Spring is a great time to travel, especially if you’re lucky enough to have a week off in late March or early April for Spring Break. Whether you’re planning a trip to a resort destination or a family trip to visit loved ones, it’s important to get your travel essentials in order ahead of time. Start by outlining your plans, so you’ll know what things you should pack and which things you can purchase on the fly. Here are some necessities to tuck in your bag, so you will look, feel, and smell great during your mini holiday this spring.
Airline travel makes getting to faraway destinations possible, but that recirculated cabin air can dry out your skin in just a few hours. Low humidity can reduce your skin’s moisture content, so rehydrate frequently by drinking extra water and apply hand cream during your flight. Carry a travel-sized tube of hand cream in your carry-on or pocket to keep your hands looking and feeling supple during the flight.
Sun Protection for All Modes of Travel
Before you pack your sunscreen in your checked luggage, consider how you’ll be traveling to your destination. If you’ll be flying, driving, or traveling on a bus or train with windows, you’ll want to keep your sunscreen handy. Glass may block the sun’s burning UVB rays, but UVA rays penetrate glass. It’s possible to be exposed to those rays while traveling, even at 30,000 feet, so slather on the sunscreen and protect your lips as well with a Moisturizing & Protective SPF Lip Balm. Ours contains lip plumping hyaluronic acid as well as jojoba oil, shea butter, and SPF 15 to prevent damage due to sun exposure.
Body Care Necessities Make a Hotel More Homey
Although it might’ve been safe to assume that personal care items would be provided at a resort or hotel in the past, you may want to pack your own to ensure you have what you need when you need it. Many of the amenities routinely stocked in hotel rooms have been replaced with one-time use versions, and getting them restocked in a timely manner might not be possible. From shampoo to body lotion and everything in between, travel-sized toiletries make the most of your limited packing space while giving you the creature comforts of home. And don’t forget the toothpaste! Finding a Rite Aid or Walgreens store near your glamping site might be harder than you think.
Enrich Your Experience with a New Scent
Since scent is closely tied to memory, why not try a new fragrance on your adventure? Acca Kappa parfums complement the natural fragrances found in spring fruits, bountiful blooms, sweet cherry blossom trees, and almond flowers. If you’ll be visiting family for an Easter celebration, try the Vaniglia Parfum or the bright citrusy Mandarin & Green Tea Unisex Parfum. Aside from the compliments you’re sure to receive, the fragrance will revive happy memories of past adventures in years to come.