Expired Tolnaftate 2012

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grovezy Says:
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Is it safe to use tolnaftate after its expired?



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Michael Angelo 10 Says:
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Is it safe to use tolnoftate after one month of expiration date?

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Chris Says:
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I used 11 years old expired (yes, thats not a typo) spray tinactin (expired 2005, its 2016) continuously for multiple weeks without any negative things happening. Its hard to say if it was helping my athlete's foot though.

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Lisa Says:
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Mine is 10 years old.. I'm using it and it seems to be working a little.

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Kevin Says:

Hello Govezy,

From what I have read on the manufacturer's website it should be safe to use the expired tolnaftate but it has no guarantee of performing as intended. It seems that the expiration date is an estimate of how long the powder/cream/spray will be able to maintain optimal effectiveness. I would advise that you simply get a new one if you would like it to work properly.

I hope that this helps.

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