The Most Important Holiday Beauty Essentials

There is so much planning that goes into booking and then going on an annual holiday, and it’s all rather exciting. [...]

There is so much planning that goes into booking and then going on an annual holiday, and it’s all rather exciting. From choosing your holiday destination to buying new beachwear there’s plenty to organise, including your holiday beauty essentials.

If you’re struggling to know what to take from a beauty perspective, worry no more as the guide below will help you compile a list of everyday essentials.

We’ve put everything into a specific category for your trip, and our first beauty category is pre-travel essentials – the products you need before you go. The second category is all about beauty essentials while on holiday – the main daily necessities. The third and final category is after sun beauty must-haves so that your skin stays happy and healthy.

Pre-Travel Beauty Essentials

Sugar Coated, Leg Hair Removal Kit

100% natural sugar waxing formula is made with just 3 ingredients – pure sugar syrup, water, and rosehip oil. It’s kind on the skin and result last between 4-6 weeks. The kit comes with sugar wax, reusable, washable strips, and applicators. £11.99 from Sugar Coated.

Crazy Angel, Gradual Tan

The perfect pre-holiday prep with this natural gradual tanning moisturiser. It contains shea butter to soothe and hydrate the skin, laving it looking fresh and slightly tanned. £12.00 from Crazy Angel.

Beauty Essentials While On Holiday

Arbonne, FunSun Mineral Sunscreen Lotion Broad Spectrum (SPF30)

Formulated with latest technological advancement of Zinc Oxide to help prevent against UVA (skin ageing rays) and UVB (burning rays), so you can enjoy your time under the sun or underwater. Equally, it doesn’t include chemical UV filters. £32.00 from Arbonne.

Sann Beauty, Nourish + Care Solid Organic Lip Serum

This solid serum is packed with goodness. Key ingredients include cocoa butter, liquorice leaf extract, meadowfoam seed oil, cannabis sativa seed oil, and dipalmitoyl hydroxyproline. Leaves the lips feeling moisturised, soft, and nourished. £22.00 from Sann Beauty.

The Jojoba Company, Essentials Minis Travel Skincare

A complete morning and evening collection of skincare products for your every need. Includes bead cleanser (20ml), water toning mist (15ml), Australian Jojoba (15ml), hydrating peptide day cream (20ml), and overnight renewal cream (20ml). £22.50 from The Jojoba Company.

More Beauty Essentials While On Holiday

Faith in Nature, Body Wash Travel Set

Three travel-sized bottles, including coconut body wash, grapefruit and orange body wash, plus lavender and geranium body wash. £5.00 (3 x 100ml) from Faith in Nature.

Maria Nila, Structure Repair Beauty Bag for Hair

This consists of a full-sized set and a travel-sized set of shampoo and conditioner, one to leave at home and one to take on holiday. They revitalise, nourish, strengthen, soften, and repair. It smells of vanilla, rose and jasmine. £45 from Maria Nila.

Tiffany & Co, Rose Gold EDP

Rose Gold EDP is a stunning holiday scent. Fruity blackcurrant, pink pepper, lychee, blue rose accord, Japanese rose, and ambrette seed with deep musk and iris brings this unique floral, warm fragrance together. £12 (8ml), £56.50 (30ml), £78.50 (50ml), £103.50 (75ml), from The Fragrance Shop.

After Sun Skincare Must-Haves

Germaine De Capuccini, Timexpert Sun, After Sun Facial Repair Treatment

This is a repairing face cream for after sun exposure. It soothes, refreshes, moisturises and leaves the skin feeling supple. It contains Canadian willow extract, which is an anti-oxidant that helps reduce redness on the skin. £50.40 from Germaine De Capuccini.

RINGANA, Fresh After Sun

A wonderfully soothing after sun milk that is light on the skin, moisturises, and boosts the tan. Ideal for a day after being in the sun, and your skin will thank you for it. £25.80 from Ringana.

We hope you’ve enjoyed finding out about The Most Important Holiday Beauty Essentials with House of Coco Magazine.

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