Build your travel-ready skincare routine with these tried and true products
Don't let traveling take a toll on your skin. Check out these must-have skincare products that will keep your skin glowing no matter where you are.
FRANCESCA MURRAY: Hello, and welcome back to "In The Know-- Out of a Suitcase." The show that takes the hassle out of travel. Traveling shouldn't shut down your regular skincare routine. Thankfully most brands these days make travel-sized skincare products to help you maintain healthy skin on the go.
It's important to refresh your skin after a long day of travel with a mini cleanser, like this one from Dermalogica. The compact size makes it perfect for a hotel bathroom, airport bathroom, even on a plane. The thing that I love about this cleanser specifically is that it also doubles as a makeup remover.
Your skin can react to the stress of travel too. If you want a portable product to enhance your night routine, look no further than the Mini Advanced Night Repair Serum from Estée Lauder. This tiny bottle packs a big punch by ensuring that your skin is smooth and hydrated after a long day of travel.
Traveling can be exhausting, and a lot of the time, sleepless nights take a toll on your skin. To remedy this, I recommend using a moisturizer, such as this one from Biossance. The squalane and omega ingredients strip your skin of the fine lines and wrinkles that come from exhaustion.
Catching a flight or packing for a trip shouldn't prevent you from looking your best. I like to use this Dewy Mist from Tatcha when I go through TSA. I like to travel with it, especially on airplanes because air tends to be really dry and it's nice to be able to refresh while on the go.
Whether you're traveling to a tropical destination or just doing a staycation, it's important to always wear sunscreen. I recommend this very portable option from Supergoop! This product works super well with makeup, and it's totally invisible, guaranteeing that you stay protected from the sun's harmful rays while looking your best. That's it for this installment of "In The Know-- Out of a Suitcase." I'm your host, Francesca, and I'll see you at the next one.