Why I'm Storing My Cosmetics in the Makeup Fridge... and You Should Too!

If you've been using beauty products for a while, you know that the very best creams, serums and lotions are the ones that contain fresh ingredients and few to no preservatives. These kind of products, while being the best for your skin and overall health, have one significant drawback: a short shelf life.
So what's a girl to do? 

The simple solution is putting your cosmetics in the fridge to keep them fresh longer. But do you really want to store your favorite rose petal cream in the kitchen fridge next to a head of lettuce and yesterday's mashed potatoes? I don't think so! Besides, it might not be the most hygienic thing, either.
Thankfully, modern technology comes to our rescue in solving this problem.
Meet the Cooling Beauty Makeup Fridge, an invention that is as useful as it is simple. It is just what it sounds like: a mini fridge that can fit in your bathroom or on your vanity that will keep your beauty products fresh for longer without freezing them. It will keep them at an ideal temperature, and potentially save you tons of money since you won't have to throw so many expired products away anymore!
Besides the lovers of natural cosmetics, a makeup fridge is also a must-have for those of us who like to indulge in luxury skincare products from time to time. If you have an expensive face mask that you only use once a week or a $200 face cream reserved for special occasions, you don't want to risk that stuff going bad because you store it improperly, am I right?
So what kind of products can you store in the Cooling Beauty Makeup Fridge? 
Facial oils, creams, mists and serums, eye gels and patches (keeping them in the fridge will increase their effectiveness), Aloe Vera, teeth whitening products, products containing retinoids or vitamin C, fragrances, probiotics, scalp care products, jade rollers and more.
If you think about it, you probably have hundreds of dollars worth of beauty products at any given time, so it kind of makes sense to protect that investment, doesn't it?