Get away with discomfort: the best beauty routine for travel lovers

Get away with discomfort: the best beauty routine for travel lovers

On a long journey, it is important not to forget to maintain health. Normally, we want to relax, worry a little less about beauty treatments and vitamins. But on vacation, our bodies can be as stressed as they are in the bustling megapolis. Frequent flights, jet lag, lack of sleep, sun and the aftermath of night parties... In one way or another, the failures in the body are reflected in the appearance. understands this. For this reason, we have put together a shortlist of must-have beauty products that you can keep in your bag every time you think about taking another trip. So wherever you are, whatever you do, these essentials are here to help you look fabulous. Always.

If you are new to supplements, it is easy to consider them as another chore to remember on an already busy day. But once you start, a feeling you can't put your finger on takes over your body, and you remember what it feels like to feel good. The cold you normally get every year doesn't appear, the bad back you had after a long flight doesn't niggle anymore, and you wake up with real, non-caffeine-induced energy. Holidays are the perfect time to introduce vitamins into your routine, as there’s a bit more time in the day to look after yourself.

Luxury spa and wellness destination Clinique La Prairie has launched Holistic Health — a range of supplements to give the benefit of Clinique La Prairie's medical expertise, outside the clinic. Balance comprises two vitamins: Essential Wellbeing (taken in the morning) provides the nutrients we need for daily wellbeing and lowers stress levels. Rest & Reset (taken at night) has sleep and relaxation ingredients, plus patented Bluenesse, known to boost mental clarity.

Studies suggest that one fifth of all plane passengers are likely to catch a cold within about five days of traveling, so you need vitamin C in its most powerful form to fight infection. Zooki Liposomal Vitamin C is the fastest and easiest way for the body to absorb 1000mg. Take two punches daily when traveling.   

Lion's Mane extract has been used for centuries by Buddhist monks to aid their meditative practices. This powerful mushroom boosts cognitive function and brain health, and strengthens the nervous system. Perfect for those who need to focus while jet lagged, and great for clearing brain fog.

Your body needs vitamin D to absorb calcium for good bone health. Deficiency has also been linked to breast, colon, and prostate cancer, as well as heart disease and depression. In the winter months, and if you're not traveling to somewhere sunny, vitamin D is important. This spray formula makes it super easy to take, as well as being portable.

If you're a good sleeper, you're blessed, as it’s the healthiest thing we can do for our body — it's when we recover, heal and fight off illness. If you’re traveling to a different time zone or sleep doesn't come as easily as you’d like, try introducing a supplement containing L-theanine and L-tryptophan, which boosts serotonin and melatonin, and is a brilliant way to coax your body into a good sleeping rhythm. The added lemon balm and magnesium in this blend switch off inner noise.

It's very difficult to receive all the nutrients we need from food alone, especially for eating mackerel and sardines, which are one of the few foods that deliver high doses of omega-3. These fatty acids are essential to keep the heart, brain and eyes healthy.

Usually, skin and hair always take a battering on holiday, however much we look after them. Saltwater, chlorine, sunbathing and dry cabin air aren't the best combination, so I like to treat them inside and out. As we age, we lose collagen, and although every great skincare cream promises to give it back to us, taking it orally is a tremendous boost. You’ll see the extra plumpness in skin tone and texture, and nails and hair grow like weeds.

A healthy gut allows you to break down and absorb nutrients from food and get rid of toxins, viruses and bad bacteria. Intestinal flora is paramount to keeping it healthy. Choose Body Biotics, which contain live good bacteria, to aid digestion, balance out those bad bacteria and boost the immune system. You'll also benefit if you have acne, irritable bowel syndrome, or urinary or yeast infections. We all indulge more than usual on holiday — and so we should — but we counterbalance this with the three ingredients the body needs to debloat and detoxify: milk thistle, fennel seed and turmeric. They support the liver, enabling it to recover quickly from one too many cocktails.

Glucosamine is a natural sugar that exists in the fluid around the joints and plays a vital role in building and repairing cartilage. As we age, cartilage becomes less flexible and breaks down. These tablets are invaluable for those with arthritis, pain and inflammation of the joints, and recovering from an injury.

If you only ever take one supplement, it should probably be Lyma, founded by ex-journalist Lucy Goff in 2018 after experiencing a tough labor that left her with septicemia. This is the most advanced all-in-one supplement on the market to supercharge health and prevent and treat conditions, including KSM-66 Ashwagandha to calm physical, mental and hormonal balance, Cognizin to enhance cognitive function, Cynatine HNS for beauty, Vitamin D3 to support immunity, muscle health and calcium absorption, and many more beneficial nutrients.

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