At Maquillage we value two things, makeup and wellness:
So when we discovered a large majority of makeup users were not
aware of what expired makeup can do to their skin we decided to
provide a very important and valuable service. One that could quite possibly keep beautiful people out of their dermatologist�s
office. With our simple-to-use web app you can keep track of the
date your makeup expires and recieve an alert notifiying you so
you can replace it just in the nick of time.
EXPIRING MAKEUP'S EFFECT ON THE SKIN
Expired makeup can start to harbor bacteria. When it comes to your skin, this can mean irritation, inflammation and bumps that look like acne. And when it comes to your eyes, this bacteria buildup can actually cause very dangerous staff infections as well as pink eye. Using expired lipstick can cause swelling.
TIPS & HOW TO'S
MAKEUP HABITS TO AVOID
Sharing eyeliners and lipsticks, you can run the risk of contracting viral infections.
Recent research suggests that you can even contract a staff infection form sharing.
Using Expired Makeup:
Using expired makeup can harbor bacteria causing irritation, inflammation and acne.
Sleeping With Your Makeup On:
Sleeping with makeup on can clog your pores.
Also makeup tends to migrate into your eyes while sleeping and this can cause bumps around the eyes or even worse, an eye infection.
Getting Lash Extensions:
Overusing extensions can lead to hair loss.
If applied poorly, extensions can cause lashes to become brittle and break off.
Also, it is important to do a patch test to make sure you are not allergic to the extension glue.
Applying Eyeliner to Your Water Line:
By using eyeliner pencils, you can introduce foreign bacteria to your eyes. So to avoid this, do not line your inner rims or waterline.