See which cosmetics are worth packing in your holiday suitcase

  • By Mary J. Young
  • January 1, 2019
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See which cosmetics are worth packaging in your holiday suitcase
Fantastic months of summer holidays are the time many of us are looking forward to all year round. Sandy beaches, romantic lakes and the forests surrounding them, walks in the flowery meadows or crazy days at summer festivals – no matter where we go, we should take care of the condition of our skin in this hot period. Find out which of the cosmetics will be useful in your holiday suitcase.
Cosmetics for hot days
Asian cosmetics, available in the drugstore, such as a mask on a cotton cloth with green tea extract and a tonic from the same series are fantastic cosmetics for hot summer. Both preparations, due to their plant natural composition, give a feeling of refreshment and clean skin. They wash away all day dirt, sweat and excess sebum, leaving the skin pleasantly matte and clean. The cleansing foam with bamboo extract has a similar effect on the face. Argan oil, which moisturizes, strengthens and makes hair look very healthy, can be a great tool for hair care. Remember to oil your hair for at least an hour. The oil can also be left on your hair all night and washed off in the morning. To the basic cosmetics useful during the summer expedition it is worth to add those that take care of the sun tan – Asian/cialo/.
Bite gel and tick spray
Staying in the forest, although pleasant, can end in painful mosquito bites and unpleasant removal of ticks from your body. It is advisable to minimise the risk of these unpleasant conditions by using an insect repellent spray. However, once a bite, red and itchy spot has occurred, it is worthwhile to apply gel that will eliminate the baking process; it is a good idea to use lavender-based cosmetics and preparations during the summer rest – mosquitoes do not suffer sincerely and run away. Lavender cosmetics also have the advantage of a beautiful, relaxing fragrance.
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