Your brushes, lipsticks, mascara, eyeliner pencils, and even the eye drop may become the friends of bacteria if you don’t know how to keep them clean.
Lipsticks, mascaras, eyeliner pencils
Lipsticks, mascaras and other makeup tools also bring many kinds of bacteria. Sharing cosmetics or rarely using cosmetic would make them easier to be unhygienic.
Every kind of cosmetic has its own expiration date
Every kind of cosmetic has its own expiration date. Normally, mascara and eyeliner can be used within 6 months, while lipsticks, foundation or finishing powder has expiration date within 2 years.
Bacteria on your face skin, superfluous makeup powder, along with dust in your room would easily stick on your damp brushes. Moreover, many girls often leave their brushes on dressing tables or even in the handbags. Therefore, makeup brushes would be a place for bacteria.
They should be put into a nylon bag or makeup case to keep them clean
You should flick off dust and wash your brushes after making-up by shampoo, then put them into a nylon bag or makeup case to keep them clean.
How to Clean Makeup Brushes
A bottle of sunscreen (about 100ml) is hardly be used up in one summer; therefore it is often kept for the next summer.
The expired suncreen may be harmful for your skin
This economical use is more harmful than what you can expected. The expired sunscreen is no longer able to protect your skin; on the contrary, it may be harmful for your skin.
A suncreen video
Single pill often makes you confuse about its expiration date. Some capsules have sticky covers, which can bring a lot of bacteria.
All of drug should be used no longer than 1 year since the production date
All of drug should be used no longer than 1 year since the production date. Drug need to be kept in bottles instead of being wrapped in paper cover.
An eye drop bottle, regardless of being physiological saline, can not be used after 4 weeks uncovered. Bacteria sticking on the vector may come into your eyes and change eye drop quality.
The eye drop should be kept at cool and dry place
Louis Brown lives in California, where he enjoys writing articles on a variety of subjects, especially lifestyle. By trade, he is a user interface designer.