Experts say any sunscreen lasts for just three years or less, but being stored in direct sunlight can ruin their protective chemicals. Thus, using one that has gone beyond its valid date that can have disastrous results. Such expired products also have little or no effect against the sun’s harsh rays as the water and oil in it start to separate after the emulsifier in it starts to break down over time. While one of the ways is to check the date, the other is to see if it is discoloured or if there is an odour emanating from it.
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