In recent years, a trend has emerged among beauty lovers around the world - the organization and beautiful storage of cosmetics. Cosmetics are laid out in acrylic boxes, special inserts in the chest of drawers are ordered for brushes, and the shelves from the bathroom are moved to beauty refrigerators. Everything must have its place.
With the advent of magic eye patches in our beauty routine, women began to store the remedy for puffiness among yoghurts, vegetables and jars of sauce in the refrigerator.
We saw the first beauty refrigerators at the chief editor of the American Allure Michelle Lee. The beauty guru arranged beautiful jars, product packages and quartz rollers in cute mini-fridges that sat on her makeup table.
All the care products are stored in cute little fridges: patches, sheet masks, creams, serums and rollers.
Nadezhda Sklyarova, cosmetologist at Remedy Lab, told us what products must be kept in the refrigerator.
As a rule, this applies to products in which vitamin C is present - at normal or elevated temperatures, it is destroyed. Especially if he is standing in a bathroom, where warm and hot water often flows.
Cream, serums, napkins with vitamin C must be kept in the refrigerator. In a warm environment, acids (like AHA acids) are also destroyed, so products containing them should also be stored cool.
Cold temperatures tend to keep patches around the eyes, but not because their components are degraded by the heat - it's just convenient to apply as the cold helps reduce puffiness.
But it is worth noting that cosmetics manufacturers create products that, with regular use, are able to maintain the effectiveness of the components for 8 months. And they don't require refrigeration.