First Kit of Latisse 3 Days Past Expiration - Does It Really Matter?
- Asked by San Francisco2903 in San Francisco, CA
- 2 years ago
Do the active/inactive ingredients have at least a 2 month post-expire date shelf life? I know our DR office uses samples all the time that have expired, but we're talking PPI's or ABX... worried about infection or zero results! Thank you in advance, K. Lawrence
Newport Beach Latisse and expiration dates
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Using Latisse after its Expiration Date
Many medications are actually still quite effective long after their expiration date. The dates are usually there because of FDA requirements. If you're using a product after its expiration date and it seems to have less effect then it's time to replace it. Other risks, such as infection, would be very unlikely.
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