​What your bathroom storage must NOT include

Posted by Luce on May 31, 2017

Yes we are aware that it’s called a “medicine” cabinet, but your prescription meds should stay far away from moisture and humidity. Ideally, room temperature (between 15 to 25 degrees Celsius) is for storing medicine, otherwise the drugs could lose their effectiveness if not stored correctly. 

But while you’re cleaning out your bathroom, also take a look at which medication hasn’t been used in quite a while, and also which has been opened for a long time (like tubes of antiseptic). All out-of-date medicines should be safely disposed of, and the rest stored in a space out of reach from little ones.

​What your bathroom storage must NOT include

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