Believe it or not, the majority of sunscreens have a shelf life of between two and three years.
So, if you haven’t recently purchased a new sunscreen, it is wise to do so instead of relying on bottles that may have expired.
If you don’t know whether a sunscreen is expired, you can examine the formula to see if the texture or smell has changed, which can be useful indicators of expiration.
It is important to dispose of expired sunscreen products as they are no longer be effective and, as a result, can lead to burns.
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