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Adventure Trip Packing Tips

  • By Marie Reyes

Adventure Trip Packing Tips

The summer travel season, now in full swing, is the opportune time to give new beauty products a whirl. After all, a travel-size product is hardly a commitment. We’ve taken some advice from the New York Times and rounded up a cache of gems suitable for an adventure trip. Best of all, they’re already tested: They come highly recommended by an assortment of entrepreneurs and celebrities.

For the Adventure Trip

Soleil Toujours 100% Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30

“My face doesn’t usually like sunscreen, but with this one there’s no irritation. It goes on light and not waxy. It’s also so small and chic that I’ll actually keep in my bag and remember to reapply.” Pati Dubroff

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap in Lavender

“I’m going on an epic adventure this summer. My dad won a private trip down the entire Grand Canyon. So we’re doing two weeks of white-water rafting and hiking. I’m packing Dr. Bronner’s Castile soap. It’s biodegradable and multiuse. You can use it to wash your body, face or hair. Also a teeny bit goes a long way.” Elettra Wiedemann, author of “Impatient Foodie: 100 Delicious Recipes for a Hectic, Time-Starved World”

Native Deodorant in Grapefruit and Bergamot

“I like that this deodorant is natural and doesn’t have all the toxic ingredients, and it smells fresh and sweet.” Karolina Kurkova, model

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser

“This summer I’m headed to Capalbio in Tuscany to spend time with friends and see the beach before the craziness of the fall. For skin care, I love all things exfoliating. This Tata Harper cleanser has a perfect light exfoliation — it makes my skin soft — and is all natural.” Maxine Bédat

Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo

Dry shampoo is a no-brainer. Dirty hair, don’t care.” Whitney Casey

ThisWorks Stress Check Breathe In Rollerball

“I carry this in my bag. I think it really works. Who doesn’t need more sleep?” Jennifer Fisher


See more about Summer Vacation Packing by Bee Shapiro, of the New York Times
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