Herpes can be spread by “sharing objects that have contact with saliva,” including lipstick. But that does not commonly happen because the virus only survives for a couple hours at best.
Herpes can be spread by “sharing objects that have contact with saliva,” including lipstick. But that does not commonly happen because the virus only survives for a couple hours at best. Isabella Bartolucci MCT file
Herpes can be spread by “sharing objects that have contact with saliva,” including lipstick. But that does not commonly happen because the virus only survives for a couple hours at best. Isabella Bartolucci MCT file

Warning: Those lipstick samples could be loaded with poop, investigation finds

November 27, 2017 01:38 PM