A mini fridge filled with creams, biologics, and medications sits on a desk next to a potted plant.

Storing My Refrigerated Medications

Last updated: January 2023

There are a few medicines used to treat hives that need to be stored in the fridge. Injectable medications, like Xolair, Dupixent, or Adbry should all be stored in the refrigerator. There are also some creams and lotions that do well to be stored in a cold environment to extend their shelf life, like GladSkin.

A few months ago I started storing my refrigerated medications separately from where I keep my food. In this video, I share my mini-fridge and what I like about it.

Where do you store your refrigerator medications? Let us know in the comments.

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