When you next hit the road to head for the sun, sea, sand or any other kind of destination, you might be wondering what kind of skin care regimen you should take with you – if any. Staying hydrated – both externally and internally on the road is an important factor to consider when you’re travelling as it keeps you in tip top shape, and looking great. Here are two key ways to stay hydrated – in more ways that one.
The sun dries your skin straight out and actually can cause skin ageing to come on faster than if you stayed in the shade. Of course that’s asking a lot, especially when you’re travelling or on holiday. Sun is what you go for a lot of the time, isn’t it! Taking just a few small products with you can make all the difference, like a bottle of hyaluronic acid serum, which helps your skin maintain its supple, youthful glow with its almost hyper-moisturising properties. This is truly the best product to take with you on any kind of trip as it does the job in one vial that you need several tubes of creams for!
Staying hydrated internally is just as important as externally – not just for your health, but also for your skin, too! If you get dehydrated, your skin will eventually suffer as well, and you will find your overall well-being deteriorates, running the risk of getting sick – something no one wants when they’re on the road. Therefore it’s important to keep water on you in hot climates, drink water frequently and take advantage of things like rehydration salts and rehydration drinks – especially if drinking alcohol too. The drinks can be bought at most shops along main strips and in villages, but the salts you may need to get from pharmacies.
So there you go – two great ideas on how to keep your skin and yourself healthy and hydrated, where ever you may be headed on your next trip abroad. Have fun, and keep up the hydration!