A general rule of thumb is: if it rests on the store shelf there is certainly usually (always) something in the merchandise(s) that produce this possible. It is synthetic preservatives and a mix of dangerous chemicals Usually. At best it is a minimal lever sodium or alcohol-based component. The main reason for these preservatives is so products can be stored (sitting on shelves) for long periods of time before being opened. Also so products can be stabilized (i.e. unaffected by temperature, cold, bright lighting etc), and shipped worldwide; because the purpose of the overall game with cosmetic companies is globally domination to increase consumer consumption.
JOLI Natural Skin Care products can’t be within stores because of this very reason, they don’t contain all those skin-irritating additives. Though you might be wondering, does this mean JOLI products are inferior to store bought products. Will they not last as long? It might amaze to you know that store bought products don’t last so long as you think once opened up. All skin care and makeup products have ‘use by / best before’ schedules (whether they’re included on the labeling or not).
And how one individual uses and stores a product differs to another this means these dates may differ from individual to individual. It all depends on how you treat your products. Sharing with a friend or utilizing a product on contamination (conjunctivitis, cold-sores) for example can reduce the product shelf life.
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