The cosmetic store in the Philippines’ capital city of Manila sold $30.4 million worth of products in one day, the Philippines National Bank said Friday.
The bank said it is aware of the report and will investigate further.
The goods sold by the shop included “beauty brushes, makeup brushes, foundation brushes, lipstick brushes, eye shadows, nail polish, powder, lip gloss, lipsticks, eyeliners, mascara, concealer, powder eyeliners and eye shadow products,” according to the bank.
The National Bank says the goods were purchased between March 25 and April 11.
The Philippines has been battling the Zika virus for the past month and has seen its worst outbreak of microcephaly, a birth defect caused by Zika, in the past year.
More than 3,400 people have been killed in the outbreak.
The country’s health ministry has said that it is trying to control the outbreak and the number of cases is expected to drop to around 500,000 this month, from nearly 2 million.