CQJ_0167Fall arrives and the temperature starts to drop and the air feels lighter giving us just a peak into winter. As temperatures drop so does humidity, which can leave our skin begging for hydration. With all the upcoming holiday travel this autumn/winter think mists, masks and hydrating protectors for the face and eyes.

Long work and travel days can leave skin thirsty and dull. For a quick pick-me-up try Omorzivia’s Queen of Hungary facial mist. We discovered this beautiful brand in London. The toning and protective mist is created with Hungarian healing waters. The fragrance is intoxicating and Jennifer Lopez is said to be fan. A must have!

To keep your complexion glowing and bright try Oskia’s Renaissance mask. This brightening mask is designed to increase cell turnover, boost radiance and packed with OSKIA’s trademark blend of beauty-boosting nutrients. This luxuriously-textured exfoliating mask leaves the complexion smoother, more refined and illuminated. A must have for traveling!

There is nothing quite as dehydrating than a plane ride. Start off smart by applying our new Plant Profusion Energetic Eye Cream and drinking lots of water. The proprietary blend of superior active ingredients improves the appearance of aging skin by protecting, repairing, and rehydrating the eye area. Reapply throughout the flight making sure to get the upper lids as well. If your flight is an overnight journey, apply a generous amount of our Regenerative Eye Cream onto washed skin. This ultra luxurious cream fights against inflammation, irritation and dryness while nourishing the skin with Organic Red Tea and Japanese Seaweed. Put on your sleep mask and you’ll wake up looking refreshed.

As always whether in the air, a car or just simply walking around and SPF is a must. Just because the temperature is dropping doesn’t mean your aren’t still getting harmful UV rays. For superior protection with an ultra lightweight feel, try our Sun Visor SPF30 mist. This can be misted on clean skin or over makeup.

Keeping skin hydrated during the Fall will be beneficial come winter time!

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