Thanksgiving Travel Tips
Heading out of town for the holidays?
We love a good getaway, but it’s no secret that travel can wreak havoc on your skin. Read on for our best tips to keep your skin looking and feeling its best through the New Year.
Don’t let your skincare routine go on holiday
When it comes to achieving your most radiant and glowing skin, remember that consistency is key. Resist resorting to drugstore products just because they come in travel-friendly sizes. Stick with what you know, and include your skincare regimen in the holiday fun by planning ahead and portioning out your favorite potions into travel containers.
Remember your sunscreen!
Perpetually at the top of our skincare essential list, sunscreen should be in your bag no matter where you’re headed. You can save a little room in your carry-on by using one that multitasks as a primer or BB cream. We love Suntegrity’s 5 in 1 Tinted Sunscreen with SPF 30 protection.
Bring your best moisturizer
Airplane cabins aren’t exactly known for their fresh air. A rich moisturizer will protect your skin from dehydration and replenish its natural barrier to protect itself from airborne nasties. Kindred Skincare’s Intense Moisture is a favorite for its nutritive and deeply hydrating qualities. And on that note…
An Important Thanksgiving Travel Tip: Start hydrating now
Prepare your skin from the inside out by doubling down on your water intake in the days leading up to your departure. Staying hydrated will help skin retain its natural moisture and avoid the appearance of dullness. Add a few slices of potassium-rich cucumber to your water bottle for a nourishing boost.
Pack a sheet mask
Reach for a sheet mask and reach your final destination looking impossibly fresh. Soaked in hydrating serum and easy to use, sheet masks are our favorite travel companion for glowing skin on the go. Try Orgaid’s Greek Yogurt & Nourishing Sheet Mask for extra plump and hydrated skin on arrival.
Keep these Thanksgiving Travel Tips in mind as you go over the river and through the woods this Thanksgiving Holiday!