7 Skincare Products You Should Bring on Vacation

1. Supergoop (Re)setting 100% Mineral Powder

Supergoop (Re)setting 100% Mineral Powder, which costs $35, is a holy grail. It protects your skin from the sun with SPF 35 and sets your makeup.

2. SLMD Skincare Dual Defender

The $30 SLMD Skincare Dual Defender is a great choice because it both protects your face from the sun and hydrates it. 

3. All Moringa Cold-Pressed Oil

All Moringa Cold-Pressed Oil, which costs $18, is the one thing you can use on your face, body, and hair.

4. Iris and Romeo Weekend Skin

Iris and Romeo Weekend Skin, which costs $50, has time-release vitamin C that will keep your skin glowing all day. 

5. Augustinus Badar The Cleansing Balm

If you've ever traveled with a bottle of face wash, you know how hard it can be to bring any kind of product to take off your makeup.

6. Dear Dahlia Paradise Tinted Blooming Balm

Between the dry air on the plane and the heat of the sun, travel can wreak havoc on your lips. Opt for a tinted balm instead of lipstick.

7. VSoto bExotic Pearl Eye Creme

You might feel and look tired after a trip. So, a good eye cream is the one thing you shouldn't skimp on.

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