Santiago de Compostela necessaire

on Feb 1, 2020 in Departure | No Comments

The weather is inclement at this time of year. Protect yourself and make hiking all about fun and freedom.

 

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Aquasource Dry Skin, Biotherm

This gel delivers intense and long-lasting hydration for plump and radiant looking skin. Infused with mannose, a patented hydrator and thermal life plankton, rich in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. A fresh and creamy texture formulated without parabens and mineral oil that melts on the skin to help awaken the senses every day.

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Biomains, Biotherm

Multi-performance treatment for hands that replenishes the skin’s protective barrier with moisture film and vitamin F. Regular use helps fight signs of aging and dark spots thanks to a sunblock (SPF 4) combined with an anti-free radical system. The formula, with d-panthenol, strengthens nails.

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Lipikar Baume, La Roche Posay

Balm that restores moisture and provides comfort and softness. Soothes irritated and dry skin. Contains Aqua Posae Filiformis, which restores balance and preserves the skin’s protective barrier. Adapted for babies, children and adults. Scent and parabens-free, it’s absorbed quickly and non-greasy. Use daily, all over the body.

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/// For HIM ///

Super Moisture Lotion, Clarins Men

Super-hydration and invisible protection against solar radiation. Strengthens male skin. Contains fortune flower extract, which activates natural hydration, and bison grass, with energising and soothing properties. The fluid texture is easily absorbed, leaving no traces. Apply daily to cleansed skin, face and neck.

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Hair & Body Shampoo, Clarins Men

The ideal product for the travelling man who likes to simplify his routine with a single product that neutralises the effects of limescale water. Contains pro-vitamin B5, which tones the epidermis, gently cleansing skin, tones hair, leaving it shiny and manageable.

 

by Helena Barradas

Arquivos

The ways of Santiago

A pilgrim is someone who crosses fields, abandons routines, vanities and intolerances, in search of peace and harmony. And there are many ways leading to Compostela. However, a long hike should be well planned and prepared for all kinds of weather. Above all, be physically fit and used to walking for several kilometres at a good pace. Exercise at least two months before. Essentials: a light, reasonably large backpack with a water bottle, paper tissues, energy bars, bananas (potassium is essential), hand cream, a comb, lip balm with solar protection, moisturising cream with sunscreen, a light cotton towel (quick-dry), and a first aid kit. Suitable clothes to be worn in layers: a t-shirt and longsleeved sweatshirt, a waterproof jacket with hood, waterproof trousers to wear over jeans or tracksuit bottoms, a hat, gloves, warm socks, and well-used waterproof boots. Warm and discreet pyjamas to sleep in hostel dormitories. A torch and walking sticks. We hope you find the joy and energy to move mountains! In the words of Pope Francis, “Our life is a path, when we stop, we don’t move forward”.

“Wanderer, there is no road, the road is made by walking.”

Antonio Machado, Spanish poet (1875-1939)

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