Time To Throw Out Your Expired Makeup Products


Many people think expired makeup is safe to use, but this isn't always the case. Potential risks will do harm to your skin and even health, such as clogged pores and bacterial growth. It's important to be mindful of how long your makeup has been in storage so you can avoid these potential health hazards.

If you use expired makeup products, your skin may react to product ingredients. This could lead to redness or irritation. Mold is common with expired cosmetics because moisture builds up inside containers over time, leading to mold growth. This mold growth can trigger breakouts or other irritations.

Another risk of using expired makeup is a change in the color of the product over time. This is particularly relevant for foundation products. The longer the foundation is kept after purchase, it can oxidize. This oxidation can change the color. If you notice your favorite beige color foundation taking on a slightly more orange color, it may be expired. If your foundation starts to separate into layers, or your mascara wand gets dry, you'd better stop using these products.

Here’s a general guide for you. It's about how long the makeup products usually can last after being opened.

Catch a leisure weekend to clear up your makeup products. It's time to throw out the expired makeups, which will protect you from unnecessary skin problems.



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