If you are the one who love travelling or want to come to new lands, you do not want to miss these tips here for your skin when you travel. Skin care plays an important role on girls’ luggage.1. Moisturize
Apply intense moisturizer the night before you are going to fly. This will help increase hydration in your skin before you’re exposed to the dehydrating effects of cabin pressure, says Risi-Leanne Baranza, editor in chief of Palacinka.com, a beauty and spa industry publication.
2. Mist With Mineral Water
To refresh makeup while traveling, never glob on more foundation or blush. Instead, use a mister of mineral water and add a dab of moisturizer, says Los Angeles makeup artist Beth Binder.
3. Add Some ShimmerDoes traveling leave you feeling a bit green in the gills? Perk up a tired or sallow complexion with a soft shimmer powder or cream, says Joyce Carboni, founder and director of Skinsational Skin and Body Spa in San Diego. Stroke it lightly on the tops of cheeks, bridge of the nose, and lips for an instant pick-me-up no matter how tired (or queasy) you feel. Or use a combination of cream blush and lip balm to add color and moisture without dehydrating skin.
4. Skip Long-Lasting LipsticksTo give lips color that will last through your trip, skip the long-lasting lipsticks — they’ll only dehydrate and parch your mouth. Instead, Crimson says, color your lips with several coats of a lip stain, let dry, then top with a clear gloss. Reapply the gloss throughout the trip and your lips will look “just-made-up” fresh.
5. Apply Lip Treatment LiberallyYou can further protect your kisser by packing a lip treatment in your carry-on bag and using it liberally while traveling, says Silverjet Airlines flight attendant Danielle Easton. Her one flying “must have”: “A medicated lip balm, because it won’t rub your lipstick off and it keeps lips hydrated while flying,” she says. It also works on bus and train rides, she says, when high heat or air conditioning can also cause lips to feel dehydrated.
6. Keep Your Hands Off Your FaceTo minimize breakouts while you’re on vacation, dermatologist Erin Welch, MD, says to avoid touching your skin while you travel. “You can pick up any number of unknown bacteria that can result in any number of skin problems after you arrive,” says Welch, a professor of dermatology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. If you’re going to apply makeup while you’re in transit, Welch says use an antibacterial hand wash on your hands first to further protect your skin.