June 06, 2017
1. The SPF
Using SPF is a given. Using a specific SPF for your face which provides UVA and UVB protection- not so much. The skin on your face is much more delicate, thin and sensitive than your body and so it is really important to invest in a separate SPF and reap their rewards.
Taking a good cleanser in your travel kit is absolutely essential when jetting off to hotter climates. It will help to remove sweat, sunscreen, and makeup causing that build-up of bacteria in your pores which can lead to blemishes.
3. Overnight Skin Treat
When you've been overexposed to the sun, your skin can really take a beating. Overnight facials and night moisturisers are great because they work on replenishing the moisture loss in your skin, and can help to re-boost collagen production.
4. Cooling Spray
There is nothing more frustrating when the midday summer sun leaves you all hot and bothered, so to freshen you up and cool you down, cooling sprays are a handy option!
5. SPF Lip Balm
Keeping lip balm with you is a must if you want to avoid burnt, chapped lips. There's no excuse - they're so easy to chuck in your bag and are probably the most affordable skincare.
6. Body SPF
To avoid being fried by the sun and and all its skin damaging side effects, you will need a body SPF (go broad spectrum SPF30) and remember that your suncream is only as good as your application.
7. After Sun Moisturizer
An imperative addition should you want to have soft, supple, hydrated skin (and a healthy tan).
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