We all need a cleaner house and a clearer space, right? We’ve put together a list of seventeen quick things that you can purge NOW in order to get you on your way to a tidier bathroom space TODAY. It’s so easy, you won’t believe you haven’t already done it on your own!
Expired makeup – Using expired makeup can lead to eye and skin infections. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
Expired over the counter meds – They’re less (or not) effective, and they could be dangerous.
Expired/unused prescriptions – Turn them in to your local police department or check out fda.gov for safe ways to dispose of prescription medications.
Stretched out hair ties/headbands – Time to bid them adieu.
Make-up samples or things you put away to “try one day” – If that day hasn’t come yet, it’s probably not going to. (Here’s a fun tip: You can sell some of them on eBay!)
Hotel soap/shampoo – If you don’t use it in the few days after you arrive home, you’re not going to. Consider putting together a basket for guests and donating the rest!
Decorative soaps – That bowl of decorative soap is just another thing to clean. You know it’s true.
Hair products that you don’t use or are expired – Don’t love that dry shampoo? Purge it.
Styling tools you no longer use – What about that crimping iron from 1985?
Half used lip balms – I love my chapstick, but I have come to realize I don’t need twelve half-used tubes of it.
Dried up/old nail polish – Is it crusty? Separated? Covered in dust from lack of use? Toss!
Unused perfumes/colognes -You may have liked that strawberry champagne body spray when you were 18, but if it’s not your thing anymore, it shouldn’t be taking up your bathroom real estate.
Unused lotions, soaps, and body wash – If you don’t like it or are allergic to it, get rid of it!
Old, threadbare towels – Time to retire them to the garage/laundry room for green cleaning towels or consider donating to the Humane Society.
Expired sunscreen – Don’t risk your skin or that of your children. Really, you should buy a new bottle every season.
Expired vitamins and supplements – Again, they are less effective and potentially dangerous.