Friday, July 7, 2017

My Travel Essential: Hydrating Face Mist

For someone who doesn't wear make up, keeping a clear and moisturized skin is no easy task. As much as I wanted to keep a plain and simple beauty regimen of soap and water, aging happens and there's nothing I can do to slow it down. So from a 2-minute basic routine, I now have to spare more time to cleanse, tone, moisturize, exfoliate and put on a mask. I am no beauty expert so I won't recommend any brand; I suggest scheduling a visit to your dermatologist to better understand your skin type and know which products will best work for you.

Airplanes are moisture-suckers and even a few hours of cabin exposure will surely sap the glow out off your face. So aside from making sure that all travel essentials (passport, ticket and pocket money) are secured in your hand carry, a hydrating face mist (and drinking lots of water) will ensure that landing in your destination with a fresh and radiant face is no longer a myth.

With a plethora of face mists available in the market, finding the most suitable one can be confusing and overwhelming. Again, I am no beauty expert but I swear by these two to be the most effective for my dry + oily combination skin. Both comes in travel sizes but since I also use it on a daily basis, I have them in different sizes. Avene Thermal Spring Water is now available locally (saw it in Watson's) but I have yet to find Caudalie Beauty Elixir in Manila. Any recommendations?

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