When lipstick goes bad?

All lipsticks have a 2-year lifespan. If yours is over 2 years old, it's time to throw it away. You see, wearing an expired lipstick can cause irritation and inflammation on your lips. Lipstick from a good brand lasts between 12 and 18 months.

Easy ways to find out if your lipstick isn't good to use. Lipsticks expire when the components that hold them together, such as parabens and oils, begin to break down. If the texture or smell changes, it's time to mix them up. Lipstick has lanolin, which has a complex composition and can easily cause allergic reactions such as dryness, itching and pain.

The combination of nude or red colors can create a new product, and this will definitely help if your lipsticks start to separate. A popular project using old lipsticks is to melt all similar shades and create a completely new color. Instead of stuffing your lipstick in the bag, put it in the lunch box with a cooler to prevent it from melting. Expired lipstick has been shown to contain Enterococcus faecalis, a deadly bacteria that causes meningitis, among other potentially deadly side effects.

Of the basic products a beauty enthusiast may have, lipstick is essential, but not always the easiest to understand in terms of lifespan. Finish the rejuvenation of your lipstick by placing similar shades on an empty makeup palette to create your own lipstick tray. For unopened tubes, unopened lipsticks are valid for 2 to 5 years, depending on who you ask. For those of you who just want to be safe, there are some efficient ways to make sure your lipstick is clean and safe to use.

This method will also prevent it from melting due to the high temperatures that can melt lipstick. If your lipsticks are coming apart and there are no other suspicious cases, follow the same instructions as in the previous project. If your lipstick hasn't ruined yet, there are several things you can do right now to avoid having to throw it away prematurely. Right now, I'm giving my friends bottles of lipsticks that I've had in the fridge, as if to spread love, in an effort to keep my (too extensive) collection fresh.