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Spring Beauty Travel Favorites: Guide to Hair and Skin Care On the GoSpring Beauty Travel Favorites: Guide to Hair and Skin Care On the Go

Whether you’re headed on a relaxing girls’ trip or embarking on a cross-country adventure this spring, it’s crucial that you take healthy skincare habits with you. Learn more about which products to choose, popular travel kits and how to keep skin healthy through the stresses of travel.

Ancient Beauty Tips from Around the World: Natural Beauty Secrets Reinvented through the AgesAncient Beauty Tips from Around the World: Natural Beauty Secrets Reinvented through the Ages

Vanity is nothing new; women have been enjoying the beautifying effects of skincare and cosmetics since ancient times. But which remedies created the bewitching look immortalized by Cleopatra? How did Helen of Troy make up “the face that launched a thousand ships”? Read on to discover their beauty secrets that you can still apply today.

Beauty Holiday Choices for 2013: Smart Skincare Habits for the New YearBeauty Holiday Choices for 2013: Smart Skincare Habits for the New Year

The New Year is the perfect time to turn over a new leaf and transform the way you care for your skin and hair. From starting regular workouts to increasing your skincare ingredient IQ, the steps toward improving your health and appearance are easier than you think. Read on to learn more.

Sensitive Skin Care for the Active Lifestyle: How to Keep Even the Most Sensitive Skin Healthy Through All Weather Conditions Sensitive Skin Care for the Active Lifestyle: How to Keep Even the Most Sensitive Skin Healthy Through All Weather Conditions

An active lifestyle delivers mind- and body-boosting benefits that are hard to beat, but can also challenge sensitive skin. Learn how to maintain gorgeous, healthy skin in the sun, on the ski slopes and around the campfire with our guide to sensitive skin care for the active lifestyle.

Cold Weather Diet for Healthy Skin and HairCold Weather Diet for Healthy Skin and Hair

With winter comes frigid air and harsh winds, triggering common cold weather beauty concerns including dry skin, split ends and frizz. Hydrating products can restore moisture, but adopting a nourishing diet to fortify skin and hair will keep you looking healthy and radiant from the inside out, all winter long.

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FAQs

Q: I’m considering checking my beauty products when I get to the airport so I don’t have to worry about travel-size products. Is this a good idea?

A: It’s always an option, but beauty products can be pricey, and in the event that something happens to your luggage it’s nice to have your skin care and makeup necessities in your carry-on luggage. Plus, those full-sized product bottles take up a lot of valuable space in your suitcase!

Q: I’m going to Europe and need to save as much money as possible. What are some tips on packing a travel skincare kit without purchasing all new products?

A: The best way is to simply take products you already have. Just purchase a good quality set of toiletry containers from a drugstore (make sure not to skimp on quality, or you’ll end up with a mess when you arrive at your destination!). Dr. Leslie Baumann also recommends asking your dermatologist for samples of the products you use, or picking up inexpensive drugstore products in sample sizes.

Q: My face gets really dry during travel; how often should I use a moisturizer?

A: An easy way to keep skin hydrated without constantly reapplying lotion is to use a moisturizing spray; according to Cosmopolitan, it helps prevent you from over-applying moisturizer to flaky skin. Try Jane Iredale POMMISST Hydration Spray.

Q: During cold weather my hair always suffers from static. I can’t put on a sweater or wear a hat without looking like a tesla coil. How can I tone down the static this winter?

A: Static-prone hair can definitely be a problem during winter. Caused by the electrical charge generated by the friction of dry hair against fabric, you can reduce static by adding moisture to your locks with a leave-in conditioner or styling cream like Frederic Fekkai Advanced Essential Shea Tame and Style Creme. In a pinch, tame frizz by lathering a bit of hand lotion over your locks.




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