Sunblock Expiration Dates?

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Sunscreens usually have an expiration date listed on the bottle. A sunscreen that is past the expiration date must be discarded because it no longer works. Sunscreen is able to work effectively at its original strength for about 3 years.
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Usually when the expiration date on the package indicates. It may have some life a month or so after the expiration date, but why take chances. Buy a new one. Follow the expiration
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if there are 2 sets of digits which are 10 or 11 or 12, or higher does it really matter?
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Milk is usually good for at least a few days after the expiration date. Although, it really depends on the company who made the milk. If you shake the jug and discover lumps, don't
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The general rule of thumb is to throw it away after a year. ChaCha!
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