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9 Helpful Beauty Tips for Your Next Holiday

Going on holiday is a great way to recharge, meet new people and enrich your life with brand-new experiences.

Although it can be enjoyable and exciting, it can also be incredibly stressful. You need to take good care of yourself while on holiday.

In fact, research suggests that 2 in 5 travellers, making up about 41%, experience stress when planning their trip.

The goal is to come back fully relaxed after your travels, making it essential for you to identify simple yet effective ways to be well-rested during your trip.

This includes taking good care of your skin, so it can glow throughout and even after your holiday.

As a result, it's critical to embrace a few beauty hacks that will enable you to look good even on the longest and most tiring of journeys.

In this post, find out about some beauty suggestions to help you achieve just that!

1. Forgo the foundation

One simple beauty hack you can consider on the day of your trip is to forgo your make-up and use only moisturiser to prevent skin dryness or dehydration.

The day of your trip could be quite stressful as it may be packed with travel-related activities, which could take a toll on your skin if you don’t prepare adequately.

Skipping your foundation could reduce the likelihood of worrying about ruining it when you’re sweating, especially since you may not have the time to reapply it.

2. Skip long-lasting make-up

Another thing to think about while travelling is skipping long-lasting make-up. Doing this will help prevent your face from becoming parched and dehydrated after a long trip or flight.

Since you might not have the luxury of time to wash your face frequently, long-lasting or heavy make-up could damage your skin.

You could also consider taking a make-up break, allowing your face to rest during such a period.

3. Apply lip treatment liberally

While thinking of ways to take good care of your skin during your holiday, your lips shouldn’t be left out. Extreme heat or air conditioning might dry up your lips when travelling.

Remember to pack lip balm to protect your lips from drying up or cracking while you’re on the move.

You can re-apply it as many times as you want during the day.

4. Don't forget your basics

Your basics truly matter when it comes to your beauty and skincare routine. Thankfully, all the products you use for your basic skincare routine usually come in small sizes.

As such, you can use the smaller versions of your cleansers, toners and serums to easily access them whenever you need them.

While thinking of which products you can take along with you, you can consider options like Imbibe Beauty Renewal products, which are rich in the nutrients your skin needs!

5. Trim your brows

Your tweezers or forceps can come in handy while you’re on holiday to help keep your brows looking in good shape.

That way, you don’t have to worry about overgrown brows, especially if you’re used to trimming them regularly.

When shaping or trimming your brows, remember that they have a natural contour, which can guide you.

As such, it’s best to maintain their natural curve because they may appear unnatural if you overdo it. If you’re unsure how to get started, you can find some simple tricks to shape your eyebrows on the internet.

6. Remove make-up thoroughly

It’s essential to thoroughly wash off your make-up before bed. You’ll protect your skin from irritation and itchiness. It will also help prevent your skin pores from clogging up.

Don’t forget to pack your cleanser and facial wipes to easily clean your make-up in minutes.

You can also pamper yourself with a shower after a long day, giving your face a thorough wash before you sleep.

7. Maintain your skincare regimen

Maintaining your skincare regimen is important because failing to do so might result in skin blemishes.

A skin care regimen will help remove dead skin cells and keep your skin looking healthy and glowing.

Always invest in travel-sized skincare and cosmetic products, and use them daily to ensure that your skin receives the care it needs even when you're on the go.

Suppose your skin is used to daily treatment in the mornings or before bed. In that case, it’s best to maintain that routine even during your trip.

You can even consider giving your skin extra tender, loving care by booking a spa treatment during your holiday, which will help relax your skin and entire body.

8. Always have a sunscreen

Never forget to use sunscreen when travelling. Doing this is even more important when visiting tropical climate destinations.

The sunscreen will help shield your skin from the sun's rays, reduce the likelihood of you getting sunburned, and keep your skin looking youthful.

Experts recommend using sunscreen with an SPF of not less than 30 to block the sun’s rays as much as possible. Remember to apply sunscreen every two hours, particularly after swimming or sweating.

Additionally, wear wide-brimmed hats, sunglasses, or other protective clothing, and look out for spots that provide shade to shield you from the hot, sweltering heat.

9. Keep hydrated

A great way to keep your skin healthy and stay refreshed during your trip is to drink lots of water and stay hydrated.

Keeping hydrated can help regulate your body temperature, keep you energised and protect your skin pores.

Aside from that, did you know that staying hydrated can work wonders for your mood, cognition and sleep? You certainly need those three to have a restful trip!

You can carry a water bottle along and constantly refill it, so you don’t have to worry about getting water while you’re in the middle of your travel activities.

Travelling can be a lot of fun, but it also needs a lot of planning to make it a success!

While planning your trip, your skin and beauty shouldn’t be left out.

Applying the tips above will help you take good care of your skin, and you’ll certainly come back feeling and looking refreshed.

Do you have any beauty tips for your next holiday? Let me know in the comments!

Love, Sarah xoxo

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