You’re off on holiday, you lucky thing! You won’t know yourself once you’re chilling out poolside, but the getting ready part before a trip can often be quite stressful. However, it doesn’t have to be when it comes to knowing which skincare products to pack. We’re here to help!
You have a comprehensive, multi-step routine at home, we get it, but unfortunately, you can’t pack your entire bathroom cabinet because otherwise, you won’t have room for shopping. When it comes to jet-setting, it’s all about efficiency; decide which products are a must, and which are a nice-to-have. You don’t need to take a mask on holiday, simply use it the day before you fly out and you will survive without it, or maybe you can treat yo’self by booking in for a facial at the hotel instead.
Use as many multi-purpose products as possible. Our Tailor Polish triples as a scrub, mask and spot treatment. Or take the Tailor Oil Cleanse, for example – not only is it great for cleansing pores and removing build-up but it’s a makeup remover for eyes and face as well. Plus, it’s beautifully moisturising as a face, body and hair oil. It’s definitely the holy grail for globetrotters?
Even better, Tailor Oil Cleanse comes in a 30ml mini size now too… which brings me to my next point about downsizing, so you can easily fit everything in your toiletry bag. As of this week, you can pick up our new mini kit which lasts for one month! The minis look so adorable, plus Oil Cleanse comes in an easy-to-use pump bottle to avoid spillage, and Polish and Moisture (our go-to blend for all skin types) come in recyclable tubes. Small sizes are also an affordable opportunity to try a product you haven’t used before. You never know, you might discover a new favourite.
The two products no one should ever fly without are lip balm and moisturiser. Being in a plane can be extremely dehydrating so make sure you pack your Tailor Balm and Mini Moisture. Both are 20ml or under so can be stowed in your carryon.
Check out the Tailor Mini Kit for your compact skin care essentials.