Skin care

Tips on how to maintain your skin wholesome when touring

At Pai headquarters, we love hosing (so far the team has visited Greece, Italy, and Sri Lanka this summer to name a few), but we're not such fans of what traveling can do to your skin.

Here are our top tips to keep your skin calm and healthy, whether you're flying to Malmo or Melbourne.

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<li> <strong> Don't let facial tissues seduce you </strong> <br /> If you restrict yourself to hand luggage, it can be tempting to save space by replacing your <a href=skin care routine with a pack of facial tissues.

Here's why you should make (a tiny) space for our Anywhere Essentials instead.

  • Peeling!
    Even short flights can make the skin appear dull when landing.

    Refresh tired skin with a gentle peel as soon as you have reached your destination.

    Our Kukui & Jojoba Skin Brightening Exfoliator gently polishes dead skin cells and cares for moisture-sucked skin with a mixture of omegas.

  • Get a lot of rest
    Traveling is wonderful, but nervous energy (think about delayed flights and misplaced passports) and flights in the early morning can destroy our cortisol levels and make our skin flare up.

    If you can, take a short nap before setting off to discover 10 minutes of rest or relax with our guided meditation.

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<li> <strong> <strong> Bring a routine on board with you </strong> </strong> <br /> Clean your face in the air – especially if you are wearing makeup – and follow with a few Splashes of our BioAffinity Tonic and a light layer of moisturizer.
<p> Then apply a small eye cream around the orbital bone to avoid lines of dehydration. </p>
<p> To protect the skin's moisture content on moisture-absorbing long-haul flights, massage a few drops of rose hip organic regeneration oil over it. </p>
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<li> <strong> Carry Snacks <br /> </strong> Make sure you are well stocked with healthy snacks and water on long trips.
<p> Well-balanced snacks can help prevent blood sugar spikes and indigestion – both can lead to skin breakouts and breakouts. </p>
<p> You can also relieve the frayed minds of tired and hungry travel companions! </p>
<p> Try the crispy coconut almonds from Tess Ward. </p>
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<li> <strong> Renew your skin.
<p> Add a few drops of rosehip organic regeneration oil to our comfrey and calendula soothing body cream and massage it in to soothe and repair it. </p>
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