Are your old MAC lipsticks still safe to use?

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    Are your old MAC lipsticks still safe to use?

    I got Russian Red in 2014, used it a couple of times but there is still plenty of product. It still smells like vanilla and I see no changes. I disinfect my MAC lipsticks a couple of times a year, store them away from light and mostly use a clean lip brush for application (otherwise just straight from the tube).

    But they say to toss your lipstick after some time.
    I have purchased alot of MAC lipsticks since Russian Red and I can't believe you have to throw them into the trash so early.

    What are your opinions about this?

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    Test it out. If it affects you aversely, set it aside for Back2MAC and get a new one. If not... :shrug:
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