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How to sort your cosmetics?

How to sort your cosmetics?

Cosmetic care is essential for health and wellbeing. That's why it's important to choose them carefully. Shower gel, mascara, face cream or shampoo, the choice is vast on the market. If your beauty products are starting to clutter your shelf or cupboard, it's time to think about sorting them out to make some space. We provide you with some simple tips for sorting your cosmetics.

What is the benefit of sorting your cosmetic products?

Sorting through your cosmetic products is necessary for various reasons. Firstly, this process allows for organisation while adding aesthetic appeal to the room. Indeed, it is never pleasant to see multiple layers of makeup piled on top of each other. By getting rid of unnecessary and cluttering skincare products, you will save time in the morning during your beauty routine. Moreover, you will easily identify those that are expired and those that need to be discarded. Do not forget that after the intended use-by date, both the texture and effectiveness change. This could potentially harm your skin.

Some tips for sorting your cosmetics.

For optimal effectiveness, you should start by clearing your shelves, cupboards or drawers. Nothing should be left lying around the edges of the shower, sink or bathtub.

Next, it is necessary to place all the skincare products in one location to facilitate sorting. You will need to divide them into three groups:

  • The treatments to preserve;

  • The care to be provided;

  • Discardable skincare: damaged, expired, etc.

The products you should keep are those you use daily. These may include lipsticks, foundations, mascaras, and skincare products for the face or body. The products you should give away are those that no longer serve you. After testing them, you may have found that they do not truly meet your expectations or do not suit your complexion. Thus, you can offer them to loved ones. Regarding expired products, remember to recycle the packaging properly: empty the containers without necessarily having to wash them, separate the lid/cap from the bottles/jars when the material is different from the rest of the packaging, and then throw them in the correct recycling bin.

Organisation should be based on their utility or frequency of use. Those that you use daily should be within easy reach. As for the treatments that are used less frequently, they should be placed in a less accessible area. The aim of this work is to have a minimalist, functional and efficient storage space.


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