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Due to hygienic reasons, all sales on cosmetics, and other personal items are final and may not be returned.
Orders may be cancelled within 12 hours of being placed.
Keep Your Cosmetics Fresh!
We strive to ensure Eventmakers has the Best products in the industry! The FDA approves every formula we use and adhere to their stringent processes. It is important to keep your cosmetics as fresh as possible to ensure quality and safety. Our recommendations:
*Mascara and liquid eye liner: 3 months. Get a new one every season and toss even sooner if it's dried out or if you've had an eye infection.
*Liquid foundation and concealer: 6 months to 1 year.
*Powder-based cosmetics (e.g., eyeshadows and powder foundation): 12 months.
*Lipsticks and Glosses: 1 to 2 years. If you've had a cold sore, toss your lip products sooner.
*Eye and lip pencils: 1 to 2 years. Sharpen before use to preserve them.
There are no regulations or requirements under current United States law that require cosmetic manufacturers to print expiration dates on the labels of cosmetic products. Manufacturers have the responsibility to determine shelf life for products, as part of their responsibility to substantiate product safety. FDA believes that failure to do so may cause a product to be adulterated or misbranded.
The shelf life for eye-area cosmetics is more limited than for other products. Because of repeated microbial exposure during use by the consumer and the risk of eye infections, manufacturers usually recommend discarding mascara two to four months after purchase. If mascara becomes dry, discard it. Do not add water or, even worse, saliva to moisten it, because that will introduce bacteria into the product. If you have an eye infection, consult a physician immediately, stop using all eye-area cosmetics, and discard those you were using when the infection occurred.
Consumers should be aware that expiration dates are simply "rules of thumb," and that a product's safety may expire long before the expiration date if the product has not been properly stored. Cosmetics that have been improperly stored - for example, exposed to high temperatures or sunlight, or opened and examined by consumers prior to final sale - may deteriorate substantially before the expiration date. On the other hand, products stored under ideal conditions may be acceptable long after the expiration date has been reached.
Please also note sharing makeup increases the risk of contamination.fda.gov