Iceland:Travel Toiletries and Must Have Makeup (Part I)♡Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Two more days until i set off on my trip to Iceland and although i'm excited, i feel like it has sprung upon me and i should have more time! Ahhhh!
Anyway, as the weather is very similar to England but is known to be hotter and cooler at random points, I had to cover all areas when it came to my toiletries and my makeup.
*Also, i have heard that the water there is amazing for your skin and the drinking water is pure and helps clear up spots and imperfections so i'm planning on coming back with super smooth skin! I packed beauty and makeup products that will enhance the natural wonders being done to my skin in the Blue Lagoon biothermal spa we are visiting and all the iceland water i will be in contact with.*
Let's start with my toiletries...
|This suncream is amazing and the smell reminds me of summer in America. It lasts for a whole day with little topping up needed and doesn't appear greasy. Taking this with me as i'm a redhead and catch the sun even when its not hot.|
|Well everyone needs a deodrant so this is self explanatory. I purchased a travel size so i can take it around with me to freshen up and i know that this sure deodrant is long lasting and gives ultimate protection. Oh and smells heavenly too!|
|Mini toothpaste is sooo cute! I love aquafresh as it tastes super minty and leaves my breathe fresh.|
|Muslin cloth: for my cleanse and polish and they also carry less bacteria than regular flannels|
Cotton Buds: for makeup imperfections
Pads: For my toner
|Lipbalm! In case my lips dry out or just to keep them soft. On the plane i will take a more nourishing burt's bees lipbalm but this body shop one is perfect for use in the hotel or out and about. It's also faintly tinted too!|
|I am taking a roll on perfume by Clinique but i couldn't resist throwing this in too. It has an amazing floral scent and as its a tester, it won't add any extra weight.|
|The Elemis bag i used for my toiletries. Perfect size and shape but does faintly remind me of a lunchbox. Hmm....|