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Own a skincare fridge?

Email sent: May 4, 2021 11:11am
Here's what goes inside (and what doesn't).
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Mini skincare fridges may be the trendiest way to store your skin supplies, and for good reason. Chilling your skincare not only feels refreshing, it can help keep the products fresher and reduce skin puffiness and redness.

But not all products play well with cold temps! So which of your products should live in your skincare fridge? Let's break it down.

Definitely Yes!

Eye Creams

Helps de-puff skin and soothe redness

Moisturizers

The Mega-Multitasker All Day Moisturizer or Dream Cream Nighttime Moisturizer has an even more relaxing feel on the skin coming from the fridge

Face  Tools

Any tools you have are perfect to store in the fridge, it makes them feel great and helps de-puff skin

But Skip These!

Oil heavy products 

Any of your face oils, like Golden State Nourishing Facial Oil, or other oil-based products are best kept out of the cooler temps.

Anything clay based

The same is said for any of your clay-based products. This could be the Pore-fectionist Refining Facial or other masks you may have that are clay-based. 

Definitely Yes, Again!

Mists

Toners or facial sprays do great in cool temps

Vitamin C, Retinoids, and Serums

Products like the Glow Getter C E Serum or the Midnight Magic PM Serum are fridge friendly and it can even help them last longer

Sheet Masks 

A cool mask adds tons to the experience

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