BEAUTY – It would not occur to you to consume a net grouper expired for 10 days. Logic would like it to be the same with your cosmetics. A sort operation is required. Manual.
Summer and winter, you take care of your skin. Moisturizing cream, toning lotion, micellar water, powder, foundation, night cream, body milk, feet, hands, dry oil, makeup … your bathroom is full of products that deserve your full attention. Because if they are supposed to sublimate you, it is necessary to make sure that they are (still) good. Namely, always in the plate side deadlines for use. To find out, sorting is still the best way to take no chances.
In fact, your cosmetic products often mention two different dates, according to the federation of beauty companies (FEBEA): 1) that of expiry, for products whose lifespan is less than 30 months and who takes the form of "to use before end …"; 2) the period after opening (PAO) indicates, it, through a small open jar, the time during which a product is safe, once opened. Also, the symbol appended to 6M or 24M invites you to use the product within this period of time, ie 6 months or 24 months. After this date, it may no longer meet the specifications of the manufacturer.
Without a doubt
Once a year, and the summer may be the time to take a look at your cosmetics to avoid any risk of skin reactions by using, inadvertently, a milk expired. After checking the PAO, if the appearance of the product seems different or the smell seems suspicious, throw it away. To avoid any mess, you could, to start, buy less. This sorting phase will also make you aware of everything in your bathroom and incidentally what you do not use. In this case, give your products still usable. Finally to curb the proliferation of microbes and preserve as long as possible your cream jars, opt for spatulas (bamboo), much more hygienic than the fingers.
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