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Travel Tips To Pack Beauty Products Like a Pro

After a year of canceled plans and a lot of time at home, we finally took some trips. I used to have my packing strategy down to a science and could pack for a weekend getaway in minutes, especially for my beauty and skincare items. I had all my travel sizes and backup goods ready to go. 

However, on recent trips, I found myself scrambling to recall what I needed to bring and how to maximize space. On a recent vacation, I found myself with four moisturizers (when one would have sufficed) and miscellaneous things I never use. That’s when I realized I was in desperate need of some beauty travel advice.

Apparently, several other beauty-obsessed people have faced similar difficulties. If you can relate and could need a beauty packing refresher, keep reading for “Travel Tips To Pack Beauty Products Like a Pro”, which will help you maximize space while still ensuring you have all of your essentials.

Travel Tips To Pack Beauty Products Like a Pro

Your beauty packing list consists of below mentioned products:

Skincare:

Bodycare:

Hair care:

Makeup:

Beauty Travel Tips and Tricks:

Multi-purpose products are more versatile than you might expect when saving space. 

Makeup that doubles as skincare is a go-to. 

A tinted sunscreen eliminates the need to pack another makeup product and any additional face UV protection. 

Another multi-purpose product is a cream blush, which may be used as a lip balm, blush, and eyeshadow.

Travel Tips To Pack Beauty Products Like a Pro

Make Your Own Mini Sets

Vacation is not the time to try out a completely new skincare routine. Bring along what you’re already using. 

Make sure to bring a travel size of your current cleanser with you. Because the new environment and altered pH in the tap water will make your skin feel weird, you’ll want to make sure it has something familiar to avoid breakouts or dry skin. 

I enjoy using portable silicone travel bottles because they are simple to refill.

Sunscreen Is A MUST!

Did you know that flying exposes you to some of the highest UV levels your skin will regularly encounter (particularly if you have a window seat!)? 

Ensure your skin is adequately prepared before taking off and keep it available throughout your journey.

Mix Up Your Makeup

It may seem contradictory when attempting to pack light, but trips are the perfect opportunity to try new products and branch out from your regular makeup routine. 

Pack your makeup toiletry bag with your wanderlust in mind. 

Use eyeshadows or lipsticks that you don’t regularly use at home. Wearing a bright, new shade might instantly make you feel like you’re on vacation.

Avoid Post Flight Skin

After a long day of travel, it’s easy to feel that your skin isn’t in the ideal form. 

Early flights, tense check-ins, more UV exposure through airplane windows, cabin pressure, dry air, and mask use can all make your skin feel less than ideal. 

Here are a few strategies for dealing with flying jet lag and keeping your post-flight skin looking its best:

  • Avoid makeup: With masks and the damage that cabin pressure and dry air can wreak on your skin, going bare is the best option for avoiding congestion. If you prefer to have anything on when you arrive, keep the basics in your carry-on in a convenient location. A tinted moisturizer, mascara, and a smidgeon of bronzer or blush to enhance your complexion usually suffice.
  • Stay hydrated: Our skin’s best friend is hydration. Avoiding alcohol on board is a good idea, especially if you know your skin will be subjected to stress. Instead, drink plenty of water, tea, or something with natural electrolytes like coconut water to stay hydrated.
  • Moisturize: While you may want to keep your skin makeup-free during your trip, you should not neglect your skincare routine. Air travel can damage your skin, so keep it hydrated. In addition, I like to bring along a face oil, moisturizing mist, or face lotion in my carry-on.
  • Mini facial: Bring your favorite hydrating sheet masks and eye gels for a quick facial onboard if your flight is longer. Take a chance and pop one of them out while you try to get some sleep.

We hope you found the article on “Travel Tips To Pack Beauty Products Like a Pro” helpful!

You may also read: How To Take Care Of Skin.

We wish you the best skin on your trip!!!

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