One Poppers, How Many Uses? How to keep it?

3 Mar 2022 | Manual, Poppers

Lifespan of a popper


A question often torments us about Poppers, how long does a bottle last? Breaking down in the middle of a party or having sex is frustrating!
How to keep it in good conditions and enjoy it as long as possible?

Please note, the information we give you may vary depending on the user, but here’s something to give you an idea 😉


How many uses of poppers? 👃


Between 300 and 400 inspirations (for small inspirations of 5 seconds…. , calm down 😂 ) for a standard 13ML bottle. At the price at which the bottles are sold at PoppersPlanet, it’s pretty fair, isn’t it?

Little mathematical moment (please hang on, because we don’t want to have done this for nothing) 🥁 :

350 x 5 seconds = 30 minutes of inhalations;

Then the climbs lasting between 3 and 5 minutes per snort (according to the users), that makes us

30 x 4 min = 120 minutes of effects

That’s 2 hours of hot flashes and joy. Finally, all that to say that it’s very profitable in the end 🧠 ⚡️


How to keep your poppers longer ⏳


Thank God, no calculations this time, but just tips for everyone:

  • As long as the bottle is unopened, if you store it in a cool and ventilated place, you can keep it for up to 18 months
  • Once the bottle has been opened: keep it in the freezer or in the refrigerator, tightly closed, and safe from clumsy hands and wandering noses….(yes, poppers can make people envious, especially if they have just at PoppersPlanet 👸 ); its optimal lifespan will then be around 3 months; beyond that, the product degrades, it becomes less effective and its smell becomes more pungent.


And sometimes the simplest advice is also the best, so for poppers, as with any product, remember to read the instructions on the label, it’s written very small, but there is plenty of useful information. …

See you soon on PoppersPlanet

In the event of an accident, or if a person does not feel well after taking Poppers, we remind you of the useful information:

Emergency call number: 0800 23 13 13 (from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., free call from a landline).

As a reminder:

  • Do not multiply the inhalations in a short period of time (risk of overdose)
  • In case of headache and/or dizziness, stop inhalation and go to fresh air
  • Never use poppers near a flame. The product is highly flammable
  • Avoid liquid contact with mucous membranes, especially nose, mouth and eyes. This can cause burns and/or dry skin