Who doesn't love a vacation? But sometimes between the stress of organizing, temperature changes, and airplane rides, traveling can wreak havoc on your skin, leaving it dehydrated and inflammed.
While we can't pack your suitcase or watch your dog, we can give you some helpful tips on how to take care of your skin while traveling.
1) Drink tons of water, especially if you'll be consuming alcohol.
2) Watch your diet. Avoid overly greasy, salty or sugary foods and opt for leaner cuts of meat and fresh produce.
3) Refrain from touching your skin with your fingers. Bacteria on your fingers can exacerbate breakouts.
4) Use an alcohol-free, natural toner to keep your skin hydrated throughout the day.
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We’ve been there. When January rolls around, we vow to hit the gym x amount of times per week or we finally tell ourselves that this is the year to learn a new language. But for all the good intentions, our new year’s resolutions usually become nothing but a distant memory when spring arrives.
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