Did you ever think what kind of an effect warm and moist environment like a bathroom have on your belongings? Make-up, jewelry, towels, and many more have no place in such an environment.
1. Nail polish
Nail polish has an expiring date of about two years, but that date can change if he is kept in a bathroom instead of on room temperature.
Certainly, meds do not belong in a bathroom, from all the humidity and temperature variations they are better to keep on room temperature.
No matter what kind of make-up you use, it is better for it to be on a room temperature than in a bathroom.
Soaps can get messy, and you have to clean the container they are in and sink almost every day. A far better solution is liquid soap dispenser, much cleaner and you don’t have to wash your bathroom after you wash hands.
Metal and water, not a good combination, even if jewelry won’t rust and fall apart, it will turn color and decay much faster when in such an environment.
6. Bed sheets
If you don’t want your sheets to be molded, it is better to keep them in some less damp place.
If you use a razor, then it is ok for it to be in a bathroom, but unused ones should not be in it, moisture can make a sharp edge dull.
You probably didn’t know, but perfume can be affected by moisture and temperatures variations too. It can change its scent, and you probably don’t want that.