,, I want to buy skin care, but why does the night cream have to be stored in a refrigerator, if it’s not stored a month, it must be clean. Is the cream safe …
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Need to clarify, what exactly do you mean? What are the ingredients in the cream? Is the use recommended directly by a doctor?
Night cream is usually used for various purposes, for example, brighten the skin, disguise black spots, rejuvenate the skin, minimize inflammation, and so forth. Because of the diverse purposes for which it is used, the composition in night creams can also vary greatly. Not only the composition, assessing the safety of a night cream must also be considered based on the production date and expiry date, how it is stored, its interactions with other skin care products that are being used, and so on.
Most types of night cream are more stable composition if stored in a cool place and avoid direct exposure to sunlight. By storing the night cream in the fridge (refrigerator), the freshness and cleanliness of the cream can be more awake, so hopefully the resulting properties can be optimized. Some creams can indeed change in composition if left on for long periods. Therefore, most creams are recommended to be used until they run out within a certain period (usually around 2 to 8 weeks). This does not necessarily distinguish whether the cream is safe to use or not.
You should not be careless in choosing night cream, for any purpose. Check your skin condition directly to the nearest doctor or dermatologist. Of course, the needs of each person for a skin care product can vary greatly, depending on the type of skin, the problems that exist in the skin, budget, age, other conditions (such as being pregnant or breastfeeding), and so on. Therefore, it can not be generalized huh ... Dengen went to the doctor directly, of course the doctor can choose for you the type of skin care products that are safe and appropriate for you to use.
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