Written by Doris Donnerman (last updated July 16, 2020)
As just about anyone can attest, the bathroom is usually one of the most disorganized and clutter-stricken rooms in the home. Typically, the large amount of toiletry items stored within a person's bathroom causes this.
Before beginning the task of organizing your toiletries, it is probably helpful to know what is meant by the word "toiletry." The simplest definition of toiletry is anything used in the cleaning or grooming of oneself. Things like soap, deodorant, makeup, and shampoo are all examples of toiletries that can be found in anyone's bathroom.
One of the greatest ways that anyone can reduce the clutter, and therefore be able to organize their bathroom, is through the removal of any toiletry that has exceeded its expiration date. Each and every product in your bathroom has a shelf life. Here are some examples of what those are.
If you cannot find the expiration date on the package, then follow this simplest of rules: if you have had it longer than six months, throw it out.
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