Here are some quick tips to look good as you travel

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle -

Whether you’re head­ing to the coast to soak up the sum­mer sun or climb­ing the hills to en­joy the chilly air, you ought to look fresh and good. While it can some­times be hard to look good when trav­el­ling, one can look fresh by fol­low­ing a few ba­sic tips.

Don’t for­get to hy­drate: No mat­ter where you are head­ing, you ought to drink loads of wa­ter. Drink­ing wa­ter be­fore and dur­ing your flight or train or car or cruise will keep your body feel­ing healthy and your skin look­ing fresh. Keep your fluid level high; drink wa­ter through­out your day. Stay­ing hy­drated will help to pre­vent any headaches or ex­haus­tion you might nor­mally have dur­ing trav­el­ling.

Mois­turise your skin: If you are trav­el­ling by flight, the high al­ti­tude and in­tense air con­di­tion­ing on a plane are bound to dry your skin. It is best to gen­er­ously ap­ply your daily fa­cial mois­turiser be­fore the flight. Also, bring along spring wa­ter toner in a spray bot­tle to spritz on de­hy­drated skin. Spring wa­ter is in­cred­i­bly hy­drat­ing, so if you spray it di­rectly on your face, it gets mois­ture into the skin im­me­di­ately.

Lip cleanse: While trav­el­ling your lips are sus­cep­ti­ble to crin­kling and crack­ing. It’s best to stick to a med­i­cated lip balm to en­sure com­pletely smooth, hy­drated lips.

Carry cleans­ing wipes: Wipe off the ex­cess oil or dirt from your face with it. Also, carry good qual­ity cleans­ing milk with you ap­ply it at night.

Com­plete your beauty sleep: It is rec­om­mended to sleep prop­erly as lack of sleep will kill the joy of trav­el­ling.

IANS (With in­puts by cos­me­tol­o­gist Karuna Mal­ho­tra)

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