5 Beauty Essentials to Keep in Your Bag to Combat Dry Skin
The holidays usually call for excess travel, colder drier temperatures, long stressful days and even some jet lag, but it’s important to keep your skin hydrated while you’re on the move. Here are 5 beauty essentials that you want to keep in your bag to combat winter woes and keep your melanin poppin’ this season.
Avocado Melt Sleeping Mask
This creamy yet breathable sleeping mask just hit the internet and is worth the hype. Packed with Avocado, Manuka Honey, PHA and a pinch of Kaolin it’s the perfect blend of nourishing ingredients to give your skin a natural glow.
Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil
Known as the ultimate multi-tasker for sensitive skin with high concentrations of Omegas 3, 6, 7 & 9, plus antioxidant carotenoids help repair and protect the skin against environmental stresses and visible damage. Not only will it keep your skin hydrated and give you a natural glow, but it even helps with brightening dark spots.
Lauren Napier Cleanse Wipes
After a long day of traveling and you just want to take it all off, this is what you’ll want to grab. Made with aloe, chamomilla, and cucumber extracts it deeply hydrates and smoothes the complexion while reducing redness and inflammation in one simple swipe. Designed to fit into any pocket, clutch or travel bag.
SheaMoisture Dragon’s Blood & Coffee Cherry Instant Rebound Moisturizer
This lightweight, hydrating moisturizer is the perfect prep step you need for radiant looking skin. It has a wonderful aroma that is calming and soothing for dry irritated skin. Plus, it’s affordable and works wonders.
Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask
You don’t have to be a jet-setter to have a lag. Pack this uber-dewy, hydrating mask that soothes tired and stressed-out skin made with a nourishing mix of vitamins, ceramides, antioxidants, and gently exfoliating extracts for an instant glow. Infused with chestnut extract, vitamin c, and niacinamide to reduce pores and polish away dullness to renew your skin before you land at your next destination.