While tropical humid climates keep skin hydrated and glowing, high temperatures and intense sun can cause redness, premature aging, sun damage and wrinkles. Humidity causes skin to sweat, purge and may increase redness, irritation and possible breakouts along with clogged pores. Sun protection is imperative.
In tropical or humid climates, pack lightweight, oil free serums, moisturizers, SPF’s and exfoliation products. Still not sure what to throw in your cosmetic bag-we got you covered this year-check out our NEW Travel friendly items!
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Bright Lights Big City
Pollution can cause uneven skin tone, dehydration, dryness, dark spots, expedited aging, wrinkles, sagging and a deterioration of collagen. Pollution releases microscopic particles or free radicals that can go deep into the skin and cause damage to otherwise healthy cells. Visiting a city this holiday season, don’t forget to detox, clean and protect your face with anti-pollution serums and SPF!
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Hitting The Slopes
Dry, cold and high altitude climates dehydrate skin and can invite early onset of wrinkles not to mention severe sunburns. With intense sun, low temperatures, and harsh winds, the skin has nowhere to hide. Replenishing hydration, protect the skin with SPF and don’t use unnecessary aggressive products.
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