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Infinity Jars Review

Infinity Jars sells a very popular line of high performance storage containers for cooking ingredients, dried herbs, bitters, tea, coffee, cosmetics, nuts, oils, etc. They are airtight and light optimized, meaning they block out visible light that degrades organic goods. The result is they keep goods fresh for an extremely long time!

We Have The Science To Keep Your Stuff Fresh

Infinity Jars can actually slow down the decaying process of organic matter while maintaining the freshness of whatever you put inside. What sets Infinity Jars apart from all other jars is that it blocks out all harmful visible light rays while selectively ALLOWING infrared and UV-A rays.

7 Month Tomato Test

This is a lab test between an Infinity Jars all glass apothecary jar and clear glass equivalent. The tomato in the clear glass had mold and microbiological growth while Infinity Jars' tomato showed no signs of drying out and no loss of color. Imagine the difference it can make for any of your products.

2 Month Chive Test

This is a lab test comparing effectiveness at storing chives in (from L to R) the Infinity Jar ultraviolet screwtop jar, an amber screwtop jar, and a clear glass jar. Infinity Jar clearly out-performed the other jars by keeping the chives green and fresh. Chives are among the most fragile and easily perishable herbs you can find at a grocery store. Much like your lotions, essential oils and other products, improper protection against visible light, as seen in the amber and clear glass, will lead to a fast decomposition and degradation.

Infinity Jar versus Common Jar Types

Infinity Jars' special pigmented glass is thicker and more durable than your standard glass; it is smell-proof, blocks harmful UV light and is visually discreet. Furthermore, all of our jar lid systems, the screwtop and glass-on-glass lid, are completely airtight. Your products are totally protected, preserved much like ancient Egyptians- who invented deep violet glass thousands of years ago and preserved precious oils and herbs for centuries in tombs. The integrity of your lotions, essential oils or spices is guaranteed to be protected for over 6 months when you use our products!

Now You Know The Science



I used one of my jars for my olive oil and it tastes just as amazing as it did when I first opened the bottle. I used my spritzer bottle for lemon juice and dill so I can spray my salads and salmon and it tastes amazing in my infinity jars even months later. I have kept fresh herbs in my wide mouth infinity jar and they remained fresh the whole month until I used them all up. 

They have a huge selection of jars to choose from. Take a look!

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