Travel Skincare Tips



As important as it is to find cheap travel optionssuch as cheapairplane tickets, discount hotel rooms, and cheap vacation packages, youneed to remember that travel can be really tough on your skin.

Many a traveler has reached his or her destination only torealize that their moisturizer was left at home.  If you are in a foreign country, you may notbe able to get an exact replacement.  Whoknows what effect a different brand might have on your skin? 

Breakouts and dryness could happen with or without yourfavorite moisturizer since this is one of the ways your body might react tovarious stressors brought on by travel.

The good news is that there are ways to get your body back inalignment that do not have to involve a visit to a drugstore. 

When travel calls for you to reboot your body you should dothe following, according to Violet Mkhitaryan, an aesthetician and spa ownerexperienced in time tested skincare regimens:

·     Exfoliateto clean and refresh.  Anything abrasive givesskin a deep clean and helps remove dirt and oil.  Mix used coffee grounds with a teaspoon ofsour cream, massaging the blend into your skin. Leave it on for 10 to 15minutes.  The grounds act as an exfoliantand the cream moisturizes.

 

·     Renewyour natural glow.  Help close pores,nourish skin, and rejuvenate your look by creating a dense, soothing slather: atablespoon of oatmeal blended with a dollop or two of heavy cream.  Apply to your face and leave for 10 to 15minutes, then rinse off.

 

·     Hydrateas much as possible.  Fruits andvegetables have a higher moisture content than any other food.  Take two strawberries, three grapes, and athird of a banana.  Mash them together ina bowl with the back of a spoon, add a dollop of sour cream, apply the mixtureto your face, and leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes.  Rinse and feel refreshed and hydrated.

 

·     Tone upyour skin which needs a regular boost. Skin requires a chance to open up and breath.  Lay a tissue over your face as a sheet maskand then use a cotton ball to apply either cucumber or watermelon juice.  Let it sit for five minutes, then rinse off.

 

·     Puffyskin is common when your skin’s moisture levels are messed up by a plane’srecirculated air.  At high altitudes, youare dry.  Once on the ground, things canchange dramatically, especially if you arrive somewhere humid or rainy.  The consequences are puffiness, particularlyaround the eyes.  The solution is tomassage your face with ice for a few minutes to help recalibrate everything.

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