World Archery has warned its athletes about the doping risks surrounding beauty products and supplements.
It comes after two archers failed for banned substance sibutramine during the last year.
This was congested either by the use of nutritional supplements or via beauty products.
Both athletes received bans between six to eight months.
It was found that they took the substance unintentionally, but World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) rules insist that athletes are ultimately responsible for what goes into their bodies.
"World Archery has issued an anti-doping notice to remind athletes to check the contents of any supplement or product and strongly consider the possible implications of consumption," a statement from the world governing body said.
"Prohibited substances may be added deliberately during a product's manufacturing process or included inadvertently through contamination.
"In many cases, the prohibited substance is not listed on the product's ingredient label.
"Athletes are strongly advised to consult a doctor, specialist or their national anti-doping agency before consuming any sort of dietary or beauty supplement.
"Athletes are solely responsible for any substance that enters their body."
World Archery rules subject any athlete competing in a world record status event or world ranking competition to anti-doping tests.
National federations may impose additional controls at other events.