WHY YOU NEED A SKINCARE FRIDGE

from Cooluli

 
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It sounds so extra right? A mini fridge devoted to your beloved skincare products? Isn’t that a little crazy? Not if you’re spending big bucks on beauty items and want to prolong its shelf life. After reading a bunch of reviews and diving deep into the benefits, I finally caved and got a Cooluli Classic 4 Liter Mini Fridge.

WHY COLD THERAPY WORKS

I’ve always loved how chilled skincare provides a luxurious soothing sensation, but there are a number of benefits associated with keeping your skincare in the fridge, too. Using cold formulas and beauty tools calms my skin, preventing redness and reduces puffiness. For decades, supermodels have been rolling ice cubes on their face to de-puff and tighten their jawlines. With the popularity of cold facial rollers, there is a great deal of validity to storing your skincare in the fridge. I personally have seen a big difference in my skin. Its also helped brighten my under-eye circles, tone my face, and minimize the appearance of large pores.

WHAT SKINCARE SHOULD YOU KEEP IN THE FRIDGE?

Products formulated with retinol and vitamin C are sensitive to the heat and light, so as temps rise, it breaks down the chemical structure and effects the potency of the active ingredients. Keeping them at a cool temperature will prolong the shelf life of these products. My top moisturizing creams, serums, some of my face masks are primarily made with these ingredients and have a special spot in the mini fridge. I also keep my face masks in here because of the cooling effect it gives straight out of the fridge.

WHERE TO GET IT

Sure, I could’ve kept all the items in my food fridge, but I just didn’t like the idea of my $85 La Mer moisturizer sitting next to a bottle of soy sauce. Enter the Cooluli Classic 4 Liter Mini Fridge which perfectly stores all my skincare MVP’s. It’s light in weight and easy to handle and use. I can’t help but also love the convenient size, minimal design and easy to store features, too.

Thank you to Cooluli for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.