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What To Do With Your Sun Cream From Last Season

What To Do With Your Sun Cream From Last Season

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Secure use of up to 6 months from the deadline

Half full bottle of sunscreen left you from last year, to which the expiry date has past. The safest option is to save the protective cream immediately after the deadline, or as page youbeauty.com says in “crisis” situations is safe for use, and six months after the deadline.

Formulas in sunscreens are different, so it is not possible to give a record of durability for all. There are also other factors that affect the composition, such as heat and UV rays; you do not need to carry to the beach because you should not leavethem on direct sunlight and high temperatures (eg. in the car).

Sunscreens undergoing testing in the same plastic containers which are sold to ensure the immutability of the formula (in contact with different materials, it can be changed), or during the time and under the influence of heat, plastic can break down, which would mean that besides you apply creams you apply yourself a plastic particles, too.

Be sure to note that the strange smell of cream or changed structure of the content are clear signs that immediately, without thinking, you should throw it away!