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Beauty Products To Store In The Fridge

From science-backed retinols to face oils that share ingredients with your green juice, should we be keeping our beauty products in the fridge rather than the bathroom? Whether to increase shelf-life or improve results, read on to discover the beauty buys you should be keeping in the kitchen…

Eye Cream

Applying chilled eye creams to weary peepers will constrict blood vessels and help decrease puffiness. Bonus points if your eye cream has a metal applicator – when cooled, this will enhance the treatment and reduce the flow of fluid into the soft tissue around the eye.

Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Eye Gel, £37.80 (was £42) Bliss

All About Eyes De-Puffing Eye Massage, £24 | Clinique 

Puff Off!, £22.50 | Benefit

 

Perfume

As Insta-worthy as your fragrances are on your windowsill or dresser, constant exposure to excessive light and heat will wreak havoc with your favourite scent as it will break down the delicate balance of chemicals. Refrigerating your fragrance can make it last longer, especially during the warmer summer months.

Flowerhead Eau de Parfum, £135 | Byredo

Santal 33, £165 | Le Labo

L’Ombre Dans L’Eau Eau De Toilette, £80 | Diptyque

 

Nail Colour

Avoid gloopy nail polish by stashing your favourites in the fridge – pigments will remain suspended in the formula thanks to cool temperatures, preserving the life of your polish and stopping it from thickening.

Nail Polish In Lover’s Creep, £19 | Smith & Cult

Le Gel Coat Longwear Top Coat, £20 | Chanel

Nail Polish, Zaknthos Beige, £15 | NARS

 

Retinols & Vitamin C

Certain ingredients are prone to altering their chemical structure as a result of the temperature changes of steamy bathrooms or sun-drenched windowsills: retinols, vitamin C and benzoyl peroxide (acne treatments) should be kept in the fridge where temperatures are stable.

Superstar Retinol Night Oil, £63 | Pestle & Mortar

High Potency Vitamin C Treatment Drops, £125 | Zelens

Bio Retinoid Anti-Aging Cream, £44 | REN

 

Face Masks

Keeping certain face masks cool will work wonders to constrict capillaries and thus soothe and refresh sensitive skin that is prone to redness. If your fridge is on the smaller side, fear not, as masks only need to be chilled an hour before use for maximum benefits.

Phyto Corrective Masque, £55 | SkinCeuticals

Moisture Mask, £58.50 (was £65) | Eve Lom

Hydrating Bio-Cellulose Second Skin Face Mask, £8.50 | Starskin

 

Natural Products

Since organic and natural products don’t contain preservatives, parabens or sulphates to boost longevity, they are best kept in the fridge to extend their shelf life and stop bacteria from blooming.

Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist, £25.60 | Herbivore Botanicals

Super Seed Facial Oil, £70 | Votary

Cell Revitalise Night Moisturiser, £52 | Aurelia

 

Eyeliner

To achieve a more precise feline flick with your eyeliner, make like the pros and pop your liner in the fridge (or freezer if you’re in a rush) for five to ten minutes before sharpening. The result? A flawless, even application.

Colour Chameleon In Bewitching Black, £19 | Charlotte Tilbury

Longwear Eye Pencil, £19 | Laura Mercier

Soft Kohl Pencil In Black, £2.99 | Rimmel


 

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