Tuesday, July 15, 2014

REN Skincare Travel Kit - Ideal for Weekend Breaks!

We had a squizz last week at my top ten beauty products to stash in your carry on bag. This week, we're looking at taking care of your skin, whether on a long haul flight or a short skip across the pond. REN Skincare have launched the ideal travel companion for your skin and at an ideal price too. 

€30 (for REN, I know!) will bag you everything your skin will need for a short break away and that everything includes: 

(Links to full products included for comparison)

Rosa Centifolia Cleansing Gel 

Rosa Centifolia Cleansing Gel by REN is a gentle cleanser, suitable for all skin types. Made with Aloe Vera & Rose, it's just what your skin needs after a long day schlepping to your destination.

Rosa Centifolia 3-in-1 Cleansing Water 

This rose infused facial cleansing water is alcohol and detergent free so won't strip your skin of essential moisture. Tough enough to remove your face of the day but you'll need a separate cleanser (oil based preferably) should you be sporting waterproof mascara on your hols.  

Daily Moisturising Cream

Cranberry, rose, zinc, copper, magnesium and Shea butter combine to make REN's Daily Moisturising Cream a treat for all skin types. Unctuous and soothing, it can be used both day and night. 

Omega 3 Optimum Skin Serum Oil – Night Serum

Just 2-3 drops of this Omega 3 rich serum is enough to treat your skin of an evening. Designed to combat skin stresses from pollution and free radicals, it's my favourite of this mini skin arsenal. 

Vita Mineral Active 7 Radiant Eye Gel

Keep this little eye saviour in your mini bar fridge to combat puffiness and dark circles after a night on the tiles or a long days sight seeing (or both). This luxe gel can be used either under or over your makeup so a quick freshen up midday is always an option too. 

You'll find the REN Skincare Travel Kit from all REN stockists this month. 

Tell us, do you pack your skincare regime when heading off on your hollibobs? Would something like this appeal to you? 

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