A word of caution: Always check
the manufacture date of a cosmetic
product before buying it.
Unfortunately, as beauty blogger Canon Ryder
pointed out on TikTok, many third-party discount
retailers sell items that are extremely expired.
In his video, Ryder explains that all you need
is a product’s batch number and you can determine
exactly when it was manufactured.
Using the website m.checkcosmetic.net,
Ryder looks up the manufacture date of
an Olay moisturizer being sold at TJ Maxx.
Once he enters the brand and batch
code he learns that the product being sold was
actually allegedly manufactured in January 2011.
It’s unclear why TJ Maxx would be selling
beauty products that are almost a decade old.
Many users were naturally disturbed
by this new information.
“That should be illegal,”
one person said.
“I’m not even into cosmetics like that but
this is so interesting,” another added