Travel Skincare Routine

Travel Skincare Routine

girl traveling_skincare for travelLabor Day weekend is just around the corner, and we’re impatiently waiting for Friday to come. Long weekends can be a great time for a little rest and relaxation. But they can also be great for a little jet-setting. Are you planning a getaway this weekend? If you are, then you’ll want to be sure you have your travel skincare routine perfected. Keeping your skin smooth and hydrated during travel isn’t always easy, so we’ve pulled together some tips to up your skincare game when you travel.  

Don’t forget the basics 

Packing can be difficult. It’s so easy to forget items or overpack. When it comes to your travel skincare routine, don’t forget the basics. Start by making a list with all your favorite products and the items you know you can’t live without. Be sure you have your go-to cleanser, serum, sunscreen and moisturizer to start. Then, you can build a great travel kit from there.  

Don’t let flying wear out your skin 

If you’ve flown before, you know that it can be easy to dry out on a flight. The high altitude and the cramped corridors can cause your skin, lips and hair to dry out quickly. Be sure to drink plenty of water before and during your flight and consider bringing some hydrating products on the plane with you. (Just make sure they’re TSA-approved!) Products like hydrating masks and mists can help keep you from drying out, ensuring a more comfortable flight.  

Keep your skin in-check while traveling 

Now that you’ve made it to your destination, it’s important to keep your skin glowing and consistent, avoiding any pesky breakouts. Especially if you have sensitive skin, bringing your products with you—like sensitive skin lotions and cleansers—can keep your skin in check during vacations, weekend getaways or business trips.  

Wherever you’re going—or even if you’re having a staycation—keep your skin glowing so that you can feel your best inside and out. Use these helpful tips to curate your go-to travel skincare routine. If you’re not sure what your skincare routine should be or are having problems with your skin, it might be time to see a dermatologist.  

If you would like more information on Loven Dermatology or would like to schedule an appointment, please call 615-859.7546 or visit lovenderm.com

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