And I mean skincare products that are made from natural ingredients that do not use parabens.
I do see some products that say on their label, “to be used within 6 months of opening“. Or keep in a “cool, dark place“. This is to ensure that you use the products when it is at its freshest & before it starts to turn rancid or sprout a little mold (does it even bred mold? hmm).
Then I read this blog post by Vivawoman (link is HERE) & she blogged about Storage Tips for Sunscreen. Good tips, by the way.
However, as I read her post, somehow my brain were extracting ideas & thoughts from all over the maps of my mind. Finally, all the puzzles pieced together & came out as, “hmmm I wonder about the natural skincare products that we slap on our faces? I’m sure not ALL of the products are absorbed into the skin. Perhaps some residues are left behind on the surface on our skins. So… … … in other words, that’s going to turn bad in a few hours, right???????”
So…………………………… seriously, the question is: would that skincare ‘residue’ turn bad???
I will not believe it if anyone told me that the products are going to get 100% absorbed into my skin. Cannot be. Surely there will be residue left behind. Even if it’s a little bit. And don’t tell me you don’t mind a LITTLE BIT OF MOLD. Mold is still mold. Rancid will still be rancid. If you don’t mind, then it’s as good as saying “oh i touched a little bit of pee, but THAT’S OKAY. It’s only A LITTLE BIT“…….. then proceeds to eat KFC original 2-piece chicken.
(-_-) <-- the look of despise. you filthy little thing.
ANYWAY, back to the topic.
With those natural skincare products that we put on our faces, we then walk around (introduce air)… and we sweat (introduce water)… and then stroll under the sun (expose to heat). Won’t that make the natural skincare turn bad even quicker than we keep it in the humid bathroom?
CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME ANSWER THIS QUESTION???????????
I’M DYING FROM CURIOUSITY HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hmmm… perhaps we apply an extremely thin layer & just massage/pat/slap our faces till it either gets absorbed by either our faces or it gets absorbed by our fingers. hahaha… that is one method.
I might be just over-thinking this. But it’s a thought, a possible thought. hahahaa