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How to Maintain Your Beauty While on Vacation

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Summer is here, and all that most of us can think of is going on a vacation. However, some ladies may feel skeptical of being in the heat due to the detrimental effects it can have on the skin. Well, we understand why you might be having all these mixed feelings. You could have recently had a Chin Lipo or another non-invasive facial procedure to restore your youth, and you do not want to lose it. The good news is that you do not have to reschedule your vacation since you can still maintain your beauty by doing the following things: 

  1. Maintain Your Sleep Cycle

Maintaining your sleeping hours may seem like a big hassle with the many movements during a vacation. The traveling adrenaline will make you want to maximize the opportunity and probably stay out partying longer than usual in a foreign land or keep yourself busy with other things. Lack of adequate sleep can breed serious skin issues, later on, so strive to keep the balance and ensure that your body gets the rest it needs each day. 

  1. Drink Fresh Water

Sun exposure can make your skin lose moisture. Therefore, you will need to hydrate often as you travel. Keeping a water bottle on hand will help you keep up with the recommended water intake. Alternatively, if you are taking a road trip or traveling locally, include a case of water in your shopping list. 

Vacation is a time to unwind, which might involve alcoholic drinks. Remember that alcohol is a dehydrator. As a rule, ensure that you match each adult drink with a glass of water to avoid dehydrating. Also, avoid overeating processed sugars and oils and balance your diet with fruits and vegetables. 

  1. Do Not Change Your Skincare Routine

Trying a new style while on vacation is tempting, especially on the products you apply to your skin. That also includes the hotel soaps, especially if you have overly sensitive skin. The skin is one of the most sensitive organs and might react negatively to new products. Besides adopting the required summer apparel, all you might need to add is an appropriate sunscreen and moisturizer. 

  1. Apply Minimal Makeup

Take advantage of the moment as you travel to let your skin breathe. Stick to the essentials like sunscreen, moisturizer, and facial cleanser. If you must apply anything, use your usual facial cream and sunscreen to avoid a breakout. However, ensure that you clean it off before sleep and apply your moisturizer while your skin is wet. The minimal the makeup, the better it is for your skin.

  1. Exercise

We know many of you are asking yourselves, “Why should I exercise while on vacation?” or “Why should I tire my body while I should be resting and having fun?”. You do not have to indulge in your usual hard workouts, but you can keep them light. Exercise improves the body’s general blood circulation, eventually translating to the post-workout glow you need. If you stay in a hotel, you can use the hotel gym or take a stroll, jog, hike, or long walk to achieve this. Furthermore, exercise also improves your vibrance, and you can enjoy your vacation even more.

  1. Take Care of Your Feet

One of the items that can ruin your vacation is a terrible pair of shoes. All of us have been victims of not buying a fitting shoe, and most times, that shoe happens to be our favorite shoe. Letting it go can be challenging until you get the bad signal when your feet hurt too much or keep you uncomfortable all day. 

The last thing you want to do is return home to deal with foot sores or keep your shoes off while traveling. Therefore, as you plan your vacation, ensure that you have a comfortable pair of shoes for traveling, for the activities you will engage in, and for relaxing after a long day.

If you adhere to these tips, you will not have to worry about your skin while far away from home. You can return to your vacation and continue your beauty without worrying about treating skin breakouts birthed from the holiday.

About the Author: Jenn Walker is a freelance writer, blogger, dog-enthusiast, and avid beachgoer operating out of Southern New Jersey.

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