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EASTBOURNE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 6: A young woman places suncream on her friend while the sunbath on the beach during a heatwave August 6, 2003 in Eastbourne, England. Temperatures in the UK continue to reach hot weather records. (Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)

Sunscreen from 1993?  Yes, Debbie and I have a tube I am pretty sure is from this time period.  Is it still good?

According to the good folks at Parade.com, sunscreen DOES expire. Parade says the active ingredients that you need to have on your skin to block out the sun won’t really exist anymore after a while. So you’re just slathering on pointless lotion at some point.

And what’s more, the heat from your car where you definitely left that bottle, has broken it down even more.

The moral of the story here, just grab a new tube of suncreen if you’re gonna be out in the sun.