Determining The Age Of Your Mac Products

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Would you like to know the age of your mac products?

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 It's simple. Just flip your Mac product and look for its product code which is normally found on the container (label part) and on the box. The codes can sometimes be hard to find so a keen eye (and good lighting) is essential.

And then match these codes with the information below:

The First letter represents the batch number of the product. For example A is the first batch, B is the second batch and so forth.

The Second letter or number represents the month of production.

1 = January
2 = February
3 = March
4 = April
5 = May
6 = June
7 = July
8 = August
9 = September
A = October
B = November
C = December

And then, the Third number represents the year of production.


Here are some examples:

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A - First batch
9- September
9 - 2009


Which means that my Mac Florida Cremeblend blush was manufactured September, 2009.


Here's another one. 

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A- First batch
5 - May
0 - 2010


Hence, my Viva Glam Gaga lipstick was manufactured May, 2010.

Got it? Then, just do the math! (wink!) I hope this post helps!

Until then.

Peace and Love!
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