Ten Beauty Essentials to Slip in to Your Suitcase

This year, the focus is on traveling light. We’re over luggage weighing more than we do in beauty products. On vacation, we’re investing in travel size formats. Practical for flying without getting half of your vanity confiscated, L’Occitane mini formats will save your summer. And your beauty routine! Here’s the proof in 10 essentials.
Clémentine Fitaire

A Body Lotion: Used after showering, to repair our skin from bursts of heat and dryness. It’s quite simply impossible to do without.

Shower Gel: Because you can never be sure that when you reach your destination there’ll be something to allow you to take a decent shower, never leave home without your lavender scented shower gel!

A Repairing Conditioner: Careful, on vacation, your hair can suffer from exposure to the sun. So take care to nourish it as often as possible.

A Pillow Mist: To promote a peaceful sleep, spray it on your pillow before taking a nap somewhere cool.

A Hand Cream: A moisturized and beautiful pair of hands for all. Its pocket size slips easily in to any suitcase.

A Foot Cream: We spend summer in sandals, so we may as well take care of our toes! With a good cream, they stay immaculate. Especially after a day’s trekking.

An Eau de Toilette: The practical solution for smelling good in any situation. Choose the lavender or rose fragrance for a failsafe summer effect.

Hand Purifying Gel: To be sure to have clean hands (and so not fall sick in summer), use your own cleansing hand gel before each meal.

>Soap: Perfect for every zone of the body, soap remains the number one beauty product to take with you.

A Treatment Shampoo: The perfect solution? Choose essential oils for radiant hair.

Ten Beauty Essentials to Slip in to Your Suitcase
Ten Beauty Essentials to Slip in to Your Suitcase
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