Don’t: Buy Makeup or Makeup Brushes

It might seem like a good deal -- until you have to pay for a doctor’s visit and some medication. Makeup and brushes touch your hands, eyes, and mouth. That makes those little containers breeding grounds for all kinds of germs. Even the testers in stores can be a bad idea. You can get skin rashes and serious infections. And used makeup may no longer have labels that list ingredients and warnings and tell you how to use them safely.

Shaneka Young