An expired Deodorant can irritate your skin, and it can smell fishy as well as unpleasant. Find out different kinds, how to use one, and learn how to store it!
Wondering how to tell if your deodorant has expired? Unfortunately, plenty of us do not know what is the right and proper way to store a it. Others, also, can have a hard time repurchasing their perfect type. If you want to know a bit more about deodorant use, storage, as well as the expiration date – keep on reading! We will save you from many “fishy” situations.
Top 4 Things You Should Know About Your Deodorant – Personal Hygiene Rules Incoming
1Your Deodorant Does Expire
Unfortunately, everything has an expiration date, and this includes your deodorant as well. If you are using an antiperspirant, it will last you for 3 years (tops). If you are using a natural or mild kind, it will last you for 12-24 months. However, every manufacturer will place an expiration date on the bottle – the label will be either on top of the cap or on the back.