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PerfumesThese don’t keep well, especially when exposed to sunlight and fluctuating temperatures. If you have a signature fragrance, accept you’re not likely to wear the others in your collection and pass them on before they’re past their best, or bin them if you’ve had them for years. If you like to change your fragrance frequently, think about getting the smallest bottle you can and throw it away or pass it on once you’ve had enough of it – don’t hoard all the fragrances you’ve purchased.Tell us…Are you planning to clear out your bathroom cabinet, and have these tips inspired you? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.
Ditch what’s out of dateHave a new-term tidy up, but give it a focus, too. Chuck out any expired medicines, lotions or bath products. There will be a use by date on medicines but apply common sense with less serious products. If you haven’t used that tube of foot exfoliator this summer, you probably never will. Bin it! Take the same approach with make-up. Old make-up can harbour bacteria and lead to eye infections, so check the labels for how long each item should be open and in use for, and ditch accordingly.