What is the best way to keep skin care products?
Stow away your skin care Keeping your skin care products away from light and moisture is the best way to preserve them. By leaving them exposed to light you risk degrading the efficacy of their ingredients, making your products less potent.
Is it OK to keep skincare in the bathroom?
Kimberley Hulme, manager at Face the Future skin clinic, says the bathroom is actually one of the worst spots to keep your skincare and can cut the shelf life of your products down by as much as half.
Should skin care products be refrigerated?
Debra Jaliman MD recommends “storing skin care products at room temperature away from sunlight.” In her opinion, “skin care refrigerators are unnecessary and may even be harmful to your products.” Although a cool sensation is often a sensorial dream, placing products in the fridge can negatively impact skin.
Where is the best place to store serums?
The refrigerator Therefore, it is important to close the bottle properly after each use but also to avoid leaving the container open too long. In addition, the refrigerator is the ideal place to store the product because the cold will slow down the oxidation process and the serum will degrade less quickly than at room temperature.
Where is the best place to put skincare products?
Most skincare products, especially active serums and sunscreen, should be stored in a place that is cold and dark, ideally around 15-25 degrees. But our bathrooms get hot and steamy whenever we shower or take a bath, and those warm heater lights definitely don't make for ideal beauty-storage conditions.