Travel Swellness: Beauty tips for the jetsetter

March 13, 2013 at 9:37 PM 3 comments


I’ve ‘fessed up about being unable to keep my well-manicured paws off of luxe hotel toiletries. So you can imagine how excited I am to learn about the Hyatt’s new upgraded amenities, including goodies from June Jacobs, Le Labo, KenetMD Skin Care and Aromapothecary. Keeping up ones beauty regimen is now easier (and you can even pack lighter since you can skip a few key toiletries in your carryon). More ways to travel pretty? The peeps at June Jacobs share these two beauty travel tips:

Keep your hands off your face
It’s never a good idea to pick at your face, but you especially want to keep your hands off when you’re on the road. Your skin is adjusting to your change of environment and schedule so it’ll take longer to repair itself.

Use an eye gel
Our bodies tend to retain water when we travel and this may cause under eye puffiness. Use an eye gel rather than a cream. A gel is lighter in texture so your makeup will apply more easily over it than a cream,and if your eye gel boasts caffeine, it’ll help reduce any redness by constricting blood vessels.


P.S. More improvements at Hyatt hotels: I love smoothies, but often am not in the mood for one only in the a.m. Now the Hyatt offers them and fresh-squeezed juices 24/7 (along with healthier and smaller-portioned food choices on the menu). As someone who’s needed dinner after trudging into my hotel room at 10:30PM after a long evening of work and the only choices have been heavy choices like fish n chips (okaaay, sometimes I DO want fish n chips at midnight!), I welcome these changes!


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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. americanbeautyacademyutah  |  April 1, 2013 at 2:52 AM

    Beauty tips and make up tricks for you to get that beautiful smile on your face and free beauty and make up tips leave an impression on everyone that you meets.
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  • 2. nat  |  April 3, 2013 at 4:45 PM

    I always use an eye gel particulary on long flights as my eyes generally get all puff but I find the eye gel works a treat.

  • 3. makeupbymerry  |  April 6, 2013 at 12:52 AM

    Is that gel is useful for dark circles? I am having a under eye dark circles and so much worried for that. Searching a remedies for that.


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