There’s no reason to scrimp on your beauty routine because you’re on the road. This spring's best products are luxuries worth packing.

By Jacqueline Gifford
Updated March 21, 2016
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Chanel's Sublimage La Crème is a medium-weight anti-aging favorite that's suitable for day and night in any climate, meaning you can bring it on a beach trip to Miami or a ski weekend in Aspen. $400

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Estée Lauder's Re-Nutriv Ultimate Diamond Revitalizing Mask Noir takes the DIY mask to luxurious new heights. The two-part ritual includes a dry brush, which is used to prep the skin, and a lightweight black mask with ingredients like purifying bamboo charcoal and rejuvenating Périgord truffle extract, which promote a youthful glow.

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Tuberose forms the core of Armani/ Privé's Rouge Malachite, a new fragrance named for Russia's famed stone. The floral scent is balanced by notes of pink peppercorn, orange blossom, ylang-ylang, and Arabian jasmine.

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For Hermès's Eau de Rhubarbe Écarlate cologne, perfumer Christine Nagel fo- cused on the rhubarb plant's tart, earthy notes. The result: a fragrance that's warm, subtle, and perfect for spring. From $129.

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The new formula of La Crème, Clé de Peau Beauté's cult-favorite moisturizer, is packed with more anti-aging ingredients than ever. It now contains pinecone extract, which prevents sagging; rosemary extract, which improves skin density; and satsuma extract, which fights fine lines and wrinkles.