Skincare Tips When Traveling

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I have partnered with Dove Advanced Care Antiperspirant to share with you guys some quick tricks and tips on skincare when traveling. With holiday travel-season right around the corner, we all want to look and feel our best. Without a doubt, travel skincare is different than home care so here are some skincare tips when traveling.



Skincare Tips When Traveling:



Prepare and pack carefully. Don’t wait until an hour before you leave to pack your carry-on essentials — This will only lead you to forget something. Make sure you pack your favorite carry-on beauty essentials such as your lip balm, lotion, sunscreen and deodorant.


Stick to the basics. Dove dermatologist Dr. Alicia Barba says travel time is not the time to try out new products. “If you have limited suitcase space to work with, stick to the essentials: a cleanser; sunscreen; deodorant; hand lotion, and the makeup you use on a regular basis,” she says.


Stock up on travel-sized containers. That last thing you want to do at the airport is hold up the line at security — or even worse, have your essentials discarded. Therefore, you want to load up on travel-sized containers to avoid this unnecessary headache. If you do happen to forget last minute to pick up some travel-sized containers, you can always reuse empty pill bottles or sample size containers to also do the job!



Stay well hydrated. We tend to have our fair share of wine time during the holiday season, so you really need to ensure you are drinking enough water to stay hydrated — Hydration is a must for glowing skin.


Don’t forget the hand sanitizer. Whether you are traveling on a plane or bus, germs are merely inevitable. Without even noticing, you can touch your dirty hands with your face. Therefore, you want to bring a hand sanitizer not only to avoid getting sick, but to also avoid getting a nasty breakout on your holiday getaway.


Apply ice or cold water under eyes. If you had minimal sleep, apply ice or cold water under eyes to reduce under-eye circles.


Don’t forget deodorant. There’s nothing worse that feeling stinky after long hours in an airplane, so having deodorant handy is a much. Dr. Barba recommends Dove Advanced Care Antiperspirant, because it works great and also cares for your skin.



In order to stay fresh, comfortable and confident when traveling, I also love to use TSA approved Dove Advanced Care because it provides 48-hour odor and wetness protection that keeps me smelling fresh all day. Plus, this deodorant has added skin care benefits to help me combat skin irritation. I avoid strong smelling deodorants at all costs because the smell tends to give me a headache along with nausea. Dove on the other hand has a soft, subtle smell that still leaves my skin smelling fresh. For that reason, Dove has always been my first choice for deodorants. I initially used Dove Original Clean. However, I had recently made the switch to Dove Advanced Care — I will not be looking back because it was certainly an upgrade. Have your tried Dove Advanced Care? What are your thoughts on it? If you haven’t, you can check it out here.



Well there you have it, now that we have shared our skincare traveling tips, do you have any tips of your own? Please share any, I would love to hear 🙂



This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dove Advanced Care Antiperspirant. As always, all opinions are my own.



21 thoughts on “Skincare Tips When Traveling”

  • It’s funny to read the comment about forgetting deodorant on a long plane ride because I did just that the other day. I realized about halfway through the flight that I didn’t put it on that morning. And of course, it was in my checked bag so I grabbed it as soon as we landed!

  • As someone who lives in one of the few American cities that stays relatively warm year round, traveling during the winter definitely takes a tole on my skin. Will definitely remember to pack some cool weather essentials during my next trip!

  • Dove is one of my favorite products to use. It never occurred to me to pack in my bag for long hours either driving or flying. Thanks for sharing

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  • I am a Dove user too. and this underarm protection looks so good and a must try. I will definitely check this out.

  • These are some great tips! I always carry sanitizers with me. Using travel-sized containers are definitely a must. I haven’t seen that particular Dove deodorant yet. I’ll have to look for it when I go to the store next.

  • I love Dove products. I use their deodorant, shampoo, body wash etc. I take it while traveling. I’m going to use all of your tips on an upcoming trip because I need to focus on my skin care more this year, even when traveling.

  • When I travel I make sure to have my deodorant with me. I don’t by travel size items, I use empty bottle containers so I can reuse them multiple times and I can use my products that I have.

  • All about sticking to the basics!! Travel can be hard enough without having to worry if your stuff is going to explode all over your bag hahaha I travel super light and sometimes even just purchase what I need when I arrive! LOVE dove products.

  • Travel size containers have saved me SO many times!! Also, this is my favorite deodorant scent by Dove! So fresh!

  • Those Dove 3-in-1’s are lifesavers. I went on a trip and needed mine more than once a day. It was excellent having it readily available.

  • Travel size containers are key!!! With a family of 4, it’s critical that we minimize where possible when traveling!

  • Traveling or now I need all the skin care tips I can get right now. Winter has unique challenges with skincare.

  • I love all of these tips for when you travel. Dove is a wonderful brand and does so well for my skin. I am all about the hand sanitizer or washing my hands.

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