Products In Your Beauty Stash Which Infect The Skin
Hope you all are doing well.
We always make sure to give good care to our skin by pampering it with good brands and we all have our HG products for all range of skin care routine.Â All those products are like a source of happiness for every girls and we get sense of happiness when we use are favorite make up products.
Like good food gives nourishment to our body, same goes with good beauty products, it provide luster, sheen , essential nutrition to our skin and make it supple, smooth and glowing. We always make sure to throw stale and expiry food but what about our Makeup products??
Do you know that our makeup products do have a life span? And every time when we use our makeup they become contaminated by micro bacteria, fungi.
We all know that we need to clean our makeup brushes once a week but we cannot clean our makeup products so what we can do to be assure about sanity of our beauty products?? For that we can have a track on their life span, if you use any skin care and make up product that has crossed it life span, you could end up with an infection.
Do you know how long you should hold on to your favorite liner, foundation, blushes, lipsticks, and other cosmetics? Some make up shouldnâ€™t be kept longer than 3 months, but you can hang on to other paints and varnishes up to 3 years.
So gals, it’s time to take a look in your beauty stash and bid adieu to your old compact, your favorite lipstick, foundation that you have been using for couple of years. So keep a track of all your beauty products. Here is the list of Makeup products with their shelf life
|Make Up Products||Shelf Life|
|Eyeliner (Gel/Liquid)||3 Months|
|Pencil eyeliner||2 years|
|Lip gloss||18-24 months|
|Lipstick and lip liner||1 year|
|Foundation (oil Free)||1 year|
|Foundation (Cream)||18 Months|
|Cream Shadow||18 Months|
Signs when you should throw your makeup products away â€“
- If you feel itching, irritation after applying mascara or eyeliner or any product related to eye.
- If your lipstick, gloss, liner smells different than usual.
- The color of your blush, foundation, creams has changed.
- The texture of makeup products has changed.
We keep our old nail paint, lipstick, glosses, and blushes around because we think one day it will work out and we never pay heed on details that they have actually harming us instead of making us beautiful.
We donâ€™t feel an urge to throw our broken blush or lipstick. Prevention is always better then cures so make sure not to harm your skin by using expired make up So if your gloss is dripping goopy, your nail polish is separating or smelling weird, or your lipstick has a strange smell then usual then pick it up and say them good bye.
So tell me, what products you have been hoarding around since long even though you know itâ€™s maybe out lived its shelf life.
Did you know about these skin infecting products?
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