April 1, 2020

You Might Need a Sephora Skincare Fridge In Your Life

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In keeping up with the times Sephora has launched their own mini Skincare Fridge! Yes, Sephora Skincare Fridge might need to be in your life if you don’t already own a skincare fridge. I sort of laugh at this new skincare fridge thing as I’ve had a fridge in my bathroom for ten plus years which people are sort of aghast at when I mention it. “But why…!?” And now it’s all the rage! I like to keep my Lush stuff in there and I also like the feel of a nice cool mask at the end of the day. It’s a handy little thing to have around. I’m not sure if I’m extending the life of my skincare any by keeping it cool but I do know I like the fresh, cool feeling of my moisturizer on my face just out of the fridge or misting myself with my favorite body mist on a hot day after it’s been in the fridge.

Sephora’s Skincare Fridge is $60 and has a warm and a cool setting. One of the reviews does say it’s pretty loud but if you’re putting in your bathroom that might not be a problem for you. I’ve had two fridges in my bathroom in the last two years and both had a rather loud fan. It never bothered me since it’s in the master bath and not directly in my bedroom. I am one one that needs silence when I sleep! I’d never keep a ticking clock in my bedroom as it would drive me nuts. So, yeah, if you’re planning on keeping this in your bedroom best read the reviews about the louder fan.

Would I recommend a skincare fridge? Absolutely! They are pretty awesome for keeping facial rollers, eye rollers, and masks in. And if you’re an avid Lush user it will keep your face masks and skincare from the brand fresher.

Do you already use a mini fridge for your skincare?

Sephora Skincare Fridge is available now.

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  • Rhonda

    Sixty dollars? Really, Sephora? It isn’t that cute and shouldn’t cost more than $40. I’ve had a mini-fridge like this in my bathroom for a few years now, but I use it for milk for my tea, as my office is on the second floor of our house. THANK YOU for posting, I wouldn’t have thought of skincare, and that’s gonna be great for summer. (May need a second fridge, or an actual dorm fridge if I want space for wine.)

  • kjh

    I had a ‘bar sized’ fridge that crapped out. I think the little ones have insufficient capacity for body splashes, facial mists, skincare, and expirable product…like the l/s you have noticed go bad quickly. It really extends the lifespan. The minis are really mini, and are truly more expensive per cubic inch/foot. Get a half-size bigger, and keep some seltzer water and cool snacks. There was a neat retro one in aqua, navy, etc. on Amazon, since we ought not be out looking. A dedicated beauty fridge is a good idea. I have 2 regular fridges that make do, but still miss the convenience of the bar fridge in the bedroom.

    • Isabella Muse

      it was supposed to be April and I doubt they’ll cancel it. I mean there are so many people home right now it’s an ideal situation for them to make $$$

  • Claudia

    Are you telling me your boyfriend doesn’t snore? My hub does AND he wants the sound machine on… loud. I prefer silence when sleeping. I usually wait for him to fall asleep to lower or turn off the sound but if I am mad and therefore bitchy I make him turn it off.
    Never tried a skincare fridge but I keep an eye mask in the regular fridge because I have puffy eyes sometimes. Have you been drinking enough water, must people don’t when it’s cold out but the heat is so dehydrating.

    • Isabella Muse

      No, he doesn’t…! He mumbles in his sleep sometimes if he’s super tired but no snoring. Eep! I wouldn’t be able to sleep with snoring and a sound machine. Oh no! I’d have to sleep in another room haha. I have indeed! I made it a point to make sure I’m well hydrated with all this going but still dry as heck!