Top 5 Halloween Safety Tips



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Keep toxins out of costumes.

If you're planning to use face paint or makeup, use natural and non-toxic beauty products.

Plan your night ahead.

Start outside well before the sun has set (daylight hours are safest for trick-or-treating).

Wear bright colors and/or add reflective tape to costumes.

Kids, both young and old, should use reflective tape on their treat bags or costumes so vehicles can see them from a good distance away.

Accompany small children all the way to the doors.

Hold hands all the way to the door and don't even bother to ring the doorbell on an unlit front porch.

Always check candy before eating it. Be careful that everything is sealed and safe.

- honest.com

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