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I think it will be very helpful to have the companies put expiration dates on all thier products.  If you go to checkcosmetic.net, there is a cosmetic calculator. You can enter the brand and the code to find out when a product is made.  I used that a couple times for my "questionable" products.

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@momoftwo2007 wrote:

I think it will be very helpful to have the companies put expiration dates on all thier products.  If you go to checkcosmetic.net, there is a cosmetic calculator. You can enter the brand and the code to find out when a product is made.  I used that a couple times for my "questionable" products.


I never knew about this site. Thank you @momoftwo2007.

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The Korean skincare items I buy always have dates on them.

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I am not the kind of person who would mark dates on my products -- too much work for me.  Sometimes you forget how long you have something and I heard Josie say the oil expires in 2 years if I recall correctly then please mark it on your bottles.  I had a Philosophy micro-delivery exfoliator in the large pump bottle turn to soup in a year.  Cat Very Happy

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@SilleeMee wrote:

@momoftwo2007 wrote:

I think it will be very helpful to have the companies put expiration dates on all thier products.  If you go to checkcosmetic.net, there is a cosmetic calculator. You can enter the brand and the code to find out when a product is made.  I used that a couple times for my "questionable" products.


I never knew about this site. Thank you @momoftwo2007.


@SilleeMee  You are welcome!!