Expiration date?

MrRainybowbow MrRainybowbow
Sliquid organics gel
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What would be the shelf life of these?
11/16/2010
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Taylor Taylor
I'm not an expert on lube but I usually toss stuff after one year. If it smells funny or anything you might toss it even sooner.
11/16/2010
CSEA CSEA
Yea I agree. Most of them dont really say much. But I wouldnt keep them in really hot or humid areas and sounds about right to tosss em out if you see anything different. (scent, color, etc)
01/04/2011
mikebooks mikebooks
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Originally posted by MrRainybowbow
What would be the shelf life of these?
I was wondering the same. And maybe - is there some limit like "use within 2 months after opening" or something like that?
02/24/2011
SapphirexIce SapphirexIce
I had my Wet silicone almost a year i think thats why i got infections so yeah after a year id throw em out.
03/11/2011
Review It Review It
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Originally posted by MrRainybowbow
What would be the shelf life of these?
I was wondering the same thing!
11/21/2011
Stinkytofu10 Stinkytofu10
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Originally posted by SapphirexIce
I had my Wet silicone almost a year i think thats why i got infections so yeah after a year id throw em out.
ah, we have a big bottle of lube that's been around for almost 10 months now. It's only about half used. Sad to think we should probably get rid of it soon
11/21/2011
Review It Review It
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Originally posted by MrRainybowbow
What would be the shelf life of these?
I am wondering the same thing.
11/21/2011
JadeKitten JadeKitten
I think they should put a suggest expiration date (After opening) on this, especially for organic lubes as they can sometimes ruin faster.
04/15/2012
butterflygirlxo butterflygirlxo
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Originally posted by JadeKitten
I think they should put a suggest expiration date (After opening) on this, especially for organic lubes as they can sometimes ruin faster.
I agree!
04/22/2012
ghalik ghalik
If it doesn't have a preservative I would toss it within 6 months to a year. You could refrigerate it if you want it to last longer.
04/22/2012
indiechick indiechick
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Originally posted by MrRainybowbow
What would be the shelf life of these?
Know your lube like you know your body if it changes its time to go. Keep it in a cool dry place and it should last as long as it takes to use it up. I've got a bottle that I've had for a while (over a year) that still works the same and is my travel option/ back up. And its doing fine
06/03/2012
caseyb caseyb
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Originally posted by Taylor
I'm not an expert on lube but I usually toss stuff after one year. If it smells funny or anything you might toss it even sooner.
thats what i would think
08/21/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
I would contact the manufacturer or submit a support ticket on Eden. Because Sliquid organics has no icky preservatives that means it probably expires faster. It's a good idea to double check. The organic lube I buy has a 6 mo from opening expiration.
08/21/2012
Mamastoys Mamastoys
I would say about a year but I'm not sure. I kinda compare them to some medicines...it would be better to check with the manufacturer..and when you find out, please let us know!!
08/21/2012
powerqueen powerqueen
Ahh I have never thought about this before! So dissappointing!
05/06/2013
Mr. E Mr. E
It would be nice if the manufacturers would put an expiration date on the bottles.
05/06/2013
froggiemoma froggiemoma
have been wonder the same thing.
05/08/2013
evanescentowl evanescentowl
On a lot of makeup and beauty products, they put the shelf-life on it, sort of like the recycling symbol. It looks like a little circular dish with a number on the inside, standing for how many months after purchase it'll be good for.

That being said, the sliquid products I have don't have that. :/ I wish they did! Especially because this one is organic, I would imagine it would expire faster than other products. I would toss after a year, but if anything changes in consistency or texture before then, it's probably done for.
05/13/2013
gsfanatic gsfanatic
A year in a temperature controlled space is pretty typical. Your results can vary, so if you notice any changes in consistency, probably better to toss it
05/14/2013
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