There are objects that we keep at home for a very long time. It doesn’t even occur to us to throw them away! In some cases these can accompany us throughout our life. In other cases, however, they are potentially harmful products.
For this reason we should organize cleaning sessions for our drawers with a certain consistency. In particular, it is important to get rid of one type of product. Here’s what we need to do every year to avoid nasty surprises for our health.
There are products that are present in almost every home: the tricks. We often accumulate them but we never finish them. So we find ourselves with dozens of lipsticks started. In other cases, however, the occasions in which to put on make-up are few. Due to the pandemic, for example, many women have stopped wearing makeup. Between smartworking and masks, the opportunities to wear make-up have diminished. However, all this involves a risk.
In fact, our tricks end up forgotten in our drawers or beauty cases. These products, however, have an expiration date, although not everyone knows it. Continuing to use them when they are expired can lead to risks to our health. In fact, expired makeup can cause skin irritation. But not only that, they can accumulate bacteria that are harmful to our health.
Here’s what we need to do every year to avoid nasty surprises for our health
When it is time for spring cleaning, but not only, we must therefore also think about our tricks! At least once a year, therefore, we will have to throw away the expired ones. In fact, it would be even better to do it every six months. In fact, some tricks, once opened, expire in a short time. You have to go through one trick after another, checking if it’s expired or not.
To facilitate the process, we can mark the date on which we opened the product on a sheet. The tricks, in fact, begin to “expire” in matches from the opening. We therefore need to calculate how much time has passed since we started using the product.
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