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I used to do this with my old AHA moisturizer. I'd put it in the fridge! And when I use it, bam... calming cold goodness on my face.

I'm now using Dan's AHA and it works better than ever. I've actually been using AHA for about 5 years now, and Dan's works quite well as the ingredient list is very simple.

Most AHA's that I could find were at the drug store, namely the "lab series" for men, or "polo sport AHA lotion". But those designer brands tend to put a lot of additional ingredients in there.

So my question is...

Will putting AHA in the fridge ruin Dan's product? Not sure about temperature and store here...

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Dan sort of addressed this topic a while back when people were concerned about their products freezing in the packages in the winter. He said that the products should be fine, even if they get frozen for a while, so putting them in your fridge shouldn't be a problem.

He also wrote a blog entry about how he liked putting his BP in the fridge because it was refreshing when he put it on. I'm sure the same applies to the AHA.

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