First things first, I chopped my hair. Also, I’ve accumulated quite the stash of products in my collection that have expired on me and rambled about them, why I couldn’t finish them, and other thoughts on the ‘tube. Grab a cuppa, head over to YouTube to watch (for the full service of the info box), or just click play down below.
How do you know when the products expire if they don’t have a date on them…. specifically the Kypris serums and oils??
I definitely recommend getting in touch with brands when their products don’t have dates of expiration on them–Kypris Beauty mentioned in a comment on my video that each of their products have a 3-6 month shelf life.
I do agree that natural/organic products usually have a shorter shelf life because of the less harsh/harmful preservatives that they are using. That’s why I like travel/small sized products, making sure that I can finish them before they expire.
That’s definitely a smart idea–though travel/small sized products make me nervous that I’ll run out of them too soon (especially if I like them a lot), so I usually end up saving them…for too long… *face palm. Thanks for reading/watching! xx
Don’t hate me, but I’m not very strict with expiration dates. I tend to use a product unless it’s rancid, of course within limits. I find that many oils often last very long, and I’ve never had any adverse reactions. My kjaer weiss blush lasted me a year and that was fine. However I have started storing unopened products in the fridge and will do the same for stuff I’m taking a break from Inspired by your post.
No hate here! I think the Kjaer Weis blushes have a 12 month shelf life 🙂 I try to be strict but sometimes I’ll keep around my rms pots for more than a year………Fridge is definitely great for extending shelf life! Thanks for reading/watching! xx