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|Know When Your Cosmetics Expires by melvinna(f): 1:14pm On Feb 20, 2011|
Like every manufactured product, our makeup and skincare products also have a shelf life. Most don’t carry this date on their packs but it’s necessary to know when our fav mascara becomes a breeding ground for bacteria, so that what we bought to make us beautiful does not end up becoming the source of disease and pain. . Imagine using year old mascara and getting a red eye from it…not fab right?
Find out the expiry date of your beauty products here: http://melvinnabeautyinc.onsugar.com/KNOW-WHEN-TOSS-YOUR-BEAUTY-PRODUCTS-14234573
|Re: Know When Your Cosmetics Expires by melvinna(f): 5:33pm On Feb 23, 2011|
DID YOU KNOW? Modern mascara was created in 1913 by a chemist named T. L. Williams for his sister, Mabel after watching her apply Vaseline to her lashes. This early mascara was made from coal dust mixed with Vaseline petroleum jelly. The product was a success with Mabel. His company Maybelline, a combination of his sister's name and Vaseline, eventually became a leading cosmetics company.
|Re: Know When Your Cosmetics Expires by melvinna(f): 4:12pm On Feb 24, 2011|
DID YOU KNOW? Using a powder puff or foundation wedge for more than 2 weeks without washing can cause a breakout of acne. If you have sensitive skin use baby shampoo and warm water to wash your beauty tools and do wash often.
For more beauty tips n tricks visit the link below or join our fan page on facebook. Search Melvinna Beauty Inc.
|Re: Know When Your Cosmetics Expires by allenmock: 4:38pm On Feb 24, 2011|
Now day lot's of company already mentioned out expiry date of product at date,otherwise your tips would be awesome towards checking out when your cosmetic expiry,
|Re: Know When Your Cosmetics Expires by melvinna(f): 11:02am On Mar 07, 2011|
Have you ever bought a powder, foundation, lipstick or mascara that carries an expiry date. The answer is no, because they don't. Most makeup (unlike every other normal product) don't carry their expiry date.
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