8 Beauty Products better were kept in the Fridge

Author |Sep 08, 2018

They better off in a cool place.

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Ask any beauty blogger to open their fridge, and surely they’ll tell you that there are some beauty products in it. Your kitchen fridge isn't only useful for keeping food fresh, but your beauty products too.

There are 8 skincare and beauty products would be better to stick in your fridge:

Face Mist

A soothing face mist can be a hero on a hot, humid day, and the refreshing feeling is all the more welcome when the bottle is cool from the fridge. Try a rose-based formula for instant relief from hot, sticky skin, as well as a slight calming fragrance.

Nail Varnish

Opening a nail varnish to find the liquid have turned tacky is always annoying. Extend the life of your favourite shade by putting it in the fridge – the cooler air will maintain the integrity of the solvents inside.


Balm formulas generally melt at 37 degrees (aka your body's natural temperature). So when it is placed in direct sunlight, your favourite face balm will quickly become liquid. It makes the waxes and oils inside to separate. The average fridge temperature comes in at around 1.6 degrees, which is perfect for keeping these textures in place.

Organic formulations

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Natural skincare products may slot seamlessly into a low-tox lifestyle, but they’re also trickier to keep fresh. Without the addition of chemical preservatives, organic extracts can spoil much faster than their artificial sisters. Keeping preservative-free skincare in the fridge will help keep bacteria at bay, extending the life of your favourite oils and serums.


If the heat is transforming your smoky eye into more of a smudgy mess, just put your eyeliner in the fridge for 10 minutes before using it. With the point firmer, you’ll have more control when applying it.

Eye cream

With the hot weather making it tough to get a good night’s sleep, you’ve likely noticed a spot of puffiness  and darkness under your eyes in the morning. An ice-cool eye cream can help decrease unwanted eye bags as soon as possible. The cooler temperature will aid vasoconstriction, which restricts the flow of liquid to the under-eye area, helping to calm puffiness.

A jade roller

We’re huge believers in the puff-decreasing powers of a traditional jade roller, and if you haven’t yet familiarised yourself with these ancient massage tools, now’s your time. Pop one in your fridge (or even better, the freezer) then roll over tired temples after a sweaty commute. You can thank us later.

Sheet Masks

When the temperature is over 30 and your home feels more like a stove, there’s only one thing to think of. A chilled sheet mask is the closest thing you can get to your skin breath in these clammy climes. Try one with brightening actives for serious skin benefits as well as a cooler, calmer complexion.


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