by Boston Author Debbi K. Kickham
was recently featured in USA TODAY'S new travel magazine, Go Escape!
The Globetrotter's Get-Gorgeous Guide is the world's first beauty book for traveling women, and is a combination of Allure Magazine, Travel+Leisure Magazine, and Born To Shop! Get your copy on Amazon.com, where the book hit Number One in the "Honeymoon Travel Guide" category.
Deb can discuss:
- The Top 10 healthy snacks to travel with
- The Top 10 beauty items to travel with
- Travel Tips Mom never taught you
- Celebrity travel Tips
- Fabulously frugal money-saving travel tips
- Healthy hotels for travelers
- Top 10 Medical items to pack
SUPER SKINCARE TIPS WHEN TRAVELING, courtesy of The Globetrotter's Get-Gorgeous Guide:
Don't travel without Herban Essentials moist towelettes. You can use the calming lavender scent on your face when you want to get 40 winks on the plane. And when it's time to wake up, the orange towelettes are energizing and invigorating. www.herbanessentials.com
When traveling, always seek out indigenous skincare products made with local ingredients from their respective countries. Some to sample: Jurlique (Australia); Korres and Apivita (Greece); Babor (Germany); Pure Hapa (Hawaii); and Ahava (Israel).
Here's your passport to pretty: Take along Dior's Skin Flash Radiance Booster Pen. With one stroke it diminishes shadows, fine lines and imperfections, and you can wear it under or over makeup, for complexion perfection.
Taking pictures in your travels? For the best snapshots, use Dr. Brandt's Crease Release beforehand, to reduce wrinkles around your eyes. www.drbrandtskincare.com
Forget liquids when traveling! In your carry-on, bring Colorescience SPF 30 water-resistant sun protection powder. (www.colorescience.com).
To look your best, consider the Canadian brand G.M. Collin. I'm crazy for the Bio Organique line that uses 99% natural and certified organic ingredients, with no mineral oils, alcohol, parabens or silicone.
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PAN AM FLIES INTO YOUR TV SET THIS FALL!
Pan American World Airways, otherwise known as Pan Am, will be flying into your TV set later this year. I just saw the TV preview for a new show called Pan Am, a prime-time celebration of stewardess life in the 1960s. The show, as reported on AOL, will be based on the experiences of executive producer Nancy Hult Ganis, who was a flight attendant on the airline for seven years.