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Today, I’m sharing what’s in my travel beauty bag that helps keep skin looking well-rested while traveling. I don’t know about you, but when I’m traveling, my skin can look and feel dry, dehydrated, or dull. Traveling can take a toll on your skin. Dry air, traveling hours, or not drinking as much for less bathroom breaks, all contribute to dry and dull skin. So let me share with you the things I started bringing with me to my travels to keep me looking fresh and well-rested.
What’s In My Travel Beauty Bag?
Tips for Keeping Skin Hydrated and Looking Well-Rested while Traveling
1. Nature Made® Hair Skin & Nails Adult Gummies
I take my beauty gummies daily. So I make sure to bring them with me to my trip too. Nature Made® Hair Skin & Nails Adult Gummies provides 2500 mcg biotin and 100 mg vitamin C per serving that may help support healthy hair, skin, and nails in those deficient in biotin.† Aside from that, Vitamin C provides antioxidant support and supports collagen synthesis.†
Good thing to note when trying to find beauty or any adult gummies:
These Gummies are the only Beauty Gummies that are USP verified, so you know that what’s on the label, is what’s in the Gummies. All of the other Nature Made® Adult Gummies are USP verified too. The U.S. Pharmacopeia Convention (USP) is a third party nonprofit organization that verifies products for purity, potency, and quality. Nature Made® has partnered with the USP, so you get the added assurance that it has the nutrients you’re seeking.
I also started taking Vitamin D3 as recommended by my doctor. So I take my Nature Made® Vitamin D Adult Gummies with me to my travels too. It contains 2000 IU of vitamin D3 per serving and helps support bone, teeth, muscle, and immune health.† D3 is the body’s preferred form of vitamin D.*
*Vitamin D3 is more effective than vitamin D2 at raising and maintaining adequate levels of circulating vitamin D in the body.†
Learn more about Nature Made® and USP here.
2. Sheet Masks
Traveling on a plane makes my skin really dry. So when I went on a 22-hour flight over the summer, I made sure to bring hydrating sheet masks with me. It was a game changer. I really SAW and FELT the huge difference. My skin looked and felt hydrated even after traveling that many hours! Now, I make sure to bring two with me to my travels – one on the way to the destination and one back home.
3. Lip and Eye Gels
Similar to sheet masks, lip and eye gels function to moisturize, specifically your lips and under the eyes. If your lips are starting to feel dry or getting chapped, put on a lip gel! Cold and wind can easily make a number on my lips. So to help heal or prevent dry and chapped lips, bring a lip gel in your bag. Eye gels are perfect for when you’re traveling at night or for several hours. It will help moisturize and prevent or lessen the puffiness under the eye.
I like to bring a small bottle of facial oil or something similar to apply to dry skin around the nose, cuticles, or around the nails. They provide instant hydration and quick relief for dry patches of skin that could happen when traveling during the winter time. It’s also a good alternative to moisturizer during winter season.
5. Lip Balm
Prevention is key. Before your lips even begin to chap, make sure to apply lip balm before your trip. It will act as a protective barrier from dry air, cold, or wind. Constantly reapply after every couple of hours or when you feel your lips are starting to dry, to keep them moisturized.
6. Hand Lotion and Moisturizer
I always bring a hand lotion and my moisturizer with me in my travel cosmetic bag. Like I said, I get so dry easily. So having one handy can provide instant relief!
Are you traveling anytime soon? If yes, try out these tips and see the difference it can make to help you looking fresh, hydrated, and well-rested. And don’t forget to pin the image above to save these tips for later.
† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure prevent any diseases.