It is no news that winter tends to create havoc with your skin, making it dry and parched. Add to this a winter vacation, and your skin’s going to react badly! Between the hustle and bustle of packing, the dry plane air, long flights and luggage allowance issues which restrict you from carrying all your skincare products, it may seem like an impossible task to keep your skin healthy and nourished while travelling.
Well, here’s creating a checklist of skincare travel essentials to ensure that your skin enjoys your winter vacation as much as you do...
- Moisturise often
- Don’t forget the sunscreen
- Open, swipe, clean!
- Include a sheet mask
- Show your lips some love
Cold climate on a winter holiday is definitely going to zap your skin of moisture and make it dry and parched. Using a moisturiser therefore is extremely important and we suggest you go with one such as the Lakmé Peach Milk Soft Creme Moisturizer for the face and the St. Ives Daily Hydrating Vitamin E & Avocado Body Lotion for the body to ensure healthy, baby soft skin.
Don’t forget the sunscreen
Although it may seem like sunscreen is going to be redundant on a winter holiday, that’s most certainly not the case. Although the UVB are not so powerful so you may not tan so much, but the UVA rays that pose more serious threats than just tan, to the skin are still in full force. Hence stocking up on the Lakmé Sun Expert Ultra Matte SPF 50 PA+++ Gel is a great idea.
Open, swipe, clean!
Cleansers are super important to remove all the impurities you may have collected through the day. But if you don’t want to bother with a full-sized makeup cleanser, simply carry the Simple Kind To Skin Micellar Cleansing Wipes that remove makeup and even hydrate the skin. Aren’t you sold already?
Include a sheet mask
Sheet masks are the easiest way to replenish the skin, owing to the huge amounts of serum it is saturated with. They help prevent your skin from drying by locking in moisture and keep it hydrated and supple. Perfect weekend plan, eh?!
Show your lips some love
The skin on your lips is thinner and more delicate compared to the rest of your face. Lips also tend to dry and look parched faster in a drier climate. This is why you need to pack the Lakmé Lip Love Chapstick for lips that stayed moisturised for as long as 22 hours.