Pro beauty tips for easy travel

Long waits at the airport, dry airplane air, sleep and healthy-food deprivation—they've all made air travel a real beauty challenge. Here are frequent fliers' tips for looking (and feeling) fresh on arrival

By Joan Harting Barham

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Shelley Rozenwald, chief beauty adventurer at the Bay

Rozenwald, head of beauty at the Bay, and who spends 50 percent of her time away on business, has come up with a clever way to address the carry-on conundrum: “I cherish trial sizes and samples of my favourites.” These include Estée Lauder Re-Nutriv Ultimate Youth Creme and Re-Nutriv Revitalizing Comfort Creme.

Rozenwald recommends accumulating trial sample bottles and jars during stores’ gift-with-purchase and other promotions. “And when they’re empty, you can refill them from a full-size jar. You just have to be careful not to use your fingers in the transfer process.” To avoid bacterial growth, Rozenwald advises using a fresh cotton swab or a spoon sterilized in boiling water.

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