Spring Vacation Beauty Guide: Travel Tips for Skin & Hair Care

SACRAMENTO, CA, Mar 11, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — With spring just around the corner, it’s time to break out of the winter blues and enjoy a change of scene. Ready for a travel adventure, but wondering how to stay on track with an effective beauty and skincare routine? The latest article by the site Spring Beauty Travel Favorites: Guide to Hair and Skin Care On the Go provides tried and true tips for traveling anywhere while maintaining beautiful skin and hair.

Part of the fun of traveling is experimenting with new looks and breaking up a typical beauty and style routine. But don’t let travel get in the way of good beauty habits. What are some key ways to organize a skin and hair care regimen for the road, to ensure healthy habits in any locale? For people who need to travel light, which multitasking products and travel-friendly formulas are essential? How can a few daily habits, like applying sunscreen and moisturizing skin, lead to long-term health and beauty?

Hair straighteners and special skin treatments may feel like an indulgence on the go, but the latest products and technology make it easy to include them in a suitcase or travel bag. Which innovative beauty tools are specially designed for travel? What are some key strategies to avoid common travel and climate issues like dry skin and acne breakouts?

Professionals need extra TLC to keep skin and hair polished. Looking for business-friendly travel products for frequent travel? Which products help with concerns like jet lag, dry eyes, chipped nails and unexpected breakouts? How can travelers nurture and restore skin once the trip is over?

Looking for tips on how to coordinate the season’s hair and fashion trends? Want ideas for age-appropriate clothing and makeup to flatter every skin type? Whether a woman is a seasoned fashionista or simply wants to boost her everyday style, this guide to getting gorgeous can point everyone in the right direction. Find out how to choose key pieces for any wardrobe and revamp hair and makeup for a fresh, pulled-together look for every age, season and occasion. The Fashion & Beauty Handbook covers seasonal trends, anti-aging fashion advice and essential tips for men, teenagers and busy women who want to look and feel their best from head to toe.

For those who are concerned about aging, the number one tip for healthy skin long-term is widely known: sun protection. Not only does proper sun precaution safeguard skin from painful sunburn, it also helps prevent fine lines and wrinkles that come with aging. In this chapter of the FAQ Handbook, discover essential facts about sun exposure, tips on treatment, plus the low-down on tanning and skin cancer. Read on for the best ways to soothe a sunburn, the facts behind sun protection terminology, and how to prevent sun-related conditions like melanoma.

The key to professional success isn’t just credentials and job performance. Confidence and presence are essential factors in helping people achieve their goals in the workplace. And whether a woman is makeup-savvy or takes a more minimalist approach to appearance, creating an office-appropriate look is the first step to exuding inner confidence. Get tips on how to make the right impression with the site complete Office Beauty Handbook, featuring articles on everything from looking professional for an interview to unwinding with some post-work pampering.

The site is the online source for consumers seeking intelligent beauty and skin care news, advice, tips and articles. Founded in 2005, the site’s features articles, news items and frequently asked questions on skincare and beauty-related issues. The site is located in Sacramento, California, but receives visitors from all around the world.


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