Top Grooming Expert Shares Her Favorite Tips to Stay Sharp and Avoid the
'Red Eye' Aftermath
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y., July 10 /PRNewswire/ -- For today's travelers, baggage fees, overcrowded planes and delayed flights are becoming the norm. As a result, people are trying to get the most out of their carry-on bag, which can prove to be difficult thanks to TSA liquid restrictions, says Gita Bass, a beauty and grooming expert who has worked with celebrities like Heidi Klum, Ryan Reynolds, Keira Knightly and Taye Diggs.
"You don't need to sacrifice your grooming regimen just because you can't carry all of your every day products on with you," says Bass, a consultant for Rohto eye drops. "There are a lot of great tricks and carry-on permitted alternatives that can keep you looking and feeling your best on the road."
Bass offers her tips to keep you from looking disheveled when you need to look sharp:
-- "Whiten" Up: The same pressurized air that dries out your skin will also zap the moisture from your eyes, causing them to become irritated and bloodshot. A tiny bottle of eye drops will keep you in the clear. "A long flight will have your eyes screaming for relief," Bass says. "Rohto eye drops lubricate and soothe your eyes." Rohto eye drops, http://www.cool4eyes.com, come in a travel-friendly .4-ounce bottle that is allowed on airplanes.
-- Prepare for Flight: "Airplane cabins are probably drier than a desert, and the low humidity can really dry you out," says Bass. "Drink a lot of water before, during and after the flight, avoiding alcoholic or salty beverages and snacks, like tomato juice or peanuts, which can dehydrate the body further, particularly your skin and eyes."
-- Hydrate your Skin: Pack a teeny-tiny bottle of unscented moisturizer
to slather on your face post flight, Bass advises. "If you aren't one to
lather on the cream, at the very
|SOURCE Rohto eye drops|
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