Skin Care Must-Haves for Camping

Camping when you have dry, sensitive skin means that you have to consider your camping skin care more carefully than those with other skin types do. Having dry, sensitive skin means you can’t ignore your skin’s needs for days at a time and have it remain comfortable and healthy-looking.

This problem is very evident when you’re spending time out in nature for days at a time. Camping is a popular summertime activity, and why shouldn’t it be when it’s a fun, relaxing, and invigorating activity? But if you have to pack an entire suitcase full of skin care products, camping can also be annoying.

Luckily, with ATOPALM, you can whittle your skin care regimen down to the bare minimum and keep your skin happy and healthy during your summer camping trips. Here’s a look at just a handful of our favorite travel-friendly products that will maintain your skin’s health and happiness without requiring extra trunk space.

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Real Barrier Aqua Soothing Gel Cream is the perfect summertime moisturizer. It’s lighter-weight than some of the other ATOPALM moisturizers, but still delivers intense hydration with MLE and five different forms of hyaluronic acid.

In addition, Aqua Soothing Gel Cream cools on contact and provides relief from common summer skin issues, such as dehydration, sunburn, and even rosacea flareups.


CicaCreamReal Barrier Cicarelief Cream is the perfect treatment product for camping-related ailments, including bug bites, rashes caused by poison oak or poison ivy, and breakouts for acne-prone skin. It reduces redness, inflammation and itching with calamine, and helps prevent flaking and cracking with MLE.




Real Barrier Cleansing Water is a must-have for any summertime travel! It cleans skin without the need for water, which means it can be used anytime, anywhere. This also means that it’s perfect for skin that’s stressed by certain water conditions, or is prone to over-drying during cleansing.

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