It is said that British women have hoarded a large number of beauty products that are actually out of date. of-
Date, according to a recent study by the Netherlands and Barrett.
The study found that bathroom cabinets could be the biggest dumping place for women's cosmetics, and ordinary women admitted they had no cabinets
More than two years.
Some women involved in the study even admitted that the items had been out of date for five years.
Of some of the most popular items that collect dust on our bathroom shelves?
Old shampoo and conditioner sold by date, dusty bath bomb, depilation cream, expired condom, eye drops and cough medicine, unused nail polish, lipstick, blush and creamto name a few.
In fact, as many as 7 out of 10 women may buy beauty products, use them once, and then let it rot behind the cabinet --
They are recognized as beauty lovers by 21 points.
The study, part of the Clean Beauty campaign in the Netherlands and Barrett, aims to encourage transparency in the beauty industry.
But how do you know if beauty products are out of date? of-date?
We list the signs that need attention: another rule to follow is to always check the PAO (
During the opening period)
Symbol on the back or bottom of the product.
This will be displayed as an open jar icon with a number and an "m" inside ".
PAO will give you a general idea of how long you should keep on the bathroom shelf after opening.
For example, if the icon contains "12 m", this indicates that you should probably throw it away after a year of product opening.
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