If you want to use an ancient, traditional beauty product on your face without a prescription, there are ways you can do it.
In the US, it’s common to use cosmetic ingredients in the form of a prescription.
However, in the European Union, it is legal to use cosmetics without a drug license and without a physician’s recommendation.
Some brands may have ingredients that can be considered antique cosmetics.
According to Dr. Anne Schaffner, associate professor of cosmetic surgery at the University of California, Los Angeles, it can be difficult to determine whether an ancient product is an antique product or not.
The best way to determine if an antique cosmetics product is ancient is to see if it contains traces of drugs like cocaine, amphetamines, and marijuana, Schaffners said.
“If it does contain these substances, then it is definitely antique,” Schaffers said.
If it’s not, then you might be using an antique makeup product and you should probably consult your physician to confirm that the ingredients are ancient, she said.
Some ancient cosmetics can contain a high level of caffeine and other stimulants, such as nicotine and alcohol, while others can contain low levels of caffeine.
If you have an issue with an ancient makeup product, you should definitely contact your physician before using it.
To find out if an ancient cosmetic product is legal in your country, look up the products in a cosmetics retailer’s website.
If the product has the ingredients listed above, you can use it in place of an old prescription.
If you have any questions about ancient cosmetics, check out the list of common questions we answered.