Should we refrigerate our supplements? Is it ok to store supplements in a medicine cupboard or kitchen cupboard? These are all practical questions that you might have.
Products that contain DHA typically have specific storage instructions, as fish oil can be very volatile. Thinkmist™ DHA liquid spray is a purified and highly refined whole body fish oil in its natural triglyceride form. This does not contain any artificial preservatives, or additives. Thinkmist™ is made with only purified ingredients, with vitamin E (mixed tocopherols) acting as a natural antioxidant and a natural lemon oil, giving Thinkmist™ a near-neutral taste. This also helps maintain the freshness and purity of our fish oil.
So what about temperature? Once you have used Thinkmist™, administering the first spray, Thinkmist™ should be kept refrigerated, between 0°C and 4°C or 32°F and 40°F. This means that after each use, Thinkmist™ should go back in the refrigerator. The clear cap should always be placed back over the Micromega Mister™ when it is not in use. As with all supplements and medicines, always keep product out of reach of children. It is important your Thinkmist™ bottle is stored as instructed, to ensure optimal freshness.
The expiry date is printed on both the bottle and the box of your Thinkmist™, so make sure to always refer to these dates. Thinkmist™ liquid DHA maintains its potency during its shelf life if left un-opened at the proper storage conditions. After first use, if used as directed and the MircoMega Mister™ has not been removed from the bottle, the Thinkmist™ product integrity remains suitable for use for the number of doses indicated on the label.
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