This beauty guru's skincare staple will only cost you $10.
Traveling can really throw a wrench in your daily routine – particularly when it comes to skincare, which tends to fall by the wayside during trips because you didn't have travel-sized products to bring or tried to pack light.
Celebrities, however, always have to be photo-ready and don't typically forgo skincare steps during trips, whether for work or pleasure. Luckily for the rest of us, that means they can provide some helpful tips on how we, too, can step off a plane looking fresh-faced and ready to take on the world.
Victoria Beckham, who was voted World's Best-Dressed traveler last year, recently took Into the Gloss through her entire beauty routine, spotlighting one particularly travel-friendly product that anyone can pack for a trip.
The former Spice Girl said, “The only face wipes that actually take off all my makeup are the Bioderma ones. I always use a cleanser after, but these wipes really get everything off.”
Bioderma makeup remover wipes – available on amazon.com for $10 – use micellar water to cleanse your face and take off both face and eye makeup, and they come in a re-sealable pouch that prevents the unused wipes from drying out between uses.
With makeup removing towelettes, you won’t have to worry about a liquid leaking onto your clothes or try to measure out 3.4-ounces of your usual product into a container to get it through security.
Beckham also detailed the rest of her skincare drill for combating dry airplane air. After cleansing her face, she uses the Sarah Chapman Stem Cell Collagen Activator Duo serum, making sure to get her eye area and neck as well.
Next, Beckham said, “Right before I get off the plane, I always use the Morning Aura we developed for my line."
She explained, “When we started working on it, I said to the team that when I travel to LA and I get off the plane after 12 hours, and there’s always tons of paparazzi. So I need a product that’s going to hydrate, moisturize, lift, give a glowy, dewy feel about it…something that’s going to make me photo-ready. That’s how we came up with Morning Aura. It’s a primer — I use it with powder — but it’s also great on its own as a skincare product.”
While the last two products she mentions might not be for everyone with price tags of $265 and $95 respectively, Beckham demonstrates that maintaining your skincare routine is manageable even while traveling.
And at $10, her preferred makeup remover is an affordable skincare staple that will help you land on vacation ready to snap some photos, even if no paparazzi are waiting for you.