I shave my legs and arms. I tweeze my brows. I tried both of those options and hair removal cream, but the only thing that ever worked for my stiff upper lip was waxing.
2 words: pump bottles.
I read somewhere that it takes 3 times as much energy to START moving, than it takes to KEEP moving. I think it has to do with physics and momentum vs. inertia but I’m not sure. Physics was my worst subject in school – I only got A- and I wasn’t allowed to watch TV for a week because of my poor academic performance. Which, if you think about it, explains so much about me…
In any case, I bring this up to justify I lazy I am. I am so lazy that if I have to pick up a bottle, upcap it, turn it upside down, shake it and then close the bottle again… well the likelihood of me using that product, regardless of how amazing it is, slowly declines over time from 100% likely to about 12% likely (that, of course, is a non-scientific observation… hence the less than ideal grade in Physics). This matter to me especially when it comes to my multi-step skincare regimen.
Nothing irritates my face like long flights. Air travel has never been kind to me and it wasn’t until I started traveling to Asia and to California on a semi-regular basis that I got wise to some hydration tricks. Here are 4 different skincare products you should consider for your next big trip:
Sheet masks: Hands down the best way to keep your skin hydrated and calm on long flights. I love trying different sheet masks but Leaders Coconut Bio Gel Masks are the best bargain I can find. They feel great and at $1.41 per mask, it’s hard to beat the value. I suggest you wait until they turn down the lights before you put them on and save yourself the trouble of having to explain to your seat neighbors.