When it comes to
your skin, are you a
or a spare-no-expense
type? Take our quiz
and find the travel-appropriate skin-care
product that’s just
right for you.
■ I’m most concerned about
protecting my skin from
UVA and UVB rays, but I’m
not opposed to an antioxidant here and there.
■ When purchasing skin-care
products, I look for “
hypo-allergenic,” “100% natural”
and “oversized tube.”
■ Whatever it is, it’s gotta be
■ I look for products that
promote cellular turnover.
■ I need a product that can reverse the damaging effects of
free radicals, and I prefer one
that has hexapeptides to minimize and prevent fine lines.
■ I’m just not the same without a
daily spritz of French rose petals
distilled in early-morning artesian well water.
If most of your answers are in column A, you should check out
Beyond Coastal’s line of all-natural, nourishing skin-care products,
suitable for the slopes, the shore and everywhere in between. All of
Beyond Coastal’s products are designed to protect your skin from wind,
cold and the damaging effects of the sun while nourishing it with es-
sential vitamins and natural ingredients such as aloe, shea butter, green
tea and rose hip oil. Shown here are the Active Daily Sunscreen SPF 15
($14.50, 4 oz.) and the All Natural Lip Balm SPF 15 with Z-Cote Protection ($5, 0.25 oz.). Visit beyondcoastal.com to find retailers.
Coco Chanel is
credited with starting the modern
affinity for tanning
when, in 1923, she
from a Mediterranean vacation
aboard the Duke of
If you find yourself in column B, you’ll want to get your
hands on Chantecaille’s luxurious Titanium Travel Kit, which con-
tains five top-of-the-line skin-care products designed to destress and
revitalize your skin—all in 15 ml. jars suitable for airline
travel and packed in an attractive metallic travel
bag. The kit ($290) includes Biodynamic Lifting
Cream, Biodynamic Lifting Mask, Stress Repair
Concentrate, Rose de Mai and Flower Infused
Cleansing Milk, and is available at Barney’s,
Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman.