Now that the world has opened up, people can't wait to pack their bags and travel. While the idea of a vacation is super fun, it can send skincare enthusiasts into a dilemma because they don't know what products to travel with. Instead of packing your bags with various products you won't use, we'd suggest opting for the basics. Here is a skincare packing guide from a certified skincare addict who also happens to be a globe-trotter.
All travel enthusiasts should always keep a travel skincare kit handy. If you are traveling to a place where mercury always stays on the higher side, the harsh UV rays of the sun could wreak havoc on your skin, by inflicting sunburn and tan. Similarly, you may also experience dull, dry skin if you travel to areas with colder temperatures. The cold, glacial winter wind can rob your skin of its natural moisture. Our skincare expert recommends having a travel-size skincare kit to protect your skin from harsh climatic conditions and harmful sun rays. Keep reading to find out about travel essentials, (skincare edition), so that your skin doesn’t give your trouble while you are chilling at the beach or experiencing the surreal beauty of the mountains.
Travel Skincare Kit
You don't need to carry your whole beauty kit while traveling. Our skincare expert suggests that you need only essentials in your travel skincare kit. Let's find out which products are worthy enough to travel the globe with you.
1. Facial Cleanser
A facial cleanser is a must-have product in your travel skincare kit. While traveling, your skin is exposed to dirt, dust, and pollution, which needs to be washed off. Otherwise, it can clog your pores leading to breakouts. Cleanse your skin twice a day to remove makeup, dirt, debris, and grime from the skin’s surface.
2. Natural Moisturiser
Maintaining skin hydration is crucial to keeping your skin healthy and radiant. Invest in a good moisturizer to restore the hydration level of the skin. A lack of moisture can make your skin look dry, dull, and lackluster. So make sure you apply a moisturizer in the morning and before going to bed at night so that the natural hydration level of your skin is not disturbed because of the weather change.
3. Tinted Sunscreen Lotion
The harmful sun rays can damage your skin resulting in hyperpigmentation, dark spots and the appearance of early signs of ageing. To protect your skin from the sun's damaging effect, apply sunscreen with good SPF. Ensure that you reapply sunscreen after every 2-3 hours whenever you are out in the sun.
4. Vitamin C Serum
Vitamin C facial serum is a must-have product in your travel skincare kit. Vitamin C serum is high in antioxidants which neutralizes the damaging effect of free radicals responsible for damaging skin cells. Vitamin C serum also helps lighten, brighten, and evening out your skin tone. It reduces sun tan and protects your skin from environmental aggressors.
5. Facial Wipes
Always keep facial wipes handy while travelling. You may use facial wipes to refresh and revive your face instantly. It can wipe off makeup, dirt, dust and grime from your face making your face look clean and clear. Facial wipes gently remove dirt and impurities from your skin. It restores the hydration level and has a soothing effect on the inflamed skin.
6. Shampoo Bar
Using shampoo bars is recommended while travelling as it is convenient to carry and easy to use. The haircare benefits of natural shampoo bars are aplenty. Shampoo bars are gentle on your scalp and hair, as they clean your scalp and hair without stripping them of their natural oils. In addition, shampoo bars are more economical than liquid shampoo as they last longer.
7. Under Eye Pads
The under-eye area of your skin is very delicate, and you need to take special care of it; it is more prone to dryness; hence you need to keep it hydrated. Under-eye pads are excellent for hydrating and moisturizing the skin under your eyes. Constant travelling can make your eyes look dull and tired. Therefor you need a quick fix to repair that while travelling. So always keep under-eye pads handy in your travel essentials kit.
8. Natural Lip Balm
Lips are also an integral part of your skin, so don't forget to care for your lips. Your travel-size skin care kit should also have a natural lip balm to treat dry and chapped lips. You can also use a tinted one to flaunt your luscious pout in all your travel selfies.
9. Face Mask
While traveling, your skin is exposed to dirt, dust and sun rays which can take a toll on your skin, making it look dark, dull and dry. A face mask can be a savior for your lackluster skin as it removes dirt and grime from your face, making your skin look bright, clear, and radiant. So pop in a nourishing face mask into your travel essential kit to keep your skin hydrated and well-nourished while on the road.
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