A long time ago in a land not so far away, I fell in love with Lush but like all good fairy tales, evil lurked around the corner. As fabulous as Lush skincare is, much of it needs to remain fresh, particularly the face masks. So you have to kinda go the extra mile with storage of your Lush…..could prove irritating for some or not a big deal for others. Lush Fresh Facial Masks have to be stored in your fridge and heck in some cases many cosmetic items should be put on ice really to keep them fresh particularly those purchased at Lush.
If you live with a boy chances are you aren’t wanting to store your Lush in your fridge for fear he’ll walk into the living room, munching on it, and proceed to tell you what an incredible cook you are. Horror!
Which brings me to today’s Musings….
Do you store your makeup or skincare in the fridge along with your yogurt and stale bread?
What sort of cosmetics are in your fridge?
Do I store mine in the fridge?
Yes, I do.
I stopped storing Lush in my “food” fridge a long time ago as it’s a tad too weird explaining to friends who look inside what a face mask and moisturizer is doing in there so I went and purchased one of the Deluxe Mini Fridges from ThinkGeek during a sale and now it resides under my bathroom vanity and basically houses all my Lush moisturizers, masks, massage bars, and other bits such as body splash, toners, etc….
I don’t store blushes, eyeliners, or other general cosmetics in the fridge however I have no probs about storing stuff like moisturizer and the likes in it. I do find once it’s been refrigerated that it never truly feels like the same formula if I let it “thaw” out so to speak. This isn’t a prob for me as I simply re-refrigerator it after I use it, no later haters here, moisturizer makes perfectly fine left over fare.
You can actually shell out over $200 for a “cosmetic cooler” but my mini fridge does the trick just fine!
Are you putting your stash on ice?