When should you throw out nail polish?

According to Seventeen, polish should last for up to two years once opened, but if it’s still separated and “won’t blend after a quick shake,” toss it.

Can you just throw out nail polish?

Like we mentioned earlier, do not toss out your dried-up nail polish with your usual garbage haul or pour it down the sink—nail polish and remover are considered hazardous waste because they’re flammable and contain toxic chemicals.

What should I do with old nail polish?

How to recycle / dispose nail polish
  1. Pour the remaining nail polish onto a piece of scrap newspaper to allow it to dry.
  2. Leave the cap off of the bottle and let the residual polish dry out completely.
  3. Once the paper and the bottle are dry, place them into your regular household trash.

How can you tell if nail polish is bad?

It’s quick to say that your nail polish was low after two years, then simply throw it. If your nails are gone wrong, the texture of your nail polish is a dead gift. You probably have a bad nail polish if your Nail polish is thick, gloopy, and virtually very hard to handle.