, so you have to rip it open and find out it’s made out of a COVID testing kit box,” she explains.

Behind the fabric, you can see “Self-test at home” written on the neon orange cardboard lining the wallet.

In just four days the video has racked up a whopping 12 million views.

The comment section was left shook af, with many saying they were tempted to cut open their own Shein wallets.

“I HAVE THAT PURSE, I’M DOING IT,” wrote one user.

another said: "I have a purse from Shein I wonder what it's made out of😭😭."

"I have the EXACT ONE gotta go do some surgery," added a third.

The gal who posted the vid, mentioned in a comment alongside her video that she was caught off guard, but gives credit to Shein for their resourcefulness.

“Shein recycling slay,” she said. Another user added: “I think that’s cool though!! Reusing and recycling is better than making more cardboard or material for the wallet.”

It seems this isn’t the only case, either! Another woman revealed: “Omg I just cut open a shein wallet I had and it was made out of either a biscuit or chocolate box I couldn’t tell the writing wasn’t in English”

Or the only product... "My phone case from Shein was made out of a 'My Little Pony' trading card 😭," said someone else.

What do you think? Is this another controversy on Shein’s list or do we applaud their recycling efforts?