My travel skin care routine

One more beauty travel post before a photo diary from Czech Republic, wohooo! This one is about the key skin care products I packed with me -  it's definitely not an exhaustive list of products I'd normally use, it's more of a top 6 skin care items I knew I was going to need while holidayin' at my parents'. 

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish: I looked it up - the first blog post on Liz Earle I've ever posted was 3 years ago! And it is still a crucial item in my skin care routine - how crazy is that?! Read full review (from 3 years ago) here.
Dr Organic Rose Otto Skin Toner: One thing I really enjoy using is a rose water. Or any rose products, really. This is the first time I'm using a skin care product from Dr Organic actually - and so far so good. It does have quite a strong artificial rose scent to it but I don't mind that - the main thing is that it refreshes & tones my skin, which it certainly does.
Pukka Rosewater Spritz: I've had this toner for ages (probably shouldn't admit that, oops!) but it doesn't seem to be running out?! I use it all the time because it's so lovely and refreshing but dammit, the bottle is bottomless! Read full review here.
Yonka Creme 28: An absolutely brilliant and very rich face moisturiser. When you apply it it leaves quite a white cast on your face but that absorbs within a few minutes. It's great for both night & morning and I'd especially recommend this to anyone with very dry & dehydrated skin. Read full review here.
Nivea Cellular Anti-age Eye Cream: A fairly recent addition to my skin care routine which has quickly settled and might even need a repurchase soon! This eye cream is again - really rich and very calming on the skin around your eyes. It's the first one I've tried that doesn't sting or burn my eyes!
La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL SPF50+: This was probably the best Boots buy in ages - it was on offer for some £8-9 and I absolutely love it. Firstly, I've loved everything I've tried from La Roche-Posay and secondly - Athelios have been my go to sun screen for past God knows how many years. Their products are really high on SPF factor and don't leave horrible greasy film on your skin.

What's in your holiday skin care bag?

Social media icons