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How long until my product expires?

Because I don’t use preservatives in most items, and everything contains natural, organic materials, they will not last as long as store-bought products. Here is a general expiration list for my more common items:

  • Infused Salt and Sugar: The salt and sugar themselves will last years, but the botanicals and flavors will fade over time. For best results, consume within a year or two.
  • Bath Tea: If kept in a cool, dry place, bath teas will last for 6 months to 1 year. The fragrance of the botanicals will fade over time.
  • Simmer Pots: If kept out of heat and humidity, simmer pots will last 1-2 years. Leafy plants and herbs lose their potency after 1 year, but roots and spices will last longer.
  • Bath Scrub: If stored properly (at room temperature or colder, with no contact with moisture), bath scrubs will last about 6 months.
  • Solid Perfume: Depending on the formulation, about 6 months to 2 years. If the formula includes carrier oils, the shelf life will be shorter. 
  • Roll-On Perfume: Oil-based perfumes will last 6 months to 1 year. Alcohol-based perfume will last about 3 years.
  • Lip Balm: Usually, lip balm will last for 1-2 years. If it smells off or the texture changes, it’s best to discard.
  • Salve: About 6 months to 1 year. Because the salves are made with botanical-infused oils, mileage may vary. Again, if the smell or texture is off, it is best to discard.
  • Body Oil: Generally about 6 months to 1 year, if kept in a cool, dry place away from light. If your oil smells like old wood and crayons – it’s no longer good.
  • Teas and Spices: If kept dry in an airtight container, teas and spices will last for 2-3 years. The flavors and aromas will continue to fade over time.
  • Fermented Syrups: Unopened, these syrups will last for about a year. After opening, store in a cool, dark place for up to 6 months before the flavor starts to fade. Refrigeration will cause the natural sugars to crystallize, and isn’t recommended. As always, if it smells or appears off, it is better to just discard.