This is almost too weird to mention, but in the past few months I have noticed these tiny red dots appearing on my chest and stomach and I have one under my left eyelid? They are flat and once they ...
OKay so on my legs i always have little red dots on them especially on my thighs and they kinda look like small zits. Its aparently just a reaction of when i shave and stuff so i baught the cream and ...
Toss it when the lotion on the inside rim of the container gets crispy. That's my method of judging the freshness!
two years....i heard it on queer guy for the strigt guy
did u no that if u put a-lot of lotion on ur died skin cells come off
Well i would start out by looking for a date on the bottle, if you don't find one then do the next best thing... if you don't remember when you bought it and it is getting a little crusty throw it out.... there are plenty more bottles of lotion out there waiting for you to buy them.
This is one of those things that ya just know! Trust me if you have any doubts....toss it. It's common sense really.
Six months and it begins to separate into its component parts. After a year, using it may give you clogged pores, a rash or worse!
sorry don't no?good ? though.
It depends on the brand, but after awhile it will break down and become watery. It is then past its prime.
when the oil starts separating
about 6 months to a year (depending on what the age was of the lotion when you bought it)
Does is smell okay? Does it have the right texture? If so, it's okay. If not, toss it. Some lotions actually have expiration dates, some don't. Personally, if it doesn't I wouldn't want to be using it anyway, because it's probably all chemicals and petroleum products. P>S> Lanolin is bad, it's made from sheep sweat, mineral oil is bad, it actually DRIES out your skin.
It starts to get thin and smells different than when you bought it.
I always read the ingredients on my body products too.