A mini fridge with skin care products sits on a night stand.

What's one beauty secret our hosts can't live without? No, we're not talking about how Daphne get's her signature waves or the olive oil Jamika uses to keep her hair moisturized. We're talking about a mini fridge! And it's not to keep food in...

Our hosts say their beauty routines have transformed after setting up a mini fridge in their bathrooms. Here are their two life-changing reasons why they say you should have a mini fridge in your bathroom.

Keep Your Skincare Cold

A top selling point for many skincare products is the cooling effect. With ingredients like menthol, cucumber, peppermint, Aloe Vera, and yogurt becoming more common in our skincare products, a mini fridge is almost as important as the product itself! Keeping the products in the fridge also helps to extend the shelf life! This is because some products require you to keep them in a "cool, dark place," and a skincare fridge instantly ticks both boxes.

Daphne Loves: Storing her face masks in the fridge. She likes the cooling sensation it adds for her morning puffiness and inflammation. Plus, it's where she keeps her products with vitamin C, retinols, and probiotics, which last a little longer in the fridge.

Get more on Daphne's daily skin care routine that you can recreate at home.

Jamika Loves: Keeping Jamaican sea moss gel in her fridge. She uses it as a mask to hydrate her skin and cool her inflammation.

Bonus: Easily Stay Hydrated!

One of the most important parts of getting healthy skin is staying hydrated. So having some water bottles in the fridge is a great way to keep hydration right at your fingertips in the morning. And it'll come in handy in other parts of you skin care routine. Whether you're using a diffuser, filling a humidifier, or creating your own face masks, it's great to have some fresh, clean water on hand in your mini fridge.

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