Steps to a ‘successful’ skin care routine

DESTINATION weddings have become a thing especially for this generation. However, one must take note that for every destination, the weather and climate varies, and sometimes, our skin struggles to cope.

Here’s a simple routine to make sure one maintains that glowing, youthful skin before saying that memorable “I do.”

The skin ‘flight preparation’

Do: Bring face sun creams and SPF lotions. Wearing sunscreen is not only for the tropics but also for cold and cloudy locations. Products with SPF will protect one from UVB and UVA light rays. This is a must-have to add to one’s skin care travel kit.

Don’t: Do not apply too much sun cream. The skin pores can be irritated and can make one look oily. Make sure that the sun creams and SPF lotions match the skin type to avoid irritation.

Keep skin hydrated and exfoliated

Do: Besides getting enough water, choose a product that will keep the skin not just exfoliated and hydrated but will also repair it for long haul trips and travel. Handy products like the Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream rejuvenates the skin from long travel hours. It lessens wrinkles, removes dead skin cells, prevents dry skin and helps skin pores breathe.

Don’t: No need to bring a ton of skincare products. Get a trusty product that can give the benefits of hydration and anti-aging all in one go.

The glowing skin

Do: Small breakouts can appear anytime, and chances of uneven skin tone can damage the bridal look. Don’t worry. Prevent this with the help of Olay White Radiance Light Perfecting Essence. It’s a dual whitening result for natural and luminous fairness skin that will moisturize and help one achieve that “no-makeup” look. It also helps prevents breakout whether in sunny or cold weather conditions.

Don’t: Don’t experiment with new skincare products. The change of weather already affects the hormone levels, so go after a trusted brand to lessen the risk of getting red spots, parched skin and breakouts. (PR)


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