Sunday, March 16, 2014

BEAUTY: Must-have travel essentials

Arun Thai - 100 % repellent spray with anti-malarial need oil
This insect repellent helpes you keeping away the mosquitos which are all over in South East Asia. Using insect repellent is definitely a MUST!! when you travel through South East asia. It doesn't only prevent you from getting itchy mosquito bites which turn into ugly scratches but it also prevents you from getting malaria and dengue fever!
This one is produced out of 100 % organic ingredients and you can be sure that is doesn't contain any cancer causing chemicals which are often found in insect repellents. It contains phlai, sweet basil, citronella, clove and lemongrass essential oils which all have a long duration of protection against mosquitos.
It's also recommendable to wear long sleeve clothes and avoid staying close to water such as ponds or lakes. You should also avoid drinking alcohol because this tends to increase your blood sugar content which can attract the mosquitos.

This Works - Perfect Skin Miracle
This face cream acts as a serum and moisturizer in one. It contains vitamin C, blackcurrant seed oil, walnut, prim rose and shea butter and has an antioxidant effect. It protect your skin from getting too dry especially after your skin has been exposed to smog, sun or salt water which can dry out the skin. Just apply in the evening and in the morning after washing your face.

Kiehl's Travel Test Solutions - 24/7 Activated Moisturizer and In-Flight Refreshing Facial Mist
These formulas were created by dermatologists who were consulted by stewardesses with experience in long distance traveling. These two products are always with me when I travel long distances to treat my skin. They are good for moisturizing in air-conditioned areas with low humidity such as in hotels, on long flights or long air-conditioned bus rides where it can get really cold and the air gets very dry. And they work anti-bacterial aswell due to the combination of ethereal oils which is important especially in public places such as air ports, train stations or shopping malls.

- AJ -

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