Bring non-comedogenic toiletries
It does not take much contact with a pore-clogging product to cause a breakout and this does not just apply to the products you use on your face. Comedogenic toiletries like shampoo, conditioner and toothpaste can cause breakouts, even without coming into direct contact with your face. To avoid acne cosmetica, stay away from unknown hotel toiletries and bring your own acne-safe hair products, toothpaste, and even body wash if you suffer from body acne.
Bring your own pillowcases.
Hotels often use scented detergent and fabric softener to wash pillowcases which can exacerbate acne venenata, or contact acne, in acne-prone individuals. To avoid this type of acne that usually shows up on the side of your face that you sleep on, bring your pillowcases that have been washed with fragrance-free detergent and dried without fabric softener.
Stay consistent with your regimen.The late nights and relaxed attitude of vacation usually means skipping your skincare regimen or not even washing your face at all. If you come home late, try to perform your regimen as soon as you enter the door so you don’t get too comfortable and fall asleep. Also, be sure to apply sunscreen to your face and body in the mornings before starting the day to avoid sun damage.