How Should I Store My Condoms?

To maintain the structural integrity of your condoms, store them in a cool, dry area away from heat and direct sunlight. Heat can breakdown the materials in condoms and make them more susceptible to breakage.
Room temperature is the preferred temperature range for condom storage. Condoms should not be stored in excess of 100 degrees or below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Extreme temperatures can lead to premature aging and deterioration of your condoms.

Places NOT to Store Condoms:

  • Wallet
  • Trunk
  • Glove Box
  • Pocket
  • Fridge/Freezer

Condom Storage Suggestions:

  • Store your older condoms in front and your new ones in back.
  • A light blocking container is perfect, like an empty and clean tin of Altoids.
  • In a side pocket of a purse, cosmetics bag, laptop bag or backpack away from all sharp objects.
  • A drawer
  • Medicine Cabinet
  • Empty jewelry box