So you want to be a product junkie? We get it! When you see all the articles titled “How To Avoid Being A Product Junkie,” “Be Free From The Product Junkie Addiction,” “Struggling As A Product Junkie,” and more.
You would think that being a product junkie is a mental disorder or something that needs a cure. Let me tell you that there is nothing wrong with being a product junkie! Yes, a product junkie may have certain flaws that we tend to write off as “wasteful with money” but if you want to purchase products and try them out do not let the blogs stop you.
So what, you love to purchase product after product before having any empties. Okay, so your closet and bins resemble a local hair care store. Guess what? At least you will have a product review on each product to advise others and products to swap/sell. I say that is surely a double win for the product junkie.
However, even though a product junkie has a plethora of products under her belt, there are a couple of things you need to know many of which surround the expiration date.
Keep track of the noted expiration date
The expiration date is usually a number with the letter “M” beside it (month) on an open container icon at the bottom of the product.
This icon encourages the user to toss the hair product, according to the expiration date. When I first learned how to read product labels, I noticed this icon and had no clue what that meant. Honestly, I did not know products had expiration dates. Yes, that’s silly to even think about but true. I did research on it and realized that symbol was the ultimate importance of the product.