Elizabeth Arden batch code decoder, check cosmetics production date
How do I find the Elizabeth Arden cosmetics or perfumes batch code?
Cosmetics produced or distributed by Revlon:
4 or 5 digit batch codes (eg 12285) usually are printed or stamped on the bottom of the packaging.
4 character batch codes (digits and letters) (np. 9B1E) are withdrawn from use and are not supported by CheckFresh.com.
You may also find the expiry date (EXP) on the packaging. For example EXP 15JN: 15 stands for year 2015, JN stands for june (2 letter month in French).
Cosmetics produced or distributed by Elizabeth Arden, Inc:
3 to 5 character batch codes (the 1st or the 2nd character is a digit) (eg L2FA) are usually printed on the bottom of the product packaging.
Who most often checks Elizabeth Arden cosmetics?
|Country||Share||Number of uses|
|🇺🇸 United States||21.66%||72409|
|🇬🇧 United Kingdom||4.17%||13940|
In what years was the date of Elizabeth Arden cosmetics checked?
|Year||Difference||Number of uses|
How long cosmetics are fresh?
A shelf life of cosmetics depends on a period after opening and production date.
Period after opening (PAO). Some cosmetics should be used within a specified period of time after opening due to oxidation and microbiological factors. Their packaging has a drawing of an open jar, inside it, there is a number representing the number of months. In this example, it is 6 months of use after opening.
Production date. Unused cosmetics also lose their freshness and become dry. According to EU law, the manufacturer has to put the expiration date only on cosmetics whose shelf life is less than 30 months. The most common periods of suitability for use from the date of manufacture:
|Perfumes with alcohol||- about 5 years|
|Skin care cosmetics||- minimum 3 years|
|Makeup cosmetics||- from 3 years (mascara) to more than 5 years (powders)|
The shelf life may vary depending on the manufacturer.