5 Travel Skin Care Solutions to Pack in Your Carry-On

March 1, 2017 Courtney Peter

These travel-friendly skin care products minimize the risk of spills and help keep you looking clear, hydrated and energized. Pack them for your next trip, whether your destination is a conference room, the ski chalet or a sun-soaked beach.

Dr. Jart+ Water Replenishment Cotton Sheet Mask

Turn any free half hour into a spa experience with this sheet mask, which delivers moisturizing ingredients such as chamomile flower water and witch hazel extract in a convenient single-use package. Simply open the packet, unfold the sheet mask and lay it over your face for 20 to 30 minutes—masked Instagram selfie optional. There’s no messy tub to dip into and no need to rinse after use. Just massage any remaining serum into the skin.

Supergoop Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist with Broad Spectrum SPF 50

Take your SPF on the go with this easy-to-apply sunscreen spray from Supergoop, available in a TSA-approved 3 oz. size. In addition to complete broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection, the formula includes vitamin C to help refine skin texture. Neither oily nor drying, this powerhouse product contains 35 percent less alcohol than other leading sunscreen sprays.

Milk Makeup Hero Salve

The perfect antidote to the moisture-sapping effects of sun, wind or dry cabin air, this potent product employs shea butter and moisturizing oils to soothe and hydrate. Apply it to dry skin on lips, face or body—anywhere that fits the description of chapped, ragged or parched.

First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads

The nightly multistep skin care routine you follow (most of the time) at home becomes too cumbersome to maintain while traveling. Combat dullness and uneven texture with these multitasking pads that exfoliate, tone and brighten all in one swipe. Carefully calibrated quantities of lactic and glycolic acids make the pads safe for daily use, even on sensitive skin.

Well-Kept Screen Cleansing Towelettes

A comprehensive skin care regimen addresses not only the skin itself, but also the surfaces that come into contact with it. Tuck a packet of these into your carry-on to prevent germs and bacteria picked up from the airport, plane, cab and hotel from colonizing your phone, laptop and tablet—and, by extension, your hands and face.

 

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