Does Sunscreen Expire?

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Welcome back to my rapid fire serious. Does Sunscreen Expire? It’s a good question and the only one I’m tackling today.


Does Sunscreen Expire?

Yes it does.

Generally, sunscreen’s last for three years. So, you can use your sunscreen from last summer but if it’s been five year, get a new one.

All sunscreens should have an expiration date on them. It’s best to stick to that guideline when determining if you should throw one away.

Read more on SPF here.

Buy the sunscreen I’m currently using here.

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