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Decode product batch codes instantly, uncover valuable insight, make informed purchases

Enter the batch code, select the brand, and start decoding to reveal manufacturing and expiry dates, along with more details!

Decode product batch codes instantly, uncover valuable insight, make informed purchases

Enter the batch code, select the brand, and start decoding to reveal manufacturing and expiry dates, along with more details!

Where we decode product batch codes to provide transparency about your purchases.

Easily uncover manufacturing dates, product age, and expiry status. Join us for a confident shopping experience.

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Unlocking Knowledge: Explore Batch Code Insights

Period After Opening (PAO):
Some cosmetics should be used within a specified period after opening due to oxidation and microbiological factors. Look for a symbol on the packaging resembling an open jar with a number inside, indicating the number of months the product is safe to use after opening. For example, if the symbol shows “6M,” it means the product should be used within 6 months of opening.
Production Date:
Unused cosmetics also lose their freshness over time. According to EU law, cosmetics with a shelf life of less than 30 months must display an expiration date.
Here are the typical periods of suitability for use from the date of manufacture:
It’s important to note that shelf life may vary depending on the manufacturer.
Understanding Cosmetic Shelf Life
Ever wonder how long your cosmetics stay fresh? The shelf life of cosmetics depends on two main factors: the period after opening (PAO) and the production date.
Period After Opening (PAO):
Some cosmetics should be used within a specified period after opening due to oxidation and microbiological factors. Look for a symbol on the packaging resembling an open jar with a number inside, indicating the number of months the product is safe to use after opening. For example, if the symbol shows “6M,” it means the product should be used within 6 months of opening.
Production Date:
Unused cosmetics also lose their freshness over time. According to EU law, cosmetics with a shelf life of less than 30 months must display an expiration date.
Here are the typical periods of suitability for use from the date of manufacture:
It’s important to note that shelf life may vary depending on the manufacturer.

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At Batch Check, we’re dedicated to revolutionizing consumer confidence in product purchases. With our simple yet powerful batch code decoding tool, we provide valuable insights into product manufacturing and expiration dates, empowering you to make informed decisions. Join us as we lead the charge towards a more transparent and secure shopping experience.

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