To store essential oils, you should keep them in dark glass bottles in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. The ideal temperature for storing essential oils is between 6-10°C (42-50°F), with relative humidity of 35-65%.
Storing essential oils at 20-30°C reduces shelf life of the oils due to evaporation of other volatile components of the essential oils.
Limiting shelf life of unopened oils to 1 year and opened oils to 3 months after opening.
Ensure all lids are sealed tightly and store the bottles upright to prevent leakage. You can also use coolers or insulated containers to help maintain the temperatures when transporting oils over long distances.
Yes, essential oils can be stored in the refrigerator. The consistent temperature and lack of light in the fridge can help preserve the oil.
However, it is not necessary to keep the oils that cold, and some people prefer to store them at room temperature. If you choose to store your essential oils in the fridge, be sure to remove them about 1-2 hours before use so they can return to room temperature.
If oils freeze or form crystals, let them return to room temperature before using. Thawing time varies from minutes to hours depending on the oil. Crystallized oils may liquefy when held or benefit from a warm water "bath".
No, you should not store essential oils in plastic because the essential oils can react with the plastic and leach chemicals into your oil, which may be harmful.
Instead, essential oils should be stored in glass bottles or containers to avoid any contamination.
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