It might be time to invest in a little skincare storage. Hear me out, but a simple swipe through almost any beauty editor’s Insta Stories, and you’ll find that it’s not rare for them to keep a refreshing cold cream or two along with some beauty tools tucked away in their fridge. It’s just an ordinary thing to do now.
Cold-temp products and tools are best for treating inflammation, decreasing fluid buildup, reducing inflammation, toning down swelling and more. With a multitude of benefits, it’s hard to deny that some of us may be missing out by not having a mini skincare fridge (or at least a little clean fridge space to store items).
You may even find that some of your favorite products include certain ingredients that benefit from cold storage. A skincare fridge may not necessarily be considered a must-have or essential, but it is a nice luxurious touch to your routine.
When shopping for a beauty fridge, keep the size and your budget in mind at all times. It can be easy to fall for certain aesthetically pleasing designs like that of Cooluli Beauty and Vanity Planet’s Fria. Thanks to its rising popularity among beauty professionals and enthusiasts alike, you can find a skincare fridge for around $50. They mostly all work the same, bringing the real difference down to design preferences.
If you’re looking for what to store in your skincare fridge, look into water-based formulas. Vitamin C and retinol are also common ingredients to store in your fridge. You can add in tools, sheet masks, creams, toners and so much more. Most fridges are on the small side, so be sure to store your every day and most-used products first.
Here are some top products to add to your skincare fridge.
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