Does Coppertone sunscreen have an expiration date?
Yes, sunscreen has an expiry date. The product has undergone stability testing to establish its shelf life. We do not recommend the use of an expired sunscreen.
How do you check if sunscreen is expired?
Read the sunscreen label to find the expiration date.
Some sunscreens indicate the expiration date somewhere on the label. Other sunscreens may have printed expiration information on the box. Generally, you can expect sunscreen to last for three years.
Can you use sunscreen that has expired?
Expired sunscreen won’t harm your skin, but it will allow the sun to harm your skin. Using expired sunscreen won’t hurt you directly — as in, it won’t do anything to your skin — but it could set you up for a gnarly sunburn.
Does Bayer own Coppertone?
Leverkusen, September 2, 2019 – Bayer announced today the completion of the sale of the Coppertone™ brand to Beiersdorf for a purchase price of 550 million U.S. dollars.
CAN expired sunscreen cause a rash?
Dr. Wu told us what we needed (but didn’t want to) hear: “Expired sunscreen may no longer protect you from UV rays, and it may also be less water-resistant than what it says on the label,” she says. And that’s just the start: “Over time, ingredients can break down and cause skin irritation and allergic reactions,” Dr.