Every product is independently selected by (obsessive) editors. Things you buy through our links may earn New York a commission. I once read (in Vogue? Mademoiselle?) that keeping your beauty products in the fridge would prevent them from separating and going bad, so I dutifully stuck every serum and cream I had in there. For a while, I would go downstairs every morning to retrieve my face moisturizer from the butter compartment in the fridge — until I realized that all of my beauty products vaguely smelled like food. I quickly headed over to Amazon and snagged myself a tiny $40 mini-fridge to separate my topicals and ingestibles. The Cooluli mini-fridge runs almost silently, uses about as much power as a 50-watt light bulb, and fits in very small spaces — I’ve got mine tucked next to the towels in my bathroom cabinet. Because it isn’t technically a fridge at all (it doesn’t have a compressor or use Freon), it’s perfect for skin care, which you want to keep cool but not frozen. You know how, depending on where you put your cup of yogurt in the fridge, it can come out with shards of ice inside? Imagine that with Good Genes. While my household fridge runs between 33 and 38 degrees...