Beauty & Cosmetics, Skincare

What’s in My Cruelty-Free Skincare Fridge!?

What's in My Cruelty-Free Skincare Fridge!?

Want to take a peek in my cruelty-free skincare fridge?! When it comes to cruelty-free skincare, I’m always trying out new brands and new products. Some products, in my opinion, just perform better or are more enjoyable when kept chilled. Others, like fresh face masks from Lush, need to be stored in a cold environment.

I’ve wanted a cruelty-free skincare fridge for YEARS and was so so excited when NewAir recently sent me one! For a while, I’ve taken up way too much space alongside the food, and I’ve been wanting to get a better solution for some time. I had been browsing and nothing seemed quite right for what I wanted.  They sent me the NewAir AB-850B and it’s huge and everything I could have wanted from a skincare fridge. Take a peek inside and see what I store in it!

Some products I keep in my cruelty-free skincare fridge are:

What’s in My Cruelty-Free Skincare Fridge!?

What products are in my cruelty-free skincare fridge? Find a list below!

Do you have a skincare fridge? What do you keep in it? If not, would you want one? Comment and let me know!

Some products I keep in my cruelty-free skincare fridge are:

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